Choc-O-Cherry Ice Cream is a smooth & creamy homemade ice cream recipe packed full of bing cherries & chunks of milk chocolate. It’s the perfect frozen dessert to enjoy all summer long.
How to make homemade ice cream
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I absolutely love it when cherry season rolls around. So we usually have bowls of them everywhere. I couldn’t resist using some in this homemade ice cream recipe.
In my book- cherries always pair with chocolate. So I tossed some chocolate chunks in there too.
Choc-O-Cherry Ice Cream
We used our ice cream maker for this to speed things along. I particularly like it when I’m adding in chunky things because it helps keep those add-ins from sinking. It also keeps me from having to come back at just the right time when freezing the ice cream to add the extras in there. I like dessert to be almost effortless in the summer. So using the ice cream maker just assists with that.
So smooth & so creamy. I swoon for those chunks of cherries in there.
It is SO GOOD my friends! You must try it!
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Choc-O-Cherry (homemade) Ice Cream
- 1 -1/2 cups 2 % milk
- 1- 1/8 cups granulated sugar
- 3 cups heavy cream
- 1- 1/2 tbsp vanilla extract
- 1 cup cherries pitted & quartered
- 1 cup chocolate chunks
- Combine milk & sugar in a medium bowl & whisk until sugar is dissolved. (1-2 min).
- Stir in cream & vanilla.
- Pour into ice cream maker & churn for 10 minutes.
- Continue churning while adding in cherries & chocolate chunks.
- Churn for additional 10 minutes.
- Transfer to airtight container & let set for approximately 2 hours.
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