Sweet Cream Ice Cream with Gluten Free Oreos

The kids have been begging me for homemade ice cream. The month of December wiped me out and January has been filled with easy, one pot meals, baking only what cookie doughs reside in my freezer, and lots and lots of soups.

My moto for the month of January is “keep it simple”. Ice cream is not simple. Then, I stumbled upon a recipe for Sweet Cream Ice Cream from Brave Tart. Not your typical ice cream recipe. Generally, ice cream requires you to cook the custard until it coats the back of a wooden spoon. This recipe doesn’t have enough eggs to make that happen. Instead, the custard mixture cooks until it reaches about 145 degrees. My kind of recipe.

For the mix-in I used some Gluten Free Oreos in the cookie jar. Most things in the house right now are gluten free. My youngest, Levi, has horrible eczema. Some of what I have read is by eliminating the gluten, the wheat, could help with his eczema. So far, he is handling his new “diet” with ease, especially when I whip up some of Elana’s Espresso Fudge Brownies, and  Shauna’s Gluten Free Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies.

Eating gluten free really is so much easier than expected. Besides, ice cream is one of those perfectly delicious gluten free foods! This will certainly be a repeat recipe.


Oreo Sweet Cream Ice Cream


Ingredients

8 oz. whole milk
12 oz. heavy cream
3 oz. egg yolks
7 oz. organic, cane sugar
1/2 tsp. Celtic sea salt
2 tsp. pure vanilla extract
1 oz. kahlua
1 cup cookies, broken into pieces

Instructions

• in a heavy duty pot, bring the milk and cream to a simmer.
• in a small bowl, whisk the egg yolks. gradually, add the sugar and whisk to combine. add the salt.
•once the milk and the cream are slightly warm, ladle a small amount into the egg mixture. keep        adding, ladle by ladle, into the egg mixture until all of the dairy has been incorporated. keep whisking until the mixture reaches 145 degrees.

•set the strainer over a glass bowl. remove the pan from the heat and strain the custard.

• add the vanilla and the kahlua.
• set the glass bowl over an ice bath(a larger bowl filled with ice). let cool completely.

• once cool, process in an ice cream maker according to the manufacturer’s directions.

• mix in the crumbled cookie crumbs and place in a plastic container. freeze for at least 4 hours before eating.

The Urban Baker / SusanSalzman.com

More Sweet Cream Ice Cream Treats:
Brownie Batter Ice Cream – Cherry Tea Cakes
Orange Pineapple Ice Cream – Epicurious
Honey Peach Ice Cream – Une Gamine dans la Cuisine

Showing 22 comments
  • Kim
    Reply

    This is one of my favorite ice cream!

    • Susan
      Reply

      Kim, this recipe is so easy – easy enough that you will have homemade ice cream on hand any day of the week!

  • Reply

    It’s settled. I am bringing out my ice cream maker! Thanks for this great recipe, Susan.

  • marla {family fresh cooking}
    Reply

    Such a special treat!! Love ice cream gf or not!

  • Lucy Lean
    Reply

    love that you are keeping in simple – have you tried the one ingredient banana ice cream yet? So so simple and GF!

  • aida mollenkamp
    Reply

    Glad to hear that Levi is adapting to a GF diet so well. I’m sure it helps having a Mom who whips up deliciousness like this!

  • Nancy@acommunaltable
    Reply

    Will be interesting to see how he does with the change in diet! I am with you on “keeping it simple” and this ice cream totally fits that bill – will have to make since this is my family’s favorite flavor of ice cream!

  • Alison @ Ingredients, Inc.
    Reply

    Love this! Just pinned and tweeted it

    • Susan
      Reply

      thanks, Alison! Pinterest has taken a back seat the last 4 days. Been swamped – but it’s my goal for tonight!

  • Amanda
    Reply

    Looks delish! We used some great supplements when we found out our oldest had Eczema… one is RoBathol… I highly, highly recommend it!

    • Susan
      Reply

      thanks so much, Amanda. I will check it out. I am taking him to the homeopath on Thursday. The poor guy is itching himself to death!!

  • Esi
    Reply

    My mouth literally started watering when the post came up. I want some of this now!

  • Eden
    Reply

    I’m sorry about your son’s eczema (yes, I had to google it so I didn’t sound stupid that I didn’t know how to spell it). I had it when I was a kid and I took medication which helped. I’ve never heard of eliminating gluten but it can’t hurt to try. And with such delicious looking ice cream, I wouldn’t miss the gluten!

    • Susan
      Reply

      Thanks, Eden. I had it as a child and tomorrows post talks about my discovery with an amazing Chinese doctor whom has since retired(sniff, sniff). Thanks for the support!!

  • Jamie K
    Reply

    really craving some of this right now!
    looks so yummy!
    (too bad it’s soccer season)
    can we go to the grove sometime soon?

    • Susan
      Reply

      Yes, Jamie, your mom and I are plotting our next double date. I am thinking 800* in Westwood(owners of umami burger opened a pizza place). What do you think? xxx

  • Jamie K
    Reply

    sounds perf!

  • Reply

    My husband has been dealing some some skin problems are well and I’ve recently gotten him to give gluten-free living a try so fingers crossed that he and your son see some improvement!

  • Casey
    Reply

    I don’t think about making ice cream, in the cold weather, but looking at that photos, is making me rethink this.

    • Susan
      Reply

      Hi Casey! My kids don’t care what the temp is outside, Ice Cream is always a high priority!!

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