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Creamy No Churn Coffee Toffee Ice Cream – No Machine Needed!

No Churn Coffee Toffee Ice Cream

Folks, I have a love/mistrust relationship with pinterest. I’d tell you why, but I’d like for you to continue to trust my ability to cook. When I saw no churn ice creams take over my pinterest feed I politely ignored them until one day I gave in to the ‘what if’. My healthy skepticism prevailed until I took one bite of this No Churn Coffee Toffee Ice Cream… then another, then another and by the time I had finished my bowl I knew this was going to be the beginning of a beautiful foodship. 

No Churn Coffee Toffee Ice Cream

Despite it’s lack of ‘churning’ the ice cream is still remarkably creamy from the whipping of the cream itself and the richness of the condensed milk. In texture it is not quite as voluptuous as a custard based churned ice cream, but it is delicious and addictive nonetheless. Also, it’s so quick. You can whip the cream up in about 5 minutes, fold in the remaining ingredients, call it a day and graciously accept everyone’s oohs and aahs when you proudly serve your homemade ice cream. 

With my diehard love for coffee – I drink it black folks – it took some restraint to keep the coffee flavor at an everyone friendly level, but I was truly quite happy with it. If you want a more prominent coffee flavor in this no churn coffee toffee ice cream then feel free to increase the coffee by another 1/2 tbsp. I wouldn’t go far over that because the sugar in this recipe comes from the condensed milk – if you make your ice cream too bitter then ‘fixing’ it is a little tricky.

coffee toffee icecream

5 from 1 vote
No Churn Coffee Toffee Ice Cream
Author: Sarah - Flour & Spice Blog
Ingredients
  • 2 cups whipping cream
  • 1.5 tbsp instant coffee
  • 1 tbsp milk
  • 1 can condensed milk
  • 1/3 cup skor bits
Instructions
  1. Warm the milk slightly, mix in the instant coffee granules and set aside.
  2. Whip the cream till stiff peaks form
  3. Fold in the condensed milk, coffee solution and half the skor bits.
  4. Pour the ice cream mix into your container of choice, sprinkle more skor bits over top and freeze for 6+ hours.
Recipe Notes

- this makes for a delicious easy base, have some fun with it!

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23 Comments

  • Reply
    Melissa @ Smells Like Brownies
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    Oh my gosh, this sounds delicious. And I love a good no-churn ice cream!

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      sarahjmir@gmail.com
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      Thank you, it really is, you should try it!

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    Paisley and Krish
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    This looks delicious..I’m loving the recipe collection you have on your blog!

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      sarahjmir@gmail.com
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      Thank you so much!

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    Eraj
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    Do you know that your page is now number 2 most-visited webpage on my phone? Yup! (Number one being my banking home page hah)
    Not that I am conplaining, but I am trying to lose baby weight here!!
    I really want this ice cream but since my month-of-may allowed indulgence was pre-decided in April, I shall designate this ice cream as my month-of-June allowed indulgence 🙂 see, totally in control here 😉

    PS – I do miss your three things thursday posts.. have you stopped doing them?

    Take care!

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      sarahjmir@gmail.com
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      woohoo!!! that’s great to know. given that I used to be a financial advisor I thoroughly approve of banking being your first most visited webpage! so today will be the last TTT link up – it should be up soon!

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    Kloesunny @ Kloe's Kitchen
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    Where do I even start! I love your new site and I absolutely ADORE this recipe!!!! 🙂 I am going to follow you….

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      sarahjmir@gmail.com
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      thank you so so much Kloe! you totally made my day!

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    Vajeea
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    Sarah that looks awesome and so easy! Gonna give it a try soon!

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      sarahjmir@gmail.com
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      thanks Vajeea and please do!

  • Reply
    This Cake is Desi
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    I’m not a big coffee drinker but sometimes espcially with ice -creams and cakes I feel it just tastes perfect. This looks amazing!

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      sarahjmir@gmail.com
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      then this would be great for you – the coffee isnt too strong at all! i was going to have some kids over and didn’t want them to a.) refuse to eat it or b.) be all hopped up on caffeine!

      • Reply
        This Cake is Desi
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        I keep forgetting about all these things now that my kids are a bit grown up. But yes too many energetic kids can be a bit hard to handle.:D

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          sarahjmir@gmail.com
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          hehe you lucky woman, i barely survive some days (i.e. hide in my closet and eat my feelings to cope)

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    salmadinani
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    oh my, this looks so delicious!

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      sarahjmir@gmail.com
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      thank you salma! it was easy and delicious!

  • Reply
    Nisha @ love laugh mirch
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    SARAH! I’m coming, save me some ice cream please 🙂 lol It look amazing!

  • Reply
    Psychic Nest
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    Hi Sarah,

    I can’t take my eyes off the photos, this ice cream looks delicious. I need to try it! Thank you! 🙂

    Zaria

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    No Churn Kulfa Ice Cream - Flour & Spice
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    […] bought a can of condensed milk the other day “just in case”. First there was the sublime coffee toffee ice cream and now it meets a sunnier more refreshing counterpart, my riff on the classic kulfi, that milky […]

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    Halal Mommy
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    Love this! It looks heavenly.

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      sarahjmir@gmail.com
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      thank you so very much!

  • Reply
    Naveen Sohail
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    I love coffee ice tea and your recipe helped me to making it home easily.

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      sarahjmir@gmail.com
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      how awesome!!! it is one of my FAVOURITE drinks and I have never thought of making it with this ice cream! Love that you did!

    Penny for your thoughts?