Ready for the cutest treat for Christmas? No-Churn Rudolph Ice Cream! I’m one to typically buy something if it can’t be made better at home. So when it comes to ice cream, I don’t have an ice cream maker (I think my husband has maxed me out at kitchen gadgets) but I recently made pecan pie ice cream, no-churn style and I’m hooked! It only takes minutes to make and when I made mine in the morning, it was ready that night! Plus, it’s just so darn cute for the kids (and adults)!
I also made a handy little video for you to see just how easy this Rudolph ice cream is to make! Trust me, you can do it! And your family will thank you! Find the video below!
Ya’ll know I love cute packaging ideas so here are my tips for this treat! I bought a package of these ice cream containers (LOVE THEM). I also find them very handy for taking snacks to go in the car, etc. Anyway, the ribbon I used is the Jenna Stripe from Papermart.com in red/white! It’s a very soft grosgrain which I love! Next up, I made these cute little round labels on this sticker paper (it’s repositionable which is super nice). I got 6 to one sheet. DOWNLOAD ROUND LABEL PRINTABLES
- 2 cups of heavy whipping cream
- 1 14-ounce can of sweetened condensed milk
- 1 5-ounce can of evaporated milk
- 2 cups broken-up pretzels
- 1 cup chocolate chips
- 1 cup red candy-coated chocolates
- In a chilled electric mixer bowl, whip your heavy whipping cream until thickened. You don’t want stiff peaks to form, however.
- Pour in the sweetened condensed milk and the evaporated milk, and beat on low until combined.
- Add in pretzels, chocolate, and candy-coated chocolates.
- Pour into ice cream containers (you can also use a metal loaf pan and top with wax paper).
- Add additional toppings!
- Freeze for 8-12 hours (or until firm).
There you have it! Pretzel antlers, candy chocolate Rudolph “noses”, and chocolate just because! You can certainly add in marshmallows or coconut for “snow” too!