No Churn Creamsicle Ice Cream Recipe


No Churn Creamsicle Ice Cream Recipe



I know it probably seems a little late in the year to be posting an ice cream recipe, but on Wednesday the temperature here in sunny Florida hit 91 degrees.  So this No Churn Creamsicle Ice Cream was a welcome treat.  I feel like I talk about the weather a lot, but it really does affect everything absolutely everything we do, so it's kind of hard not to be all consumed.  Also, I'm really tired of being hot.  Can we get a cold front down here, please?  My husband tells me on this week in 2008 the temperature dipped down to the 30's in Florida.  So, basically 2008 used up all our winter weather for the next decade.

Do you eat seasonally?  I definitely enjoy more ice cream and popsicles in the summer months, but I'm a hard core soup eater year round.  Tell me in the comments what your favorite hot or cold weather treat is!





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No Churn Creamsicle Ice Cream, Ingredients:


  • 2 cups heavy whipping cream
  • 1 cup sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 cup SunnyD, Tangy Original



No Churn Creamsicle Ice Cream, Directions:


  1. With an electric mixer, whip cream until stiff peaks form.
  2. On low, or with a spatula, mix in sweetened condensed milk, and SunnyD.
  3. Pour into an ice cream container or loaf pan and press a sheet of parchment paper over top to avoid icing.  Seal with a lid or tin foil.
  4. Freeze approximately 6 hours, and serve.  This ice cream is best served still slightly soft.  If it freezes too hard, just let it sit out a few minutes before indulging.
  5. Enjoy!




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No Churn Creamsicle Ice Cream Recipe

No Churn Creamsicle Ice Cream Recipe

No Churn Creamsicle Ice Cream Recipe

No Churn Creamsicle Ice Cream Recipe

No Churn Creamsicle Ice Cream Recipe

No Churn Creamsicle Ice Cream Recipe

No Churn Creamsicle Ice Cream Recipe

No Churn Creamsicle Ice Cream Recipe



In Florida we spend a significant amount of time indoors when the weather becomes unbearable. Between the extreme heat and torrential rain this time of year, there are a lot of housebound days. We spend a huge portion of that time reading and eating ice cream, so I was very excited to learn about SunnyD's Book Spree Program. Just collect SunnyD labels and send to your child’s teacher. Teachers will then send the labels into SunnyD to get free books. For every 20 labels received, SunnyD will donate 20 free books! We get our SunnyD from the local Walmart Neighborhood grocery store.


  • Parents clip and collect eligible SunnyD UPC labels
  • Send UPC labels with their child to a participating teacher
  • Teachers collect UPCs, fill out the entry form and mail both to SunnyD
  • SunnyD sends books to participating classrooms (limit of 20 books/classroom)!

The program is for Kindergarten through 7th grade classrooms, including home educator classes. Classrooms can receive up to twenty books while supplies last, and this is SunnyD's 9th year running the promotion! Don’t delay - Book Spree ends 11/30/2015!



No Churn Creamsicle Ice Cream Recipe

No Churn Creamsicle Ice Cream Recipe




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2 comments:

  1. I live in Canada on the northern shores of Lake Ontario, so we enjoy the full range of seasons. The weather has just recently taken a turn to cooler temperatures, which, for me, means back to cooking soups, stews, casseroles, and the like. Our favourite cool weather recipe is chili. Whether it's made from ground beef, ground turkey, or meat-free, it is a wonderful comfort food on a cool day and can be put in the slow cooker to simmer all day while we enjoy working in the yard or just spending time outside taking in the wonderful fall colours. It's also a cozy food for those days when the rains set in as happens here in the fall.
    As for ice cream, we eat a lot more of it during the summer, but there's something about ice cream that makes it a year-round treat, and I will definitely be trying your No Churn Creamsicle Ice Cream. It sounds delicious!

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    1. sounds like a lovely place to live! thanks for leaving a comment and i hope you enjoy the ice cream <3

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