Indulging in a homemade dessert can be a delightful experience, particularly when two beloved desserts are combined: Oreo cookies and creamy ice cream. Creating your Oreo ice cream with milk is not only a simple and rewarding process but also ensures a flavorful end product that is certain to please both children and adults. A tasty ice cream with the irresistible taste of Oreos and the richness of a traditional frozen treat can be made with just a few simple ingredients and very little work.
Oreo Ice Cream With Milk
Everyone loves our homemade Oreo ice cream recipe, which is made with Oreo milk and is rich and creamy.
- Time to Prepare: 25 minutes
- Time Required: 10 minutes
- Ice cream maker
For The Oreo milk
- 1 cup whole milk
- ½ cup oreo cookies crumbled
For The Oreo ice cream
- 1 cup oreo milk use all of the recipe above (will be more than 1 cup with addition of oreos)
- ½ cup granulated sugar
- 2 cups heavy cream
- ¼ teaspoon of salt
- 6 egg yolks
- 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
- 1 cup oreos crushed
To Prepare The Oreo Milk
- Put the milk and half a cup of Oreos in a mason jar or another lidded container. Put it in the fridge for at least 15 minutes to rest. Shake the milk vigorously to generate Oreo milk.
For Ice Cream Preparation
- Combine the Oreo milk, sugar, salt, and one cup of heavy cream in a saucepan. The sugar is completely dissolved after being heated and stirred. Continue to sauté until the liquid is barely simmering.
- Whisk the egg yolks in a medium basin while the milk heats. As you whisk the egg whites very hard, slowly pour the milk mixture into them. And do so gradually; otherwise, you will wind up with scrambled eggs.
- Pour back into the pan and continue to simmer, stirring constantly, until the mixture thickens (or, as the saying goes, until it coats the back of a spoon or spatula). However, avoid boiling it.
- Add the last cup of heavy cream to the custard in a bowl and mix it all. Then, add the vanilla extract. Cover the basin and refrigerate it for several hours; however, I always refrigerate it overnight.
- Process ice cream using your ice cream maker. When the batter is ready, spoon it into a pan; I used a parchment-lined loaf pan.
Tips Of Making Oreo Ice Cream
Creating Oreo ice cream from scratch can be a delightful and rewarding experience. Here are a few tips to ensure your Oreo ice cream comes out perfectly:
1. High-Grade Ingredients:
Use high-quality ingredients, including fresh cream, milk, and Oreo pastries. The superior the ingredients, the more flavorful the ice cream.
2. Chill Your Equipment:
To start making ice cream, ensure the bowl or the mixture is chilled enough. This expedites the ice cream’s freezing and improves its texture.
3. Crush Oreos Thoughtfully:
Crush Oreo cookies into tiny chunks instead of fine crumbs when adding them to ice cream. This offers a gratifying contrast in terms of crispness and texture.
4. Don’t Overmix:
Avoid excessive mixing when manufacturing ice cream. A denser, less creamy texture can result from overmixing. Follow the instructions for churning time on your ice cream maker.
5. Layer Ingredients:
As the ice cream is being churned, add Oreos in layers. This aids in the uniform distribution of cookie crumbs throughout the ice cream.
6. Consider The Stabilizer:
You can make your ice cream smoother and less likely to get ice crystals by adding a stabilizer like cornstarch or a small amount of booze like vodka or rum.
7. Varieties Of Flavor:
Be inventive with flavor modifications. Oreo ice cream can be given a unique flavor by adding chocolate chips, caramel swirls, or even peanut butter.
How To Store Homemade Oreo Ice Cream?
Maintaining the texture and flavor of homemade Oreo ice cream requires appropriate storage. Here are some measures to take to ensure that your ice cream remains delicious and fresh:
1. Utilize Airtight Containers
Place your homemade Oreo ice cream in an opaque container. You can put the ice cream in a plastic or glass container with a lid that fits tightly, or you can cover it with plastic wrap and seal the container. Reduce the risk of freezer burn by minimizing the amount of air space in the container.
2. Packaging and Layering:
If you have multiple containers or are storing a variety of flavors, label them explicitly. Put a piece of plastic wrap right on top of the ice cream before you close the container. This prevents ice crystal formation on the upper layer.
3. Keep the Container in the Freezer:
It is best to put the bottle in the back of the freezer, where it is usually the coldest. Ensure the freezer is at or below -18°C (0°F). Maintaining the quality of your ice cream requires consistent, low temperatures.
4. Minimize Temperature Fluctuations:
Avoid frequently opening the freezer door, as temperature fluctuations can result in freezer damage and quality loss. Instead of repeatedly opening the freezer, try to remove everything you need at once.
5. Use Within a Few Months:
Two to three months is the optimal shelf life for homemade ice cream. Even though it can be stored for longer, its texture and flavor may begin to degrade over time.
6. Thawing Before Serving:
If you want to enjoy your homemade Oreo ice cream right away, take it out of the freezer and put it in the fridge for 10 to 15 minutes to soften a bit. This facilitates scooping and assures a more uniform consistency.
7. Protect from Odors:
Ice cream can absorb freezer aromas, so store it in a dedicated ice cream section of the freezer, sealed away from strong-smelling foods.
8. Rotate Your Stock:
Rotate your ice cream containers regularly if you have multiple containers. This aids in preventing the formation of ice crystals and keeps your ice cream fresh.
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