No-Churn Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ice Cream (2024)

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by Annaliseon Jun 14, 2021

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This fun and delicious no-churn chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream has a rich and creamy vanilla ice cream base with plenty of chocolate chip cookie dough chunks throughout.

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This recipe is sponsored by Go Bold with Butter.

Chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream is one of my favorites, but I’m constantly disappointed whenever I buy a cone or carton. Where is all the cookie dough? There never seems to be enough.

So I decided to make my own! This vanilla ice cream is packed full of buttery homemade cookie dough and extra mini chocolate chips. And even better, this is a no-churn ice cream recipe which means you don’t need any special equipment to make it.

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Ingredients for this recipe

Here’s everything you’ll need for this ice cream:

  • Melted salted butter— unsalted butter also works, but I like the additional flavor of salted butter.
  • Light or dark brown sugar
  • Vanilla extract
  • All-purpose flour
  • Salt
  • Mini chocolate chips
  • Heavy whipping cream
  • Sweetened condensed milk

The role of butter in this recipe

Since the cookie dough in this recipe isn’t baked, the butter has just one purpose— flavor. Chocolate chip cookies are beloved for their unique flavor combination of butter, brown sugar, and vanilla. There’s a distinct nutty and toffee taste, and I wanted to make sure that came through in the cookie dough for this ice cream.

Using melted salted butter means you get the most flavor without having to use a mixer to cream the butter and sugar together. Maximum deliciousness with minimal effort!

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How to make no-churn chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream

There are 2 parts to this recipe— a vanilla ice cream base and edible cookie dough chunks. Start with the cookie dough first so it can chill while you make the base.

Prepare edible cookie dough

This cookie dough is different from cookie dough used to make cookies in that it’s missing eggs and baking soda, and it’s safe to eat raw. (See my tips section below regarding consuming raw flour.)

The cookie dough comes together easily in just a few minutes with a small bowl and spoon, without the need for an electric mixer.

  1. Combine melted butter, brown sugar, heavy cream and vanilla. Stir together in a small bowl, mixture will be grainy.
  2. Add dry ingredients and mini chocolate chips. Stir in flour and salt to make a soft cookie dough, then stir in mini chocolate chips.
  3. Shape and freeze. Transfer the cookie dough to a sheet of plastic wrap and shape into a thin disk. Wrap completely and freeze while you prepare the vanilla ice cream base.

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Prepare vanilla ice cream base

There’s no ice cream machine required to make this ice cream! Whipped cream mimics the texture of churned ice cream once it’s frozen. Churning ice cream incorporates air into it as it tumbles in the machine, while heavy whipping cream incorporates air as it whips. Once it’s frozen this no-churn ice cream is just as creamy as traditional ice cream.

Here’s how to make the no-churn vanilla ice cream base:

  1. Whip heavy cream. Use a stand mixer or hand-held mixer to whip the cold cream to medium peaks.
  2. Add sweetened condensed milk and vanilla. Use a spatula to gently fold in the sweetened condensed milk and vanilla, careful not to deflate the whipped cream.
  3. Fold in mini chocolate chips and cookie dough. Chop cookie dough into small ½-inch pieces and fold carefully into the whipped cream mixture along with more mini chocolate chips.

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Freeze for 6 hours

Spoon mixture into a 9×5-inch loaf pan, bowl, or plastic tub and spread into an even layer. Cover tightly with a plastic wrap or a lid.

Like all homemade ice creams, this chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream needs a long rest in the freezer to firm up completely. Freeze it for at least 6 hours before scooping. I prefer to make it the night before I plan to serve it, or first thing in the morning.

Once it’s frozen, enjoy scoops in bowls or ice cream cones!

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Tips for this ice cream

  • While I have never had any issues, raw flour can contain bacteria that is normally killed during baking. If consuming raw flour in the cookie dough for this ice cream is a concern, you can bake the flour first by spreading it onto a sheet pan and baking at 350°F for 5 minutes. Cool before adding it to the cookie dough.
  • Why is sweetened condensed milk used in this recipe? Using it instead of sugar means it doesn’t need to be heated in order to dissolve into the ice cream base, saving even more work!
  • Since the texture for this ice cream comes from the whipped cream, you want to be careful not to overmix it as you mix in the other ingredients. Using a “folding” method of mixing is the best way to keep your whipped cream light and fluffy. Here’s a helpful little video on how to “fold” ingredients.
  • If you make a lot of homemade ice cream, consider getting a reusable plastic ice cream container. I like this one!
  • Before serving, let the ice cream sit at room temperature for 10 minutes. This softens it up a bit for easier scooping.
  • This ice cream should keep for weeks in the freezer (if it lasts that long). Store it in the back of the freezer to reduce the risk of freezer burn.

