nutella swirl toffee no-churn ice-cream

How I love no-churn ice-creams!

Ever since I discovered how easy these are to make, I have not bought a single tub of ice-cream from the store! 

There are so many types of ice-cream one can make, and today I am sharing a recipe for a Nutella Swirl No-Churn Ice-Cream with bits of caramel toffee chocolate. Sounds like heaven in a bite? It was!

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Luscious vanilla ice-cream, layered with swirls of decadent Nutella and delicious toffee chocolate, and drenched with butterscotch sauce.

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My kids adore this ice-cream. 

So does their Mommy, actually!

Let me show you how to make this.

In a mixing bowl, beat together condensed milk and vanilla extract until well-blended.

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In a bowl of a mixer, whisk the cream until stiff peaks form. Do not over-beat. If you over-beat cream, you have to throw it out and start all over again.

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Transfer 1/4 of the cream into the condensed milk mixture. Beat it in.

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Gently fold the remaining meringue into the condensed milk mixture in 2 batches, until the mixture becomes homogeneous.

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Pour 1/3 of this mixture into your ice-cream container. Drizzle half the Nutella on the ice-cream, and scatter 1/2 of the chopped chocolate on top. 

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Pour another 1/3 of the ice-cream mixture onto this, then drizzle the remaining Nutella and scatter the remaining chocolate.

Finally pour the remaining ice-cream mixture on top.

Take a spatula and draw a few ‘S’ in the ice-cream to create swirls.

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Cover, and chill this for at least 4 hours in the freezer, preferably over-night.

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Enjoy!

NOTE: If you prefer the ice-cream to be less sweet, by all means reduce the amount of condensed milk. The original recipe called for 430ml of condensed milk. I reduced it to 226ml, which I am happy with. If you still think that is too sweet, then by all means reduce it again. I am not sure by how much one can actually reduce the condensed milk, so there is only one way to find out – try! Also, please do not ask me if this ice-cream (or any bakes) is going to be too sweet for you. It puzzles me when people ask me that – do you know how sweet I like my food? How would I be able to tell how sweet you like yours? You have to try making something at least once, eat it, then judge for yourself if  the amount of sugar needs to be reduced!

Nutella Swirl Toffee No-Churn Ice-Cream
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Ingredients
  1. 8oz (226g) condensed milk
  2. 1/2 tablespoon (7.5ml) vanilla extract
  3. 16oz (473ml) heavy cream
  4. 1/2 cup (140g) Nutella
  5. 1/2 bar (100g) chocolate-covered toffee - I used Cadbury Caramello
Instructions
  1. In a mixing bowl, beat together condensed milk and vanilla extract until well-blended.
  2. In a bowl of a mixer, whisk the cream until stiff peaks form. Do not over-beat. If you over-beat cream, you have to throw it out and start all over again.
  3. Transfer 1/4 of the cream into the condensed milk mixture. Beat it in.
  4. Gently fold the remaining meringue into the condensed milk mixture in 2 batches, until the mixture becomes homogeneous.
  5. Pour 1/3 of this mixture into your ice-cream container. Drizzle half the Nutella on the ice-cream, and scatter 1/2 of the chopped chocolate on top.
  6. Pour another 1/3 of the ice-cream mixture onto this, then drizzle the remaining Nutella and scatter the remaining chocolate.
  7. Finally pour the remaining ice-cream mixture on top.
  8. Take a spatula and draw a few ā€˜Sā€™ in the ice-cream to create swirls.
  9. Cover, and chill this for at least 4 hours in the freezer, preferably over-night.
Notes
  1. To serve, allow the ice-cream to sit on the kitchen counter top for 5-10 minutes before scooping.
  2. If you prefer the ice-cream to be less sweet, by all means reduce the amount of condensed milk. The original recipe called for 430ml of condensed milk. I reduced it to 226ml, which I am happy with. If you still think that is too sweet, then by all means reduce it again. I am not sure by how much one can actually reduce the condensed milk, so there is only one way to find out - try! Also, please do not ask me if this ice-cream (or any bakes) is going to be too sweet for you. It puzzles me when people ask me that - do you know how sweet I like my food? How would I be able to tell how sweet you like yours? You have to try making something at least once, eat it, then judge for yourself if the amount of sugar needs to be reduced!
Adapted from Cupcakes & Kale Chips
Adapted from Cupcakes & Kale Chips
The Domestic Goddess Wannabe http://thedomesticgoddesswannabe.com/




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