Strawberry Cheesecake Easy Ice Cream
If you’re a fan of 2-ingredient ice cream, you’re going to looooooove this. And even if you’re not, I think you’ll want to give this recipe a try.
For starters, the cheesecake ice cream “base” is unreal. The most common way of making 2-ingredient ice cream involves mixing together a can of sweetened condensed milk and 2 cups of whipped cream (or, for us lazies, cool whip). To create a (spot on, by the way) cheesecake taste, I also added cream cheese, butter, lemon juice, and vanilla.
I wanted to create a graham cracker crust swirl, obviously. But, it seems, graham crackers no longer reside in my pantry. Fortunately, Golden Oreos do.
Oh. yes. I. did.
Instead of grahams, there is a fabulous swirl of Golden Oreo crust in the Cheesecake ice cream. And it only gets better from here…
The coup de grâce to this whole ice cream scene is Lucky Leaf Strawberry Pie Filling. And ohmygosh, ittastessooooooooogoooood!
Seriously. And it’s ridiculously compatible with ice cream. ….like, maybe even more so than with pie.
Yeah. I went there.
But really– that strawberry pie filling is the perfect consistency to freeze. It doesn’t get all ice-y (like my homemade sauce would if it were frozen in ice cream). Instead, it’s still a perfectly decadent and gooey consistency when frozen. So you won’t be chipping away at it with the ice cream scoop, and it’s not breaking any teeth when you try to eat it. Plus– since it’s canned, it’s already at room temperature, so it’s ready to go into the ice cream when you’re ready for it to go in!
Moral of the story: if you’re looking for a creamy and decadent ice cream to serve up to all of your sweeties this Valentine’s day (or any day!), this is it ♥.
Notes about this Recipe:
- Don’t over mix, don’t over mix, don’t over mix!
- You could substitute graham crackers for the Oreos, but I don’t have a measurement to suggest. Just eyeball it– a little too much or too little won’t ruin it at all.
My friends over at Lucky Leaf, who so generously provided me with samples of their pie fillings (and super cute baking-ware) to play with, want to send you some cute and yummy stuff too (shown below)!
Simply leave a comment below to enter to win! I’ll choose a winner at random on February 28, 10pm.
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