No Machine Cherry Cobbler Ice Cream Recipe (No Churn)

By | August 8, 2017

I came across this recipe and it was a bit different so I had to try it. It's interesting because it has you incorporating pieces of cake into the ice cream which seems like a weird idea that might not work. I found that it worked reasonably well, although, you really need to eat the ice cream within a day or two as it doesn't last as well as other batches I've made. I love the idea of a challenge and creating an ice cream flavor that full encapsulates its namesake, in this case the 'Cherry Cobbler.' However, I think it might make more sense to just serve this ice cream with the cake rather than incorporating it as a mix in. This is a 'no churn' recipe which means that no machine is needed and I got it from the This Gal Cooks blog.

Yield: ~2 Litres / 2 quarts

Prep time: 1 hour + 20 mins cooking + 6 hours freezing

Ready to get serious about your ice cream making?

The 'no churn' method is great for occasional batches but if you want to get serious about your ice cream making I suggest you invest in an ice cream maker designed for home use.

The two ice cream makers I recommend are the Cuisinart ICE-70 and the Breville BCI600 XL. Click the images below to read more about those two machines or check out my complete guide to ice cream makers to see all the options and read the pros and cons of each.

Method

Find the full method on the author's blog: https://www.thisgalcooks.com/no-churn-cherry-cobbler-ice-cream/

Notes

  • As I mentioned in the intro, the cake pieces make this recipe not last as long as others so I recommend you eat fast, ideally all in one go. If you can't do that that perhaps consider leaving the cake pieces out and serving that alongside the ice cream
  • I used frozen cherries rather than fresh and they still worked fine 
  • I used a small baking tray rather than an 'iron skillet' for the cobbler baking and that was fine
Cobbler dry ingredients
Cobbler wet ingredients
Finished cobbler
Diced cobbler
Cherry filling
Cherry layer
Cobbler layer
Ice cream layer
More cherries
Cherry Cobbler Ice Cream

Ready to get serious about your ice cream making?

The 'no churn' method is great for occasional batches but if you want to get serious about your ice cream making I suggest you invest in an ice cream maker designed for home use.

The two ice cream makers I recommend are the Cuisinart ICE-70 and the Breville BCI600 XL. Click the images below to read more about those two machines or check out my complete guide to ice cream makers to see all the options and read the pros and cons of each.

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