Nutella Ice Cream

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My local readers know that it has been unseasonably warm here the past few days.  90ยบ F at O'Hare airport on Tuesday?!  Time to break out the ice cream maker to cool off.  With just two ingredients, this recipe couldn't be easier.  It is soft, creamy, and very rich.  It's definitely not one of those ice creams where you want to pile three scoops into a waffle cone.  This ice cream lends itself perfectly to a moderately sized scoop complemented by a little cookie or perched atop a sugar cone to share with neighbors for an after dinner treat. Get lost in its velvety goodness.   

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Nutella Ice Cream
makes about 3/4 quart

*recipe can be doubled, but you will need to churn it in 2 separate batches in your ice cream maker

1 (12 ounce) can unsweetened evaporated 2% milk
1 1/2 cups Nutella

Using a standing blender or hand held immersion blender, blend the milk and Nutella until smooth.  Refrigerate the mixture until completely chilled, preferably overnight. Freeze the mixture in an ice cream maker according to the manufacturer's instructions. Transfer the ice cream to an airtight freezable plastic tub and freeze for several hours until set.  Enjoy!

Source: Adapted from Chocolate and Zucchini


  1. OMG. This looks incredible. I can't believe it's made with just two ingredients!!!

  2. oh my goodness! This looks SOO yummy! I have to make this. THanks for sharing! Can't wait to explore your blog more. :)

    I ♥ Nap Time

  3. So silky! I have never had Nutella ice cream. Really must try this. Thank you for sharing. Best...Susan

  4. Just bought a fresh jar of Nutella...I know what I'm going to do with it.

  5. I was so excited because I had both ingredients in my pantry and couldn't wait to try this recipe. After chilling the ingredients overnight, I poured my ice cream churn. After 30 minutes I still had Nutella "soup!" (I have always had to fight with that churn.) I was very disappointed but couldn't waste the "sauce" so I put it straight into the freezer. A few hours later I pulled it out and spooned some over a chocolate ganache-filled cupcake. YUM! It was beginning to freeze, so I gave it a quick stir and put it back into the freezer. The next night Dad pulled it out again and to our surprise it had turned into a velvety, yummy ice cream. This is truly a no-fail recipe! Thank you for sharing.

  6. I did a Nutella recipe roundup on my blog and your recipe made the list. Nutella ice cream....now that is a great way to start the summer!

  7. I made this today. It is yummy. And so easy :)

  8. Hii! I do not have an ice cream maker, do you think it would work if I just put it into the freezer??
    I reallyy wnat to try it!!

    1. Check out this post by thekitchn.com on how to make ice cream without an ice cream maker.



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