Easy (no machine) cherry cheesecake ice cream #SundaySupper



easy cherry cheesecake ice cream
I know there are “easy” ice cream recipes that are made with frozen bananas but this is not one of those. It is a pretty easy recipe to make though, I promise. This cherry cheesecake ice cream recipe combines some of my favorite treats. I enjoy cherries, cheesecake, Oreos, Cool Whip and ice cream so this homemade ice cream is simply wonderful combination for me. Yes this cherry ice cream is fairly simple to make you will need to be good at waiting before you can dig in to it.

You don’t need an ice cream machine for this recipe but you will need a mixer. You can also sub the Oreos with graham cracker crumbs but unless it’s s’mores I don’t really like graham crackers… but I do like Oreos (double or mega stuffed are the absolute best). You can also switch out the cherry pie filling for any other fruit filling- peach, apple, strawberry, mixed berry, they all can work with the right combo of flavors. Your kitchen cabinets could contain the next big thing for flavor combinations.

easy no machine cherry cheesecake ice cream

Easy Cherry Cheesecake Ice Cream

ingredients:
1 (8 oz.) block of cream cheese, softened
1 (8 oz.) container Cool Whip whipped topping
1 (14.5 oz.) can of sweetened condensed milk
1/4 cup of butter, softened
1 (21 oz.) can of cherry pie filling- I use Duncan Hines Comstock
1 tsp. vanilla extract
15 Oreo (golden) cookies, crushed
1/4 cup of butter, melted

directions:
Using a stand or hand electric mixer, in a large bowl blend the softened butter, vanilla extract and the cream cheese together. Blend in the sweetened condensed milk. Then on a low speed mix in the cool whip. Set this bowl aside for a few minutes. Take the 15 golden Oreos and crush them. You can do so with a food processor or put them in a large gallon size zip bag and crush them with a meat mallet or rolling pin. Mix the Oreo crumbs with the 1/4 cup of melted butter. Add the pie filling to a large bowl with the Oreo crumb mix. Gently give this a few stirs. You don’t want it all mixed together, you want it to swirl when mixed in to the cream part of the ice cream. DO not over mix the ice cream, you want to be able to taste each flavor mixed in. Pour ice cream into a large loaf pan or bowl that can go in the freezer. Cover with saran wrap or tight fitting lid and freeze the ice cream for 5-6 hours or if you can handle the waiting freeze it overnight. If the ice cream is to frozen to scoop allow it to sit on the counter at room temp for just a couple minutes and you should then easily be able to scoop right in to the ice cream.

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Easy (no machine) cherry cheesecake ice cream #SundaySupper
 
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Ingredients
  • 1 (8 oz.) block of cream cheese, softened
  • 1 (8 oz.) container Cool Whip whipped topping
  • 1 (14.5 oz.) can of sweetened condensed milk
  • ¼ cup of butter, softened
  • 1 (21 oz.) can of cherry pie filling- I use Duncan Hines Comstock
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract
  • 15 Oreo (golden) cookies, crushed
  • ¼ cup of butter, melted
Instructions
  1. Using a stand or hand electric mixer, in a large bowl blend the softened butter, vanilla extract and the cream cheese together. Blend in the sweetened condensed milk. Then on a low speed mix in the cool whip. Set this bowl aside for a few minutes.
  2. Take the 15 golden Oreos and crush them. You can do this with a food processor or put them in a large gallon size zip bag and crush them with a meat mallet or rolling pin. Mix the Oreo crumbs with the ¼ cup of melted butter. Add the pie filling to a large bowl with the Oreo crumb mix. Gently give this a few stirs. You don’t want it all mixed together, you want it to swirl when mixed in to the cream part of the ice cream. DO not over mix the ice cream, you want to be able to taste each flavor mixed in.
  3. Pour ice cream into a large loaf pan or bowl that can go in the freezer. Cover with saran wrap or tight fitting lid and freeze the ice cream for 4-6 hours or if you can handle the waiting freeze it overnight. If the ice cream is too frozen to scoop allow it to sit on the counter at room temp. for just a couple minutes and you should then easily be able to scoop right in to the ice cream.

 

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Hey y’all! My name is Shanaka (pronounced Shonica) and I’m the queen bee around here. My boys and I live in Virginia. I share the many things that ‘Mama does’. I enjoy sharing our travel adventures, recipes, cakes I have decorated, DIY crafts/projects, ways to get healthy, frugal living tips, what I have learned about blogging over the years and life as a boy Mom. You can reach me at mamabeedoes@gmail.com
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Comments

  1. That’s what I get for living overseas, I guess. I didn’t even know Oreos had golden cookies! Your cherry cheesecake ice cream looks wonderful, Shanaka.

  2. Your ice cream sounds incredible! I have to give this one a try!!

  3. What a pretty ice cream. It looks very tasty too.

    • Thank you, Renee. My photos seem a bit off to me and I can’t figure out why. That’s what I get for photo editing at 3am lol. Glad to know the photos don’t look too terribly out of whack.

  4. This looks delightful!

  5. Love cherries. Love cheesecake. Putting ‘em both in ice cream…pure genius. And even better that you don’t need a mixer!

    • I love making food for my boys and myself but sometimes I’m a lazy cook lol and easy recipes like these are wonderful to have on hand.

  6. Golden oreos, you always have cool stuff in the states. This ice cream looks delicious!!

    • Tara, I have enjoyed the different Oreo flavors I’ve found around town… except the watermelon ones. I’m not a fan of those :s

  7. Now this is my kind of preserving! Your ice cream sounds scrumptious!!!!

  8. So awesome that you don’t need an ice cream maker for this!

  9. Mmmm ice cream, I love it!

  10. My boys and I are so trying this recipe! Love this #SundaySupper dessert!!

  11. What a fun and pretty ice-cream! Perfect for the last days of summer!

  12. That’s a pretty cool trick! Love cheesecake too

  13. All those good things in one bowl!

  14. Love cherry ice cream! I bet the cheesecake flavor is amazing with it!

  15. What an interesting way to make ice cream! So clever!

    Thanks for sharing!

  16. Wow I had no idea making ice cream could be so easy! I’ll have to give this one a try ASAP! My kids would devour it. Thanks for sharing!

  17. Any time cheesecake and ice cream are involved it is a win in this house!

  18. I heart cheesecake anything…. especially ice cream!! : ) thanks for sharing!! this looks so easy!!

  19. OOohhh what a fabulous ice cream! I am so excited you posted this!!

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