Cookies and Cream Ice Cream

"No ice cream maker required! My friend Angela taught me how to make this recipe. It's so easy, it's hard to believe that 5 ingredients will give you a deliciously creamy ice cream! No need to buy it from the store anymore! For best results when whipping the cream, remember to use a cold bowl and cold beaters!"
Cookies and Cream Ice Cream created by Chef Jean
Ready In:
12 cups




  • Whip the heavy whipping cream in a medium bowl, then fold crushed Oreos into the cream.
  • Mix remaining ingredients in a large bowl, then fold in the whipped cream and Oreos.
  • Pour into a 12-cup container (or divide among smaller containers). Freeze overnight or until firm.

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  1. Janecooksswell
    Oh my goodness! This ice cream is amazing! So delicious! I have made my fair share of ice cream using custard bases and an ice cream maker - this a game changer. I will continue to play around with the flavors (a little sweet for me) and try to heat the egg yolks to take away the worry of eating raw eggs, but even as is, this recipe is a winner!
  2. Chef Jean
    Cookies and Cream Ice Cream Created by Chef Jean
  3. Chef Jean
    This ice cream turned out better than I could have imagined! I thought that the vanilla migth have been too much, but once it was completely frozen the flavors were just right. I still can't get over the texture, just wonderful! I used Girl Scout Thin Mints as the cookie which was super yummy! Made for PAC Sprng '11
  4. Noo8820
    Pale are officially my new best friend..especially as my former best pals (Ben and Jerry) don't seem to be available over here...and I miss them terribly.<br/>This ice cream really is Deantini, we couldn't wait for it to freeze, so we were also scraping some of the almost frozen ice cream from the just can't help it.<br/>It's smooth, creamy but not overly sweet, and the oreos work a treat in it.<br/>The kids ( four and six) absolutely loved it, and actually licked the bowls clean, whilst discussing what else we could put into the mixture. <br/>DH also gave it the big thumbs I would say that this was a HUGE hit. I would even go as far as to say that it's the best ice cream I've had, since my last tub of Ben and Jerry's. Not only that, it was an absolute cinch to make...a real no effort, maximum enjoyment recipe!<br/>This is a real gem of a recipe, and I'm so delighted that you shared it...THANK YOU!!!<br/>Made for PRMR.
  5. Deantini
    OMG - this is just incredible!!!! My kids (and I) couldn't wait for the whole thing to freeze so we had a taste of the almost frozen ice cream along the side of the container - and it was just eye-roll-back delicious!!! The sweetened condensed cans in Canada comes as 300 g instead of 397 g so this is what I added. I probably got a bit of a smaller yield and not as sweet BUT I wouldn't change a darn thing!! I have a strong feeling I will be making this for sleep overs, birthdays or any other day. On top of it I seriously took me no more than 5 min to prepare. I smashed the cookies (I used chocolate wafers) while whipping the cream. Next time I might also add some grated chocolate or chocolate chunks - maybe I will even open an ice cream store! :) Thanks for sharing this winner!



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