No Churn Blueberry Cheesecake Ice Cream Recipe

By | April 15, 2017

This is one of my all time favorite recipes and one that was very well received by my family who I made it for and shared it with. If you take a wider look at ice cream flavors you'll notice that you can pretty much add 'cheesecake' to any flavor to create an entirely new flavor. You'd think it might get boring and perhaps it does eventually but the cream cheese addition just goes so well in so many different combinations that its no wonder that cheesecake (actual cakes) and the ice cream versions are so popular! Save this one for a dinner party as the presentation is also great as the blueberry purple marbles throughout the white cheesecake ice cream base.

Yield ~ 1.5 litres / 1.5 quarts

Prep time: 80 mins (including cooling the cooked berries) + 6 hours freezing

My rating: 5/5

Read on for my notes on the recipe and detailed photos of the steps.

Blueberry Cheesecake 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.

Method

Notes

  • I always whip the whipping cream separately without any other ingredients added to avoid over whipping into butter. Then you can mix briefly with the electric mixer to combine and fold through with rubber spatula to finish
Stewing the blueberries

Stewing the blueberries

Whipping the cream

Whipping the cream

Ready to go in the freezer

Ready to go in the freezer (our batch is on the left)

Those colors look amazing!

Those colors look amazing!

Serve and enjoy! (the pink batch is strawberry)

Serve and enjoy! (the pink batch is strawberry)

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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