Blackberries and Cream Ice Cream is an easy, no churn recipe that everyone will love. It is an awesome dessert for summer barbecues and get togethers.
Our ranch has tons of wild blackberries. Many of the bushes grow along the fence lines. The wild blackberries were finally ripe a few weekends ago. So me and Emmet set out on the 4-wheeler with buckets in hand.
It was so about 96 degrees outside and we did take a few minutes to cool off in the creek. After about an hour my husband joined us and took us to the mother lode of blackberry bushes. We picked about 20+ cups of blackberries. Wild blackberries are smaller than what you buy at the market but they totally make up for it in flavor.
I made a nice blackberry pie, shared a few of the blackberries with my in-laws and then I made this Blackberries and Cream Ice Cream. It was so easy to put together and I didn't even use the ice cream machine. The hardest part was waiting on it to freeze!
Now onto these fabulous recipes for hosting the most amazing Ice Cream Social!
Ice Cream Social
- Waffle Bowls from Barbara Bakes
- Black Forest Ice Cream Sundaes from Creative Culinary
- Bourbon Caramel Sauce for Ice Cream Sundaes from The Heritage Cook
- Vegan Banana Split Popsicles from Stetted
- Raspberry Ice Cream from Jeanette’s Healthy Living
- Cassata Ice Cream Cake from Spice Roots
- Roasted Apricot and Shortbread Ice Cream Bars from Willow Bird Baking
- Plum, Blackberry and Sage Frozen Yogurt from The Wimpy Vegetarian
- Blueberry Plum Sorbet from Healthy Delicious
- Mocha Ice Cream from That Skinny Chick Can Bake
Blackberries and Cream Ice Cream
- 3 cups heavy whipping cream
- 1 14 oz can sweetened condensed milk
- 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
- 3 cups blackberries
- Whip the cream until soft peaks form. Fold in vanilla and sweetened condensed milk. Fold in berries until well combined.
- Place in an airtight container and freeze 12 hours or overnight.
I'm so envious of your wild blackberries!! I'd eat 10 pounds straight up then make your amazing ice cream!
I am enjoying having the wild berries, they are impossible to resist!
Heather | girlichef
Oh, it doesn't get much better than sweet wild blackberries! I love the simplicity of this ice cream, I want to eat it all up!
Thanks Heather! This ice cream was too good, I didn't want to share!
Jane, The Heritage Cook
I am enthralled with the ease of making this ice cream! My father-in-law has berry bushes and I have an idea that the berries are going to wind up in this ice cream. I can't wait! Your photos are so gorgeous, they make us all want to dive headfirst into the bowl!! 🙂
Thanks so much. Fresh berries are the best and your compliments on my photos totally made my day!
How fabulous that you picked the blackberries yourself. Your ice cream is a perfect addition to our ice cream party.
Thanks so much! My family really enjoyed it.
susan // the wimpy vegetarian
I would love to have my own blackberry bushes!! There's nothing better than fresh, warm berries. And I love ice cream with sweetened condensed milk!!!
There's nothing better than summer fresh berries!
Hay girl you have done it again, so simple and such a great idea for the forth great pictures
Thank you!! I know you would love it.
I love how easy this recipe is. It sounds like a great way to use the fat berries we get here!
This is exactly how I make my mango icecream! I won't have access to the freshest berries like yours but I know I will love this icecream with whatever berries I will get at the market! Love it.
oh my goodness this is fantastic! I invite you to share at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop. Hugs!
Oh, how nice to have access to freshly picked blackberries!! This ice cream sounds delicious.
Can you use frozen berries
Barbara | Creative Culinary
I have grown increasingly fond of blackberries and love the flavor and the colors they bring to a dish. You now have me imagining a creek, barefeet and some berries in my hand...ah...the lazy days of summer.
Then mom would should up with this ice cream and life would be perfect! 🙂