Deliciously smooth creme egg ice cream made without an ice cream machine!
If you love creme eggs, then you’re going to love this ice cream. You might not believe me, but I used to HATE creme eggs. Oh, and cheesecake.
That’s quite a bold statement coming from someone who is now addicted to creme eggs and has a serious obsession with cheesecake. 😉
Ever since I discovered the magic no-churn method for making ice cream, I’ve been completely hooked on creating and sharing more ice cream recipes on the blog. For this creme egg ice cream I used a standard no-churn vanilla ice cream base and added melted milk chocolate and a whole load of chopped creme eggs. The ice cream stays super soft and scoop-able and requires less ingredients and no high tech equipment.
Indulge your creme egg cravings this Easter with my easy no-churn ice cream. It’s super addictive and the perfect recipe for all you chocoholics out there!
480ml (2 cups) double/heavy cream
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 x 397g (14 ounce can) sweetened condensed milk
300g dark or milk chocolate, melted and cooled slightly
2 x 89g packets mini Cadbury creme eggs, roughly chopped
- Whisk the cream and vanilla until stiff peaks form. Fold through the condensed milk and the melted chocolate until thoroughly combined.
- Finally, fold through approx. 3/4 of the chopped creme eggs. Pour the mixture into a large freezer container or large loaf tin. Top with the remaining creme eggs.
- Cover with clingfilm and freeze overnight or until solid. When ready to serve, scoop into bowls or ice cream cones. I serve mine with extra creme eggs! The ice cream will keep in the freezer for up to 2 weeks.
Original photo from April 2014
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20 thoughts on “Cadbury Creme Egg Ice Cream”
Omg, this looks dangerous. I love creme eggs sooo much! I actually can’t believe I haven’t had one this Easter yet ^_^ but they’re the one chocolate egg that is available all year round (at least here), so I’m grateful for that!
This ice cream looks amazing, Jessica! Might just be the best one that I’ve seen! I absolutely love creme eggs, so this looks just perfect. Wish I could dive right into this bowl for breakfast!
The ice cram looks so tasty!
I can’t believe you used to not like creme eggs or cheesecake! Thankfully you’ve come to the dark side… 😉 Your no-churn ice cream looks eggs-cellent! (sorry, bad pun)
Ice cream is never safe around our house, and my wife absolutely loves Cadbury eggs. Great recipe for this time of the year! 🙂
What a brilliant use of the creme eggs! Sounds so good!
What a wonderfully indulgent ice cream. I could use some of this right now. Thank goodness for no-churn ice cream.
Oh I want a bowl of this right now!! 😍
I’ve never had a creme egg and I seriously wish I could have one, because this ice cream looks so delicious!
Oh my gosh, this sounds SOOO yummy!! And what a fun festive Easter treat!! Love. <3
Oh I am sure I will love this lovely ice cream.
I love those Cadbury eggs–this ice cream sounds so yummy! 🙂
No churn ice cream is my favourite! Absolutely love this recipe, such a great idea for using those delicious Creme Eggs!
Oh I use to LOVE creme eggs before I developed an allergy to cocoa! I bet this ice cream is beyond delicious, Jess! I totally HAVE to make this for the hubs, because I know he will eat a gallon of this in no time! Such a great addition to Easter! Cheers, friend!
How fun is this! Love it!
Oh my goodness this looks amazing!
It looks so creamy and perfect, Jess! I wish I could have a bite!
What a delicious ice cream. My family seems to have eaten all my leftover Cadbury eggs—so I may need to stock up again so I can try this in the summer 🙂