Easy Gingerbread ice cream

Lately, I have been on a gingerbread flavor kick. Before the year ended I wanted to make something sweet using gingerbread flavor and this easy Gingerbread ice cream was perfect for the new year’s celebration.

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I must warn you that this easy gingerbread ice cream is not the healthiest with all of heavy cream and full fat milk, I wanted to make it the creamiest possible but I am sure it can be made a bit healthier. I just wanted to have something to indulge in for new years so I decided to go all the way.

I was pleasantly surprised at how easy and the unbelievable flavor I got with this ice cream. I think next time I will just go with cardamom ice cream. I got kind of creative and turned the ice cream into ice cream sandwiches. My kids were over the moon so this will be the perfect dessert for the new year’s coming up.

If you make the ice cream sandwiches you can also dip them in melted chocolate if you like and make them even more fancy. This time around I just wanted to keep them simple. This ice cream mixture it is also not to sweet but if you will like to add more maple syrup go ahead.

Moving forward with this recipe I think I am also going to turn the mixture into ice popsicles. They will be perfect for the summer or as a sweet treat.

Well, this will be my last recipe for the year. I hope to bring you even better recipes for the year to come so I wish everyone a happy, healthy successful 2018.

Enjoy!

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Easy Gingerbread ice cream

Yield: 6 servinss

Total Time: 30 minutes

Ingredients:

Directions:

In a large bowl, whisk together all the ingredients.

Pour the mixture into an ice cream maker and process according to your machine's directions. For me the ice cream takes about 20-25 minutes.

Place ice cream mixture into a freezer container and place in the freezer to firm up. About 2-4 hours.


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9 comments

  1. Hola Miryam…no escribo en inglés porque seguro que no me entiendes..je je je…me encanta estos “cuadritos” que has hecho y te aseguro que la haré…solo una cosa las medidas en gramos como serían?? una taza a que equivale y las cucharas que són soperas???
    Felicidades por el blog.
    muchos besos

  2. Hola,

    1 cup equivale a 227 gr
    1/4 cup 57gr o 59ml
    1 tablespoon equivale a 14 gr o 15ml
    1 teaspoon equivale a 4 gr

    te pongo un link que he encontrado que te servira mejor
    http://www.exploratorium.edu/cooking/convert/measurements.html

    Si tienes mas dudas avisame
    Saludos

  3. I’m obsessed with your blog! These bars look so great!

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    on the web. I’m going to recommend this website!

  5. Deliissshhhh!! Just made it and it turned out yummmie! We don’t have pumpkinspice over here, but i found the recipe to make it myselfwhich made it a bit more work, but next me i will have all the spices ready for use. My kids love it too so i am afraid there won’t be anything left by tomorrow, hahahaha

  6. Hi! Can I make this recipe with gf flour? Has anyone made it this way?

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