Easy Key Lime Pie Ice Cream & Push Pops

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Easy Key Lime Pie Ice Cream (no machine required!)

I have such mega spring-time fever right now! We had our first glimpse of a really beautiful, sunny, spring time day while we were visiting my parents in NC this weekend, and I just can’t wait! Funny thing is, I sometimes have problems creating really great spring-time treat recipes. I’m such a fall and winter dessert maker; I do really well with chocolate, peppermint, caramel, peanut butter, pumpkin, and all of those other deep, dark, rich flavors. Light and spring-like is typically a bit of a challenge for me.

Which is why I am so in love with Duncan Hines Frosting Creations! Their limited time spring line-up of flavors is absolutely incredible! And so easy to incorporate into lots of really fun and creative recipes!

Duncan Hines has new spring time flavors for a limited time! #duncanhines

Of course, the simplest way to use Duncan Hines Frosting Creations is to make… well, frosting! Simply open a pack and pour it into the Frosting Creations Frosting Starter!

#duncanhines

But let’s say you want to venture outside the box a bit… like, maybe make some ice cream with your flavor packets? I’ve seen lots of recipes floating around out there using these flavor packets, but I can personally vouch for the ice cream. It. is. stupendous!

Just like the last time I made ice cream, I was out of graham crackers (because we all like a little crust in our ice cream, right?). So, like last time, I substituted Golden Oreos, and I can’t say I regret it. It was a fabulous pairing, and I’m doubting the necessity of an actual graham cracker crust for anything else ever again!

Is it spring time yet?? This suuuper easy Key #Lime Pie Ice Cream is getting devoured at our house! Welcome in the spring time with this yummy, no machine needed recipe! #duncanhines somethingswanky.com

And let’s say you’re looking to venture out of the box even more… how about Key Lime Pie Push Pops?? These are so easy to make! Simply spoon or pipe the ice cream batter into the holders and freeze! I set mine on the wire rack in the freezer so they didn’t have to lay sideways. It worked perfectly! This is also a great way to portion out that ice cream into single servings (otherwise, you’ll eat the entire batch, trust me).

Is it spring time yet?? This suuuper easy Key #Lime Pie Ice Cream is getting devoured at our house! Welcome in the spring time with this yummy, no machine needed recipe! #duncanhines somethingswanky.com

Key Lime Pie Ice Cream & Push Pops + a Swee Treats Duncan Hines giveaway!

Key Lime Pie Ice Cream & Push Pops + a Swee Treats Duncan Hines giveaway!

Ingredients

  • 2 - 8 oz Cool Whip
  • 1 - 14 oz can Sweetened Condensed Milk
  • 1 Duncan Hines Key Lime Pie Flavor Packet
  • 15 Golden Oreos, finely crushed
  • 1/4 cup chopped pecans
  • pinch of cinnamon
  • pinch of salt

Instructions

  1. In a large bowl, whisk together the cool whip, sweetened condensed milk, flavor packet, cinnamon, and salt.
  2. Use a large rubber spatula to fold in the golden oreos, only stirring 2-3 rotations. Scrape the batter into a loaf pan. Sprinkle the pecans on top. Cover and let freeze for 4-6 hours at least.
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25 thoughts on “Easy Key Lime Pie Ice Cream & Push Pops”

  1. And no ice cream maker required! Ice cream is my next big cooking project, and I love finding ice-cream-maker-free recipes to dip my toes in the water.
    Looks tasty! And the graham crackers are a killer idea.

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  2. My taste buds are freaking out right now! Too bad I am lactose intollerant. I wish I could find a way to make it lactose free! I’ll have to experiment with that, aye?!

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  3. I could have sworn I commented, so sorry if a double appears. LOVE Key lime and push pops were a very special treaat when I was little so heck yes I need these!

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  4. What is the quantity that the cookies equate to in order to swap out for crushed graham crackers (1 cup, 1 and a 1/2 cups, etc…how much)?  I don’t want to buy cookies and crush them up just to find out.  If I make this I’m going to use whipped heavy cream that I lightly sweetened with powdered sugar.  I’m not a fan of cool whip, powdered coffee creamers or liquid coffee creamers (I’m not a big health fanatic but know these are bad for the body).  I’d like to read a review from someone who actually tried this recipe instead of all the comments about how yummy it sounds.  Anyone?? lol 

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