Chocolate Malt Peanut Butter Ice Cream
I’m having so much fun experimenting with different flavors of this easy no churn ice cream. This time I decided to do chocolate malt because I had a craving for a Chocolate Malt. (Aaannd a big diner burger and fries.) Mmmm, don’t you love dipping your fries in a chocolate shake? Well, I didn’t get the burger and fries but I did make this fantastic Homemade Chocolate Malt Peanut Butter No Churn Ice Cream.
Anyway, like I said it was originally just going to be Chocolate Malt, but we had a house full of family and someone said “let’s add some peanut butter”. So into the cream went crumbled Malted Milk Balls, Malt, Chocolate Syrup AND Peanut Butter.
It’s pretty tasty, but next time, I’m going to try it without the Peanut Butter and really malt it up! Of course, I’ll let you know how that comes out too!!
Just Mix and Freeze, Easy Peazy!
This recipe is just like my others and is mix and go. I added all the ingredients to the bowl of my Ninja mixer and mixed it for about 45-60 seconds until it was thickened a bit with very soft peaks. Next it was gently spooned into an oval pyrex container (think meatloaf pan size) and put it in the freezer for about 3 hours.
We devoured it with chocolate sauce and extra malted milk balls.
Yum, yum, yum is all I have to say.
After the Homemade Chocolate Malt Peanut Butter No Churn Ice Cream was frozen and the first round eaten, I took what was left in the pyrex container and added it to the smallest wide mouth mason jars I could find. Then I added the chocolate sauce and malted milk balls on top and put them in the freezer for later. It was the perfect small serving size. What’s better is the whole bowl doesn’t have to be taken out every time someone wants a bite. These little mason jar personal ice cream bowls are so cute and would be perfect to serve at your next get together or kids birthday party.
- 2 cups heavy whipping cream-use the cartons of liquid cream, not pre-whipped cream
- 1 cup of regular whipping cream
- 1 can sweetened condensed milk
- 15-20 crumbled/broken malted milk balls
- 4 tablespoons malt
- 6 tablespoons chocolate syrup
- 2 tablespoons peanut butter (creamy or crunchy)
- Optional Toppings: Chocolate sauce, Caramel, Nuts, Whipped Cream or Candy
- Add all ingredients to a bowl and mix together using a mixer, food processor or blender for 30-45 seconds. It will thicken and form soft peaks.
- Pour into a glass, plastic or metal pan and place in freezer for 2-3 hours or until frozen through.
- Serve frozen with toppings of your choice