No Churn Caramel Ice-Cream

No Churn Caramel Ice-Cream

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Who doesn’t love ice-cream! My kids were certainly in heaven when they saw this No Churn Caramel Ice-Cream. In Winter ice-cream is a no no for my younger boy, he has serious allergies and I will not dare give him ice-cream. Or I will have to deal with a sick child for weeks.

No Churn Caramel Ice-Cream

No Churn Caramel Ice-Cream in cones and in a bowl

He absolutely waits for summer just so he can have ice-cream. Their are moms that have bigger issues than not letting their kids have ice-cream so I am thankful my child has to resist temptation for just 6 months of the year. 

I am so grateful for all my blessings, life is not perfect and it never will be but I have learnt to appreciate every day I am alive.  Life’s short, go eat that ice-cream!

There’s nothing more special than when you make something and you see your kids face light up. He tasted this No Churn Caramel Ice-Cream and said “Mom, I am not even joking but this is the best ice-cream, I love this even more than Magnum”.

He certainly made my day. Wait until Mr Critic (my other half) tastes it, not sure I will get the same review…Lol!

Ingredients needed

For this No Churn Caramel Ice-Cream you need fresh cream, condensed milk, caramel and chocolate. Although I made this into a caramel flavoured ice-cream you can turn it into just about any flavour you want.

How do I make the ice-cream

This ice-cream is the easiest thing you will make. You whip the cream, fold in the condensed milk and layer it in a pan with a drizzle of caramel and throw in some chunks of chocolate.

I used some Lindt Caramel Chocolate, you definitely want decadent at it’s best. So only my favorite chocolate can work. However, you can use whatever chocolate you prefer.

Freezing the Ice-Cream

The ice-cream can be popped into the freezer for 6-8 hours and you have your own delicious homemade ice-cream.

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No churn caramel ice-cream in 2 chocolate cones and in two bowls
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No Churn Caramel Ice-Cream

This ice-cream is so easy to make with just a few ingredients and it tastes heavenly
Course Dessert
Keyword caramel ice-cream, ice-cream, no churn ice-cream
Prep Time 10 minutes
Refrigeration Time 8 hours
Servings 8


  • 2 cups/500ml fresh cream
  • 1 can/385gram condensed milk
  • 1/2 cup caramel
  • 150 gram Lindt Caramel Chocolate chopped into little pieces


  • Ensure your cream is really cold. Set aside 2 tablespoons cream. Use an electric beater and whip the cream until stiff peaks form.
  • Fold in the condensed milk
  • Beat the cream into the caramel until smooth
  • Line a pan with cling wrap. Pour in half of the cream mixture. Add half the caramel on top, place little blobs of caramel and use a knife to make swirls. Sprinkle half the chocolate on top
  • Pour the other half of the cream mixture on top and repeat with the caramel. Sprinkle the chocolate on top
  • Cover with cling wrap and freezer for 6 to 8 hour or until completely set


  1. You can use more caramel if you prefer. I used store bought caramel but feel free to make your own too
  2. You can also sprinkle some salt flakes on top of the caramel to turn it into salted caramel
  3. If you wish you can divide the ice-cream into little containers and have a variety of different flavours
  4. You can turn it into a vanilla ice-cream by adding some vanilla extract and you can add sprinkles, nuts or fruit
  5. The possibilities with this ice-cream is endless


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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Natasha

    5 stars
    Obsessed over this recipe. It is sooo delicious. I have shared your recipe with friends and family and it did not disappoint! I am slowly but surely trying out all of your recipes 🙂

    1. Lorraine

      Thank you so much Natasha! Nothing beats homemade. Thank you for trying my recipes and the reviews. I so appreciate it:-)

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