Monday, July 15, 2019

Blackberry No-Churn Ice Cream

We are nearing 100 degrees and today I'm cooling off with an easy recipe for ice cream.  I have an ice cream maker that I like to use with the kids, but I've been wanting to try these no-churn varieties.  Blackberries were on sale, and I saw this recipe and knew I had to make it.  What better way to use my blackberry teacup than to enjoy some blackberry ice cream on a hot summer day.
My little lady vase never fails to cheer me with some pretty flowers from my garden.
This row of daisies was started with three plants, probably over 15 years ago.  I keep dividing them and spreading them.



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Blackberry No-Churn Ice Cream

There is no excuse not to make ice cream with these simple, no-churn recipes! Oh my goodness, is this ice cream so rich and creamy, and there are only four ingredients. Please try this easy ice cream with whatever fruit you would like.

ingredients:

  • 2 cups blackberries, or berries of your choice
  • 2 cups heavy cream
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla

instructions:

  1. Chop up the blackberries.  You can use a food chopper, or just smash them with a potato masher or a pastry blender.
  2. Beat the heavy cream with an electric mixer until stiff peaks form. 
  3. Add the sweetened condensed milk, vanilla  and the chopped blackberries.  Beat again until well combined.
  4. Spoon into a freezer safe container with a lid, and freeze for 5-6 hours or overnight.  Enjoy!
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30 comments:

  1. It's definitely ice cream weather here Kitty! Your blackberry no-churn ice cream sounds delicious and is so pretty served in your teacup! Love your lady vase and pretty patch of daisies too! Stay cool ♥

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  2. I've no home, no kitchen, no pots and pans right now...but that doesn't stop me from coming here to swoon over your yummy creations! We've sold our cottage and are looking for a new town and a new home...one with a kitchen big enough to whip up the recipes you share. In the meantime, I come here to feast my eyes on what you make. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. You have the perfect tea cup for this delicious treat! I love that there is no churning involved in this recipe. I imagine other berries could substitute. Your daisies are so pretty. My husband brought home a daisy plant that I believe he only paid $2 for. It bloomed beautifully. I am looking forward to it propagating over time like yours so we have many more of the happy flowers.

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  4. Your ice cream looks wonderful, Kitty, and I too like using my teacups for serving a simple dessert. Very classy and it makes such a pretty presentation! We have a cooler day today but tomorrow and the next day are going to be hot. Stay cool, my friend. Hugs...Sandi

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    1. PS~ I forgot to mention that I love your daisies; so pretty! xo

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  5. Homemade blackberry ice cream sounds like a great way to cool off with the heat of the summer. I love the pretty china too. Have a nice week Kitty and stay cool.

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  6. Hi,dear Kitty!Your teacup is stunning!I wish I had that delicious icecream in it,it would be great!Adorable flowers in your pretty ladyvase and in your garden,I love daisies too.Your tablescape is sweet as ever,I am a big fan of your posts,happiness lives here!Sorry for my English,hugs!

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  7. Oh my! Kitty those daisies are so pretty! I can't believe you started out with just three plants. WOW! I would love to plant some and see if they would make it in my neck of the woods. Ice cream on these hot summer days sounds wonderful. I have been wanting to make some too that didn't need to be churned. I actually have some blueberries in the my freezer so I could make blueberry ice cream. YUM! Your teacup is so pretty and so very fitting for your blackberry ice cream. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  8. Your little lady vase always makes me smile.

    The ice cream looks great! I didn't know you can make ice cream without churning it?!?

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  9. Oh I love your daisies Kitty. I love how they grow all along the path. I wish I had a cup of your ice cream and would love to share a visit. I also love your pretty table with the sweet lady vase and your pretty tea cup and saucer. Perfect for the summertime temps we are having. Have a wonderful week..........

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  10. Oh wow! That certainly sounds like the perfect way to cool off! Love those simple ingredient list recipes...your teacup makes a very special way to serve this tasty treat. Pinning and planning to make this soon! MMM!

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  11. I love that you don't have to churn this, and it sounds so simple! I imagine it was very refreshing on such a miserably hot day! Thank you for sharing, sweet friend. :)

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  12. Love your daises. Do they last a long time as a cut flower? Cute vase for your vignette.
    I have to admit I've never had blackberry ice cream before. It looks so inviting in your blackberry teacup.
    I hope the 100 degree temps are not heading our way. The humidity has been oppressive here.

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  13. Thank you we love blackberries so I am going to try this. Have a great week! HUGS

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  14. Don't you love no churn ice cream Kitty, it's so easy and so good! Blackberries I bet are wonderful!! Pretty vignette, I have a vase that must be your vase's sister! I must get her out and give her some flowers in her hat!
    Jenna

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  15. Oh my goodness! I am not one for ice cream but that is a definite must try!
    Your blackberry ice cream looks beautiful in that teacup and quite refreshing sitting along with your little lady and your flowers from your garden, and wow those daisies are amazing Kitty. :-)

    Have a beautiful day~

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  16. Wow! Nearing 100 degrees! That's definitely ice-cream weather.
    Thanks for sharing the recipe.

    All the best Jan

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  17. Looks wonderful and so easy - thank you for the recipe.

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  18. Looks so pretty in that tea cup! A nice treat on a hot day. We are supposed to go into the high 90s tomorrow! Hope you're doing well Kitty. xo Deborah

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  19. Kitty, I love this post! Wish I could have a serving of this blackberry treat in your beautiful blackberry cup. What IS that pattern?

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  20. Always love a no-churn ice cream and blackberries give such a lovely tangy flavour and colour. Beautiful! x

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  21. This recipe looks like a winner to me.

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  22. We've been having a heat wave the past several days also and your blackberry ice cream looks wonderful and so refreshing, Kitty! I need to try one of those no churn recipes because yours certainly turned out perfectly. I love that beautiful row of daisies :)

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  23. Thank you mam!!! And I just canned blackberry jam yesterday!
    You knew I was headed your way!!Haha
    hughugs

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  24. Your ice cream looks delicious. I have blackberries growing wild all of the place where I spend the summers, so this is going onto my to-do list.

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  26. What a wonderful ice cream recipe.Blackberry is a lovely fruit. When my children were little, we would pick blackberries every summer. Lots of cobblers. Thanks Kitty for sharing you ice cream at “Love Your Creativity.” Xo

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  27. I am just now getting to this post...I didn't post nor read any blog last week...I was on a "staycation" at home working on projects all last week but I made sure to keep your notification in my email box! This ice cream looks fantastic and I really need to try this. Hubby's birthday is next weekend and I am saving the last of the black raspberries for his pie...but I just might have to see if there's enough to make some of this ice cream too! Thank you for sharing this recipe...and if high 90s is hot here, I can't even imagine 100 degrees! LOVE the Shasta daisies...one of my favorite flowers! Have a blessed week, dear Kitty!

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  28. It looks just fabulous. Your daisies are amazing. I could not keep daisies alive.

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  29. Wish oh wish it was 100 degrees here. =) Blackberry ice cream....yum! Your little lady and her pretty hat made me smile.

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