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More no-churn ice cream recipes to try

  • No-Churn S’mores Ice Cream
  • No-Churn Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk Ice Cream

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No-Churn Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ice Cream

Servings: 12 servings

Prep Time: 20 minutes mins

Cook Time: 0 minutes mins

Freeze Time: 6 hours hrs

Total Time: 6 hours hrs 20 minutes mins

This fun and delicious no-churn chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream has a rich and creamy vanilla ice cream base with plenty of chocolate chip cookie dough chunks throughout.

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For the cookie dough:

  • ¼ cup salted butter , melted (4 tablespoons, 56 grams)
  • cup light or dark brown sugar (140 grams)
  • 1 tablespoon heavy cream
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • cup all-purpose flour (80 grams)
  • Pinch of salt
  • ¼ cup mini chocolate chips (44 grams)

For the vanilla ice cream base:

  • 2 cup heavy whipping cream , cold (455 grams)
  • cup sweetened condensed milk (½ can, 205 grams)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 2 tablespoons mini chocolate chips (22 grams)


To make the cookie dough:

  • Combine melted butter, brown sugar, heavy cream and vanilla in a small bowl, mixture will be grainy.

  • Stir in flour and salt to make a soft cookie dough, then stir in mini chocolate chips.

  • Transfer the cookie dough to a sheet of plastic wrap and shape into a thin disk. Wrap completely and freeze while you prepare the vanilla ice cream base.

To make the ice cream:

  • Use a stand mixer or hand-held mixer to whip the cold cream to medium peaks.

  • Use a spatula to gentle fold in the sweetened condensed milk and vanilla, careful not to deflate the whipped cream.

  • Chop chilled cookie dough into small ½-inch pieces and fold carefully into the whipped cream mixture along with more mini chocolate chips.

  • Spoon mixture into a 9x5-inch loaf pan, bowl, or plastic tub and spread into an even layer.

  • Freeze for at least 6 hours until firm. Let rest at room temperature for 10 minutes before serving for easier scooping.

Calories: 311kcal, Carbohydrates: 26g, Protein: 3g, Fat: 22g, Saturated Fat: 14g, Trans Fat: 1g, Cholesterol: 73mg, Sodium: 77mg, Potassium: 111mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 19g, Vitamin A: 779IU, Vitamin C: 1mg, Calcium: 89mg, Iron: 1mg

Cuisine: American

Course: Dessert

Author: Annalise

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4 comments on “No-Churn Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ice Cream”

  1. millie Reply

    can I use a heavy whipping cream substitute and a sweetened condensed milk substitute since I dont have any of either? will it still work how it should? If so, what substitute do you think would work the best?

    • Annalise Reply

      I haven’t tested this recipe with substitutes, so I couldn’t say for sure how successful it would be with other ingredients.

  2. Dee Reply

    Why did you stop posting 🙁

  3. acrobat Reply

    The cupcakes are just stunning basket random. You never fail to provide useful advice.

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Can I eat cookie dough ice cream while pregnant? ›

But when you're eight months pregnant, haven't seen your swollen feet in weeks, and suddenly have a craving for Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough ice cream, you might just be wondering, “Can you eat cookie dough ice cream when pregnant?” Let us assuage your fears: Yes, you can!

What does no-churn ice cream mean? ›

What does no-churn mean? It means no ice cream maker required — all you need is 10 minutes and an electric mixer. (Maybe just a whisk if you've been doing your push-ups.) It means just five ingredients and no fussy egg custard included. It means so dangerously easy to make, even a kid could do it.

What is the difference between cookie dough and ice cream cookie dough? ›

There actually aren't that many differences between regular cookie dough and ice cream cookie dough. Ice cream cookie dough tends to contain no leavening (it's unnecessary if you're eating the dough straight), the flour is given a heat treatment to make it safe to eat straight, and the eggs are, of course, pasteurized.

Do the fried cookie dough hites come with ice cream or do you have to order it with it? ›

They are served with a side of ice cream.

What happens if you accidentally eat soft-serve ice cream while pregnant? ›

Eating Ice Cream While Pregnant

The fact is, soft-serve ice cream is made with pasteurized milk, which is safe for pregnant women.

How safe is cookie dough in ice cream? ›

Most cookie dough in ice cream is safe to eat because the flour has been heat-treated and the eggs pasteurized, thus protecting you from such foodborne illnesses as E. coli and salmonella that could be found in homemade cookie dough. The same goes for slice-and-bake and prepackaged cookie doughs.

