Reese’s Peanut Butter White Chocolate Ice Cream

filed under: Miscellaneous on July 29, 2011

Say that three times fast.

Um, yeah, its actually not that hard to do.

Unless your mouth is full of it!

I crack myself up.

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I saw this amazing little recipe over at Kevin and Amanda’s.  Its is brilliant I tell you.

Two ingredient ice cream… then just add whatever extra flavors you want.

No fancy schmancy ice cream machine.

Just mixing and freezing.

So easy even I could do it.

She even made some with Krispy Kreme donuts.   If I watched Bravo and if I paid attention to the The Rachel Zoe Project I might say something like,

“I. Die.”

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Homemade Ice Cream

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      Amanda has fantastic step by step instructions!

      For my special version I decided to use Reese’s Peanut Butter cups.  The mini ones that are individually wrapped.

      Reese’s Peanut Butter and White Chocolate Ice Cream

      Reese's peanut butter ice cream

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          I love how the condensed milk seemed to magnify the creamy deliciousness of the white chocolate.

          I loved everything about this dessert.

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          After the ice cream was nice and firm, I used my mini scooper and placed small scoops into cupcake wrappers.

          Back into the freezer just to firm them up a bit!

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          I love any serving method that involves less dishes for me.

          Uh… I mean… this is a beautiful way of presenting the treats to your guests!

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          I have had so much fun playing around with this easy peasy recipe that I made other versions.  This particular one I will be sharing soon… but it is quite possibly my newest favortiest flavor of all time.

          I have never seen this particular combination anywhere before… think you can guess what it is???

          Well, no worries.  Will be revealing the recipe soon!

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          Comments

        • the urban baker says:

          you are on an ice cream kick – lady! my kids would kiss my feet if I made them this. just may have to cave as i have egg yolks in the fridge!

        • Paula says:

          Looks wonderful Amanda and I love your presentation.

        • Jen @ My Kitchen Addiction says:

          Wow… This looks amazing. I have some frozen egg yolks just waiting for ice cream inspiration, and I think I may have just found it!

        • grace says:

          i’ve always been a fan of the reese’s cup–i like the way it always melts between your fingers. when they made the white chocolate version, i was sent straight into heaven, so i’m obviously a fan of this concoction!

        • mindy says:

          I LOVE this idea! I’m making Candied Bacon ice cream with this first thing tomorrow. ( If you’re making a disgusted or confused face right now I can PROMISE it’s because you have’t TRIED Candied Bacon ice cream. My husband made that face before he tried it…then he ate 3 bowls. Yeah, it’s that good.) Thanks for sharing the recipe. I’m so glad I found your blog on sweetopia.

        • Kate says:

          It would be yummy to serve this ice cream in chocolate bowls. Blow up waterballoons nd dip hlf way into chocolate a few times….can’t wait to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing!

        • Roxana | Roxana's Home Baking says:

          I think I just died and went to ice-cream heaven!
          I love ice-cream that don’t call for an ice-cream maker.

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