Speculoos Cookie Butter Ice Cream

Homemade cookie butter ice cream. Loaded with speculoos cookie butter spread and chunks of crumbled speculoos cookies! The ultimate ice cream treat and you don’t even need an ice machine to make it! 

speculoos ice cream

If you’re a regular reader of my blog then you’ll know by now how much I like no-churn ice cream recipes? A few summers back I received an ice cream maker as a birthday gift. Long story cut short, the ice cream maker was absolutely terrible as it required tonnes of costly ingredients and I ended up with a mere four scoops at the very most after all my hard work. Certainly not enough to serve to my ice cream loving family!

So I ditched the ice cream machine and started researching some recipes that didn’t require the use of a machine. Eventually I came by a no-churn method. Simply requiring just two ingredients {cream and condensed milk} and a few additional ingredients such as vanilla extract, cocoa powder and spreads such as Nutella. I was super excited to start trying out different flavours for the blog. Of which I have a recipe for 4-ingredient Nutella ice cream you MUST also try!

What I like about no-churn ice cream is how quick it is to make – that is minus the freezing time, which is the only negative I can think of! If you wanted to make a classic vanilla ice cream all you simply have to do is whip your cream with the vanilla until soft peaks form and mix together with the condensed milk. Transfer the mixture to a freeze-able container and pop into the freezer. Then you can scoop and enjoy! It’s my new favourite way of making ice cream!

IMG_9154

So moving onto today’s recipe. I’m sharing this amazingly delicious Speculoos Cookie Butter Ice Cream. It’s probably one of my best ice cream creations to date. Creamy, silky and with cookie butter and spiced cookies in each spoonful! It’s just as good {maybe even better} than eating the cookie butter straight from the jar. < I’m 100% guilty of doing that! My self-control goes out the window when there’s cookie butter involved!

Every time I visit the supermarket lately I’ve been seeing Speculoos ice cream in the freezer section. I think I’ve lost count of the amount of times I have had to resist reaching and grabbing a tub of ice cream during the grocery shopping! So I came home and found the half eaten jar of Speculoos at the back of my kitchen cupboard and preceeded to make some of the most amazing ice cream!

It’s creamy, sweet and just so addictive. We enjoyed this ice cream for dessert over the past week and it went down a treat. I just wished I had more in my freezer ready for my next speculoos craving!

DSC09178

Ingredients – 

500ml double cream {heavy cream}

397g {14 oz} can sweetened condensed milk

200g of Speculoos {Biscoff} or spiced cookie butter spread

5 spiced cookies, crumbled or broken into small pieces {add more if you like}

1 tsp of pure vanilla extract {optional} 

Method –

1. Whip the cream with the vanilla extract until soft peaks. In large mixing bowl add the spiced cookie spread and stir lightly to loosen the mixture. Add the condensed milk and mix to combine.

2. Finally gently fold in the whipped cream and biscuit crumbs. Once incorporated fully pour into a freezable container. Cover and place in the freezer for at least 6 hours or overnight.

3. Scoop to serve in bowls or waffle cones.

 

{Note: The ice cream will keep in the freezer covered for up to 1 month.}

 

DSC09170

Enjoy the recipe! Happy Weekend! 

jess

60 thoughts on “Speculoos Cookie Butter Ice Cream

  1. Looks delish! I don’t have an ice machine that why I’ve never tried making it! I’ve always wanted to try, looks like a great recipe 🙂

  2. I can only imagine how addictive this ice cream is. Drooling!! And no churn? Yes, yes… come to mama!!! Can’t wait to make this! Thanks so much for sharing ♡

  3. I usually make ice cream maker ice cream with an egg-free recipe so it’s not as expensive, but I totally see your point that anything that requires the making of a custard is just a major PAIN. I have to try this no churn recipe especially if cookie butter is involved!

  4. Oh man, I totally need this ice cream, Jess! I probably mentioned it here before, but my wife and I got to tour the Lotus factory about this time last year…and now I’m addicted to speculoos cookies! (I enjoyed them before, but now I’m addicted!) Also, I’m curious about your ice cream machine issues. It sounds like the ingredients for “regular churned” ice cream aren’t all that different from the no-churn version. Basically whole milk and eggs replace the condensed milk. And it gets cooked into a custard…which takes all of like 5 minutes. I’m all about no-churn for sure, but maybe dig that machine back out again (if you still have it!)…it would be fun to see a post that compares the difference in taste. Ok, I’ll stop talking now. 🙂

    • Thanks so much David! 😀 I would love to tour the Lotus biscuit factory – so amazing! I’m totally addicted to speculoos cookies too!
      Basically, the ice cream maker I received was terrible it wasn’t a cool expensive one! 😦 It didn’t take too long to make, but I hardly ended up with any ice cream – so I was a little disappointed! Unfortunately I sent it back, but it’s my birthday soon so maybe I have to get one to try out again! 😉 Glad you like the recipe!

  5. Oh Jess, this really does sound heavenly!! We’ve been eating ice cream for dessert lately too (naughty naughty) but I certainly haven’t had anything as delicious-sounding as this. I love the sound of your easy recipe. I’ve got to get a jar of that cookie butter and try this!

  6. YAAAAAS jess this is my favorite kind and flavor of ice cream ever! ! I have a bunch of no-churn Speculoos ice cream in the freezer too but I’ll definitely try your version soon. Cheers!!!!

  7. Pingback: Speculoos Ice Cream | The Desserted Girl

  8. Pingback: No-Churn Oreo Cookies ‘n Cream Ice Cream | What Jessica Baked Next...

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s