How do you thicken no churn ice cream? ›

There are some tricks you can use if you want your ice cream to be thicker. First, cornstarch. Cornstarch binds the water molecules and thickens the mixture creating softer and more velvety texture. That's why it is very important, especially in no churn ice cream recipes.

What is the difference between churned and no churn ice cream? ›

Churned ice cream has air whipped into it, which gives it a smooth, fluffy texture. This no-churn ice cream recipe replicates that texture by incorporating whipped cream, which allows us to get that airiness without the churning. That's not the only difference, though.

Is no churn ice cream the same as regular ice cream? ›

Besides not needing an ice cream machine to make this, there are other differences between no-churn ice cream and ice cream made in a machine. One difference is that no-churn ice creams are made without eggs. Another difference is the use of sweetened condensed milk in place of granulated sugar.

Is cookies and cream ice cream just vanilla and Oreos? ›

Cookies and cream ice cream generally mixes in crumbled chocolate sandwich cookies into vanilla ice cream, though variations exist which might instead use chocolate, coffee or mint ice cream.

What is ice cream between two cookies called? ›

A Chipwich is a dessert made with ice cream and chocolate chip cookies. Place a scoop of vanilla ice cream between two chocolate chip cookies and roll the sides in chocolate chips. Chipwich is trademarked by Crave Better Foods, LLC .

Is there raw cookie dough in ice cream? ›

Because of the health risks of eating raw cookie dough, the dough used in cookie dough ice cream is pasteurized and heat-treated.

Does cookie dough ice cream taste like cookie dough? ›

What makes this cookie dough ice cream the best. The ice cream base tastes like cookie dough: Instead of a typical vanilla ice cream as the base, this recipe uses a combination of browned butter, brown sugar, vanilla, and chocolate chips to make the ice cream itself taste like cookie dough!

Does frozen cookie dough taste the same? ›

Generally, it's okay to bake these types of cookies directly from the freezer, but they will not turn out exactly like those that are baked fresh. The taste will remain, but the cookies will not spread as large. If you want the spread to be the same, we recommend thawing the dough for 24 hours in the fridge.

Does Sonic have fried Oreos? ›

Sonic is bringing back one of its fan-favorite desserts, Oreo A La Mode, as part of its Fair Faves menu. It's a crunchy, creamy treat made up of Oreo cookies, battered and fried with a side of vanilla ice cream.

What happens if you eat McDonald's while pregnant? ›

Consuming large quantities of junk food may result in excessive gestational weight gain. This increases the risk of pregnancy complications, such as gestational diabetes, and body image issues.

Is McDonald's cream pasteurized? ›

McDonald's ice cream does not contain egg (the milk in the ice cream is pasteurised).

Can you have McDonald's soft-serve when pregnant? ›

No. It's best to avoid soft-serve ice cream when you're pregnant because listeria bacteria have been found in it.

Is Dairy Queen cookie dough safe? ›

The good news is that the vast majority of commercially-made cookie dough ice creams are safe to eat if you're pregnant. The reason for this is that manufacturers use heat-treated flour and pasteurized eggs, milk and cream in their products, including the cookie dough.

At what temperature is cookie dough safe to eat? ›

These germs are only killed by cooking, so if you want to dig a spoon into your raw cookie dough, it's important to heat-treat it first. So what is heat-treating? It's simply baking or microwaving flour until it reaches a temperature of 165 degrees Fahrenheit, which is high enough to kill any pathogens (via Today).

Can toddlers eat cookie dough ice cream? ›

Cookie dough that comes in store-bought ice cream is safe to eat because it's been treated, Heidt says. Heidt also urges parents to practice safe handwashing when kids are making homemade ornaments using playdough-type material.

What is the secret to making ice cream very creamy? ›

As you churn ice cream, individual water molecules turn into ice-crystal seeds — which is what makes cream freeze. The higher the fat content, the more time you have to churn before these ice crystals congregate, resulting in creamier final texture.

Why is my no churn ice cream icy? ›

My ice cream is icy. This is probably the most common problem with home made ice cream. And it's caused by large ice crystals forming in the mixture as it freezes. Large ice crystals are usually the result of either too much water in the mix or excessively long freezing time.

Why do you put condensed milk in ice cream? ›

What Does Condensed Milk Do in Ice Cream? Sweetened condensed milk is the secret ingredient that makes it easy to make ice cream without an ice cream maker. Sweetened condensed milk is regular cow's milk that has had most of the water cooked out of it to make it thicker and creamier than regular milk.

