post from 4/30/12, pictures updated 7/6/17
What a crazy month!
April has been crazy for us with procedures to buy our first house. It’s been very exciting and stressful… so many phone calls, emails, and things to do! Crazy!
Well, that is exactly why I picked this recipe from A Cook’s Quest for this month’s Secret Recipe Club posting. I loved flipping through all the recipe filled pages debating over different things to make but I kept going back to doing this amazing ice cream.
When I saw the recipe for Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream I knew that I had to do it. It would be super simple but so intense.
And that is what we needed this month considering everything going on. Sometimes a big bowl of ice cream helps melt away all the stress.
It would be the perfect sweet treat to enjoy to end the month. Plus, it would give the ice cream maker a bit of work before being packed up for a bit.
This is one the creamiest ice creams I ever made. The high fat content from the peanut butter and that fact that everything is mixed so thoroughly really made this so smooth and creamy.
Plus, who can resist the combination of chocolate and peanut butter!?
I found the recipe really easy to make and would definitely make it again and again!
Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream
Serves 8 (1/2 cup portions)
- 1 1/2 Cups smooth peanut butter
- 3/4 Cup sugar
- 2 Cups 2% milk (alt, 1 Cup skim milk, 1 Cup whole milk)
- 1 1/4 Cups heavy whipping cream
- 8 ounces of mini peanut butter cups (alt, chop up regular or miniture sized cups)
- To create the ice cream base, use a mixer to combine the peanut butter and sugar until smooth.
- Slowly add in the milk and mix until all the sugar is dissolved, approximately 2 full minutes. Add the heavy cream, beat until well combined and smooth.
- Refrigerate at least 1 hour to chill the mixture. Freeze the mini peanut butter cups.
- After the ice cream base as chilled, follow your ice cream makers directions to process the ice cream.
- When you ice cream is done, mix in the frozen peanut butter cups.
- Transfer to a storage container. Ensure the peanut butter cups are well mixed throughout.
- You can enjoy the ice cream now with a soft-serve consistency at this point. Or you can let it chill again, for a least another hour to set up
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Check out my previous Secret Recipe Club Posts:
February: Fried Pickles
December: Shrimp Sriracha Stir Fry
November: Vegetable Enchiladas
October: Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars
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