One of our favorite family traditions is making homemade ice cream every 4th of July. We have had every fruit flavor and candy bar “add ins” that you can imagine! This year we did a double “add in” using oreo chunks and homemade brownie batter bites. It just might be our new all time favorite ice cream! This ice cream has no eggs! The taste is amazing…rich and creamy. July is national ice cream month- be sure to whip up this fun ice cream!
15.35 ounces double stuff oreo cookies (30 cookies)
Brownie Batter Bites
1/4 cup butter, melted
1 3/4 cups powdered sugar
3 tablespoons cocoa
2 tablespoons milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/4 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup flour
Prepare the brownie bites first so they can set up in the freezer. For the brownie bites mix together the butter and powdered sugar in a medium sized mixing bowl.
Add cocoa, milk, vanilla, and salt and mix together well.
Add flour and stir until it comes together like a cookie dough consistency.
Roll the brownie batter into little balls about the size of a small marble.
Set on a cookie sheet or in some type of container. Place in the freezer until the ice cream is done.
To make the ice cream, stir milk, whipping cream, sugar and vanilla together until the sugar is dissolved.
Pour into your ice cream maker and turn on according to your machine directions.
While ice cream is mixing, break up each oreo into about 6 pieces. Set aside until ice cream is done.
When ice cream is done mixing in your ice cream maker, stir in the oreo chunks and frozen brownie bites. Stir the chunks in gently into the soft ice cream. You can eat it soft or freeze it until it sets up! This is the chunkiest and best ice cream!
You can easily just add the oreos or the brownie bites. Doesn't have to be both, but we love our ice cream loaded with chunks!