The ultimate crowd-pleasing summer treat, that’s ice cream. Really, I don’t know anyone who doesn’t love, or at least like a creamy scoop of ice cream. I mean, the smooth texture, the addictive sweetness and the flavor intensity make basically all ice creams mouth-watering good.
Still, not everyone can enjoy ice cream. For example, ice cream is a big no-no for you if you can’t or won’t eat eggs. Well, that ends today. We’re making no eggs coffee ice cream from scratch, and you don’t even need an ice cream maker.
This recipe makes a fantastic, flavorful ice cream, and it only calls for four ingredients. Condensed milk adds sweetness and body to the ice cream. Instant coffee will bring the caffeine and roasted scents to the mix. Vanilla extract is a nice touch to round everything out.
Other than that, you’ll need whipping cream, and this is the most important ingredient. It’s the bubbles trapped in whipped cream what will give our ice cream the smooth texture we’re looking for.
To make this frozen delight, you’ll need an electric hand mixer to whip the cream until those pointy stiff peaks stick out.
From this step forward, you must work fast. Combine the rest of the ingredients and fold in the whipped cream. Trust me; it’s easy. Then the whole thing goes into the fridge, preferably overnight. I use an empty ice cream container for my egg-less coffee ice cream, but any container works fine.
Now that you know how to make no-churn, egg-less ice cream, make it your own. If you’re not into coffee, add blueberries, chocolate fudge or extra vanilla to make ice cream of different flavors. Chocolate chips, M&Ms and crushed Oreo cookies are also wonderful add ons. The process is the same!
Use an electric hand mixer and whisk the whipped cream until stiff peaks form.
In a mixing bowl, combine the condensed milk with the instant coffee and vanilla extract.
Fold the whipped cream into the condensed milk mixture until thoroughly combined. Do not over-mix.
Pour into a container and freeze overnight.
Serve and garnish with a mint sprig, chocolate chips and roasted coffee beans.