Is no churn ice cream healthier than regular ice cream? ›

Slow churned ice cream is a dairy-based ice cream marketed as a healthier alternative to regular ice cream. It's made with traditional ice cream ingredients, including milk, cream, and sugar, but is lower in total calories and fat due to its unique manufacturing process.

How do you know when ice cream is churned enough? ›

Run your finger across the custard, and if the line is thick enough that it stays put without dripping or running, it's done—remove it from the heat. A little ice cream is good, so a lot of ice cream is great.

Is churning necessary for ice cream? ›

The churning is necessary because the key to great ice cream is to freeze the custard without allowing ice crystals to develop. Those crystals won't affect the flavor, but they do have an impact on the texture.

What is Mcdonald's ice cream made of? ›

Ingredients: Milk, Sugar, Cream, Corn Syrup, Natural Flavor, Mono And Diglycerides, Cellulose Gum, Guar Gum, Carrageenan, Vitamin A Palmitate.

What can I use instead of an ice cream churn? ›

You can use a hand mixer, immersion blender, or even a very sturdy wooden spoon or spatula and some elbow grease. The Method: Pour your ice cream into an air tight container: I usually use a loaf pan I put inside a large freezer bag or an ice cream container you can buy at the store.

Why did they stop making cookies and cream ice cream? ›

The tubs were discontinued last year as the company worked to reduce the number of products it sold so it could maximise its ability to keep up with customer demand through summer. It caused outrage among the ice cream community.

What is Mcdonald's Oreo ice cream called? ›

Take two great things and put them together. Like our soft ice cream and crumbled-up Oreo cookies.

What is Snoop Dogg cookies? ›

Snoop Dogg's peanut butter chocolate chip cookie recipe - His original cookie features creamy peanut butter and semisweet chocolate morsels, making it the perfect indulgence this holiday season. #

Why are they called Maryland cookies? ›

There's a popular cookie in the United Kingdom and it's named after Maryland. The Burton's Biscuit Company started making chocolate chip cookies called Maryland cookies in 1956. The company brags that its the nation's favorite cookie brand.

What is double trouble cookie? ›

Our Double Trouble Cookie featuring everything you could ever want in a cookie! Half ooey gooey chocolate chip, half decadent triple chocolate, filled with creamy peanut butter & stuffed with an entire Oreo cookie. It's a cookie filled with a cookie!

Is it OK to eat store bought cookie dough? ›

Steps like grinding grain and bleaching flour don't kill harmful germs—and these germs can end up in flour or baking mixes you buy at the store. You can get sick if you eat unbaked dough or batter made with flour containing germs. Germs are killed only when flour is baked or cooked.

Does Ben and Jerry's use raw cookie dough? ›

We are happy to remind parents-to-be everywhere that all of the milk, cream, and eggs used in our flavors are pasteurized during the production process. Pasteurized eggs are also used in all of our chunks and swirls, such as cookie dough or brownie batter.

What ice cream has cookie dough in it? ›

Haagen-Dazs Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough

Haagen-Dazs vanilla ice cream. (It was the best vanilla ice cream in our ranking.) It puts other vanilla ice creams to shame. And opening up a pint of Haagen-Dazs still feels like a fancy treat from the '90s.

What Ben and Jerry's flavor is cookies and cream? ›

Sweet Cream Ice Cream with Chocolate Sandwich Cookies

For all you chocolate sandwich cookie fans, we sunk a whole treasure trove of them in a dreamy sweet cream ice cream, for a wonderfully chunk-luscious adventure you'll love digging into. Enjoy!

Why is Ben and Jerry's so expensive? ›

The cost of Ben & Jerry's has to do with fair trade

As the company explained, fair trade is about prioritizing small farmers. It's recognizing that with intense market competition, small or local farmers often can't afford to sell crops at a price that matches those of a bigger corporation.

Who invented ice cream? ›

Italian Ices

The first European ice creams and water ices (sherbets) were likely made in Italy during the early 1600s (a century after a teenaged Catherine de Medici departed Florence to become queen of France).

Do Oreos taste better frozen? ›

That's right, these cookies are so good they can be enjoyed even after being frozen. Whether you want to prolong the life of your Oreos or you simply want to enjoy them at their peak flavor, freezing them is the way to go.

Why does refrigerated cookie dough taste better? ›

Cookies made from chilled dough are also much more flavorful. This is thanks to a few different factors. The dough becomes hydrated as the dry ingredients soak up moisture from the wet ingredients. This subtle hydration makes the dough less wet, concentrating the flavors.

