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So, things changed in the Murray world quite a bit since the COVID-19 pandemic. You know, things like online learning (a.ka. home schooling) for the older two kiddies, running after and entertaining a 2 year old, preparing for a 4th bundle. This said, I am taking a break from ‘done for you’ and custom desserts until the fall. Joining the mailing list so you can be in the know about what’s coming soon. HINT; bougie decadence delivered to your front door. Yasss!

PEANUT BUTTER CHOCOLATE CHUNK NO CHURN ICE CREAM
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PEANUT BUTTER CHOCOLATE CHUNK NO CHURN ICE CREAM

With just a few ingredients, you too can experience the decadence that is this Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk N0 Churn Ice Cream; so get excited!.  Peanut butter pairs together with chocolate like white on rice.  Sorry, I couldn’t help myself.  I think they are the power couple of all ingredients.  Rich chocolate meets nutty peanut butter.  What’s better?  Harry Burnett did a good thing.  

I absolutely love making no churn ice cream with my kiddies.  They get to add whatever toppings they choose, we don’t have to fuss around an ice cream machine and our yumminess is ready in less time than it takes to make churned ice cream.  

NO ICE CREAM MACHINE NECESSARY!

So, what’s ‘no churn” ice cream?  It’s ice cream made without an ice cream maker.  An ice cream maker is what churns the custard and prevents large ice crystals from forming.  With this said, let’s not sleep on the ‘no churn’ ice cream.  This particular recipe is super duper creamy and delish!  Why?  We whip the heavy cream until it is light and airy resulting in one of the best no churn ice creams I’ve ever had. 

If you are feeling super creative and want to swap out the chocolate chunks and peanut butter for whatever other toppings you choose, go right ahead!  In fact, PLEASE DO!

HOW TO MAKE
PEANUT BUTTER CHOCOLATE CHUNK NO CHURN ICE CREAM

Yields8 Servings
Prep Time15 minsTotal Time6 hrs 15 mins
 2 cups Heavy Cream (35%)
 1 (14 oz) can sweetened condensed milk
 ½ cup dolce de leche; divided
 1 tsp vanilla extract
 1 cup chocolate chunks (I used dark chocolate); reserve some for the topping
 ½ cup peanut butter (smooth or chunky)
1

Line a 9x5 loaf pan with parchment paper with overhang; set aside.

2

Whip heavy cream on high speed until stiff peaks form.

3

Gently fold in condensed milk and ¼ cup of dolce de leche; mix in vanilla extract

4

Gently fold in peanut 1/4 cups butter and most of the chocolate.

5

Pour ⅓ of the cream mixture into the oaf pan, drizzle with 1/3 of the remaining dolce de leche and repeat twice more.

6

Using a butter knife, cut through cream mixture in a swirling motion (this will give your ice cream a marble effect).

7

Top cream mixture with chocolate chunks and freeze for at least 6 hours or overnight.

Ingredients

 2 cups Heavy Cream (35%)
 1 (14 oz) can sweetened condensed milk
 ½ cup dolce de leche; divided
 1 tsp vanilla extract
 1 cup chocolate chunks (I used dark chocolate); reserve some for the topping
 ½ cup peanut butter (smooth or chunky)

Directions

1

Line a 9x5 loaf pan with parchment paper with overhang; set aside.

2

Whip heavy cream on high speed until stiff peaks form.

3

Gently fold in condensed milk and ¼ cup of dolce de leche; mix in vanilla extract

4

Gently fold in peanut 1/4 cups butter and most of the chocolate.

5

Pour ⅓ of the cream mixture into the oaf pan, drizzle with 1/3 of the remaining dolce de leche and repeat twice more.

6

Using a butter knife, cut through cream mixture in a swirling motion (this will give your ice cream a marble effect).

7

Top cream mixture with chocolate chunks and freeze for at least 6 hours or overnight.

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk No Churn Ice Cream

RECIPE NOTES: 

-If you prefer using peanuts rather than peanut butter; go right ahead and use as much as you desire. 

-I used dolce de leche that came in the same size can as the condensed milk.

-leave loaf pan on counter for a few mins prior to scooping.

-Dipping your ice cream scoop into hot water helps with getting picture worthy scoops. 

If you make this recipe, please remember to snap and share on Instagram with #franmurrayco so we can see your bougie looking and yummy results! Have questions or wanna chat? Leave a comment.

Frances Murray
chezfrandesserts@gmail.com
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