Nutter Butter S’mores Ice Cream
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Where this ice cream came from 🙂
Here's where it started: S'mores Week at Cookies and Cups.
She hosted a S'mores recipe link party (genius!) that week, so I made Nutella S'mores Crepes, and drum roll, please……… Nutter Butter S'mores.
Oh. Em. Gee. Those Nutter Butter S'mores.
Possibly the simplest dessert I've ever posted, but definitely one of the best.
I consider myself a S'mores enthusiast (note: my S'mores Pin Board),
and eating a S'mores that good really stuck in my brain.
Fast forward a few weeks: my friends start busting out ice cream recipes all over the place.
Like Dorothy's Butter Pecan Pie Ice Cream, Hayley's Snickerdoodle Ice Cream, and Jocelyn's Kit Kat Marshmallow Ice Cream!
(And those aren't shameless plugs, BTW– I've really been obsessing over those recipes all week!)
And I don't know how it happened, but somehow the Nutter Butter S'mores and the two-ingredient Ice Cream recipes came together in my head, and all of a sudden it was in my freezer.
I've made the two-ingredient ice cream before, and my husband's not a fan.
(I know. What kind of monster did I marry?
Whipped Cream and Sweetened Condensed milk?? C'mon!)
However, you should know: he gave this recipe a big thumbs up.
That's money right there, folks.
Nutter Butter S'mores Ice Cream
- 2 – Cool Whip, 8 oz.
- 1 can Sweetened Condensed Milk
- 2/3 c. Hershey's Milk Chocolate bars, broken up
- 8 Nutter Butter Cookies, divided
- 1/3 c. Marshmallow Cream
- Whisk together the cool whip and the sweetened condensed milk.
- Fold in the chocolate and 6 crushed Nutter Butters.
- Fold in the marshmallow cream– this can be a little tricky. I sort of “chopped” it in, using a firm rubber spatula.
- Crumble the remaining 2 Nutter Butters in your hands (you want chunks, so don't crumble them so much that they're “crushed”) and fold in with rubber spatula.
- Spread in a freezer-safe container, cover, and freeze for at least 6 hours.
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