Can you freeze cookies in Ziploc bags? ›

After baking, allow cookies to cool completely. Place them in a single layer on a parchment-lined baking sheet to freeze them, then store them in a freezer-safe zip-top storage bag labeled with the name and date. Squeeze out extra air and place flat in the freezer. To save space, you can flat-stack freezer bags.

Are Sonic hot dogs fried? ›

A Sonic delight! A delicious dog wrapped in sweet corn batter fried to a crispy golden-brown.

Does Popeyes sell Fried Oreos? ›

You want to know what they actually are? That's a great q, actually. They're Double Stuf Oreos... coated in funnel cake batter...and FRIED.

Is Sonic getting churros? ›

Warm churros are available on the Summer Snacking Menu at Sonic Drive-In, exclusively through the app for $1.49.

What kind of ice cream can I eat while pregnant? ›

Store-bought ice cream

Generally speaking, ice cream that you buy at your local grocery or big box store should be perfectly safe for you to eat. If you're tempted by the soft-serve machine at a local restaurant, that should be fine, too, as long as the ice cream is made with pasteurized milk.

Is it safe to eat frozen cookie dough? ›

No, homemade frozen cookie dough is not safe to eat. Heat is the only way to kill bacteria and germs successfully. Freezing can help you save your dough for a few months, but you'll have to bake it after defrosting it. Freezing doesn't kill bacteria, but the heat does.

What is the best ice cream to eat while pregnant? ›

The best ice cream to eat while pregnant

Nightfood Nighttime Ice Cream is the Official Ice Cream of the American Pregnancy Association because it includes more protein plus prebiotic fiber, digestive enzymes, amino acids and a special mineral blend that includes magnesium and calcium.

Does Tillamook cookie dough ice cream have raw eggs? ›

Yes! The egg yolks in our ice cream are pasteurized to kill any harmful bacteria.

Is it safe to eat Mcdonald's soft serve while pregnant? ›

No. It's best to avoid soft-serve ice cream when you're pregnant because listeria bacteria have been found in it.

Can you have a Mcflurry when pregnant? ›

Soft ice cream and processed products should be fine as they are made with pasteurised milk and eggs. This means that any risk of salmonella food poisoning has been eliminated.

Can I eat ice cream from Dairy Queen while pregnant? ›

Pregnant women can eat ice cream at any stage of pregnancy, so long as it's made with pasteurized ingredients, and doesn't contain raw egg.

Can you eat 2 year old frozen cookie dough? ›

Regular Old Frozen Cookie Dough

If you store it in your fridge, you can usually expect this cookie dough to last about 1 to 2 weeks past the “best by” date. In your freezer, frozen raw cookie dough can actually last 9 to 12 months, giving you plenty of time to use it before it goes bad.

Why do people eat cookie dough? ›

“The appeal of eating raw cookie dough is all about the texture,” she said. “People love texture and variety, and cookie dough is the perfect mix of something that's soft and kind of creamy and sort of chewy.” She wonders, though, whether it also has something to do with nostalgia.

Is there cookie dough thats safe to eat? ›

Manufacturers of premade cookie dough products do take steps to make these raw ingredients safer, including heat-treating flour and pasteurizing eggs. However, while some manufacturers add "safe to eat raw" labels, others add disclaimers on ready-to-bake cookie packaging that discourages consuming raw dough.

Why does ice taste so good while pregnant? ›

Ice doesn't have an odor or taste, so you might crave it because it's a safe food for nausea. Being too hot. 🔥 Pregnancy increases your metabolic rate and causes your blood vessels to swell, making you too hot. Your body will crave items such as ice to cool it down.

Why do you eat ice when pregnant? ›

The intense urge to eat ice cubes during pregnancy is considered to be a form of pica. Pica is characterised by eating non-food items such as clay, chalk, soil, paint chips and plaster. The eating habit is thought to be compulsive, and the consumed items hold little in the way of nutritional value.

Is Blue Bell ice cream pasteurized? ›

Listeria didn't get into ice cream through the milk because Blue Bell uses pasteurized milk, Caroline Smith DeWaal, director of food safety for Center for Science in the Public Interest, told CNN on Tuesday. But listeria could have been carried on foods like nuts that go into ice cream, she said.

Is it OK to use raw eggs in ice cream? ›

Eggs add rich flavor and color, prevent ice crystallization and help create smooth and creamy ice cream. But adding raw or undercooked eggs can cause a Salmonella infection and it's usually the ingredient responsible for a foodborne illness outbreak associated with homemade ice cream.

Is there raw cookie dough in cookie dough ice cream? ›

Because of the health risks of eating raw cookie dough, the dough used in cookie dough ice cream is pasteurized and heat-treated.


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