Peppermint Cookies and Cream No Churn Ice Cream is an easy ice cream recipe filled with peppermint and cookies!
Peppermint Cookies and Cream No Churn Ice Cream
We have a family tradition during the holidays every year that I’ve grown to love. It started when the boys were very little. We bundle up nice and warm and go to the park where our city puts on a delightful display of lights. There are numerous themed displays from Disney scenes to contemporary cartoon characters and classic nativity scenes. It is magical. Kids, as well as adults, flock to the opening night to see the beauty of the lights being turned on and hear local choirs sing signaling the start of Christmas festivities. The spark in my boys’ eyes is worth braving the cold and I’m not a fan of cold weather!
Our family tradition doesn’t end at the park. We bring the festivities home with a dessert and hot chocolate party. Well, for the boys, it’s more like warm chocolate, but you get it!
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Peppermint Cookies and Cream No Churn Ice Cream
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- 8 ounces cream cheese softened*
- 14 ounces sweetened condensed milk*
- 3 Tablespoons Coffee-mate seasonal flavors Peppermin Mocha
- 16 ounces whipped cream
- 2 cups vanilla cookie sandwiches coarsely broken
- Beat cream cheese with an electric mixer until smooth.
- Add sweetened condensed milk and peppermint flavored Coffee-mate creamer and mix until smooth. Gently fold in whipped cream and cookies.
- Place in an air-tight container and place in freezer. Freeze until firm at least an hour.
- Scoop and serve.
Great project !!
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The Better Baker says
Oh how I love simple recipes like this…and coffee creamer..and cookies…and NO CHURN ice cream. Thanks so much for sharing at Weekend Potluck. This is such a winner of a recipe!
Thank you so much! I love an easy recipe too, I don’t have time with young boys to spend making elaborate recipes, even if I do like to cook.
Easy Life Meal & Party Planning says
I just love this recipe – I saw it on Google Plus and then saw it again on Freedom Friday Party and just had to stop by so I could pin it. And your photos are gorgeous!
Thank you so much. It’s one of my favorites! Thanks or stopping by and for pinning.
wendy rozema says
one of our holiday traditions is making Christmas sugar cookie!
Linda @ With A Blast says
Oh this looks good, Paula ! And just the right time for the holidays and our Summer 🙂
Kaylee @ Couponing & Cooking says
Going as a whole family and picking out our Christmas trees on Black Friday
Peter @Feed Your Soul Too says
Just printed the ice cream recipe. Got to give it a try. Thx for sharing.
Hope you like it! Give it time to freeze, that’s the hardest part! 🙂
Gloria // Simply Gloria says
I hear ya on the cold weather, Sista! I love traditions like that… so fun and worth it! I can’t wait to make this for this fun season…LOVE ice cream any time of the year! I have to pin this on a few boards…the world needs to seriously know about this treat! AND…what a fun, cute giveaway! I’m in and crossing my fingers. Especially for those mugs with the goodies!
Good luck on the giveaway!!
I love our Christmas morning brunch. So relaxed and special after a morning full of gift opening and family hang out time.
That sounds good, Megan! I love brunch!!
Mary Beth says
One of my favorite new holiday traditions is our elf on the shelf. Holiday bribery at it’s finest – My son will do anything if the elf is watching!!
oh def, Elf on the Shelf is brilliant in getting the kids to behave!
Amy | Club Narwhal says
Paula, I love hearing about other people’s holiday traditions (we also love seeing holiday light shows)! This ice cream looks so amazing–and perfect for the holidays. I am definitely in the ice cream year-round camp 🙂
Tina @ Tina's Chic Corner says
What a lovely family tradition. 🙂
Thank you for making an ice cream that doesn’t require an ice cream maker. I’m all over this!
Kate P says
I love making homemade healthy gifts for our friends and family. This year it’s Pure Madagascar Bean Vanilla. (My personal tradition is that I always treat myself to a little Baily’s Irish Cream in my coffee on Christmas morning ~ it’s my Merry Christmas to me). It’s really fun to read everyone’s traditions…..thanks for the wonderful giveaway.
Joann S says
driving , enjoying all the Holiday decorations , lights, singing and happy memories
One of my Holiday traditions is spending Thanksgiving with my kids and grands. We gatehr at my daughter’s house where we bake pies and cook turkey and dream of Christmas Joy!
Melissa @ Served Up With Love says
One of our traditions is to pack into the car and drive around to look at lights. I think I enjoy it as much as the kids do. Great giveaway.
Candie Gleason says
This is my favorite time of the year! I get all my grandkids together and they frost all of my cut-out Christmas cookies. It is so much fun and they can’t wait to do it each year 🙂
Stephanie F. says
Having finger foods for Christmas Eve dinner and exchanging white elephant gifts.
Candie Gleason says
These drinks look delish!!!
Baking cookies for everyone 🙂
Stephanie Reed says
Making Christmas cookies and watching A Christmas Story, Bad Santa and Home Alone.
One of my favorite holiday traditions is making cookies and other goodies with my kids before Christmas. My brothers and I did this with our Mom, and now my kids with me. Christmas is my favorite holiday by far.
Sylvia Mollison says
Our favourite holiday tradition is “Cookie Hooky Day” My sisters, kids, and niece play “hookiy” from work and school and bake holiday cookies and treats to give away as gifts! Everyone is starting to ask when cookie hooky day is and when they can expect their treats!
Too cute, I may have to do that!!
Lori Who Needs A Cape? says
One of our holiday traditions is Xmas Eve watching Christmas Vacation and drinking hot cocoa & eating popcorn.
My favorite part of Christmas is making goodies with my grand daughters (5 and 9) and then of course watching them on Christmas day, especially the stocking part. <3
Our holiday traditions include baking lots of cookies and candy, and spending time with family.
Christina Z says
I love every year taking kids to see the train display downtown and dinner afterwards. Always great fun and takes me back to my childhood memories of my Dad taking us when we were kids.
Nicole Balogh says
Driving around town as a family to check out all the Christmas lights.
kathy myers says
We love to spend Thanksgiving together and watching football.
Looks so amazing! Great job 🙂
Tami Dragoo says
What a wonderful package for a giveaway!
Susan @ Love in the Ktchen says
Decorating the house and family dinners are my favorite part of the holidays!
I go to my son’s house for Christmas morning with the grandkids!
Jenn I. says
One of our holiday traditions is having homemade hot chocolate and cookies on Christmas Eve while watching The Polar Express. It’s my favorite tradition!
Thanks for a great giveaway! I need this! Lol. I’ve always wanted a French press and (embassingly) I just broke my last glass mug 🙁
angelia medlin says
Our family holiday tradition is to listen to the Muppets singing while opening presents. Got to love Ms. Piggy & Kermit singing!
Debra O says
We love giving gifts to kids who are less fortunate
Asimina kaminis says
We get a little silly over here, we tell the kids that the elves try to steal there underwear so they don’t come out all night! Every year we take one under wear and we put by the skylight make it look like the elves came it works like a charm they never leave there room on Christmas Eve night!
The other tradition is we cut our tree every year
lol, that’s too funny!
Ohhh, you know – my holiday tradition is EATING. Its my time of year to get away with all the goodies 🙂
Sad Eyed Lady says
I don’t know if it’s really a tradition, but the kids are allowed to play with their Santa gifts and stocking stuff before getting us up. Everything that has to be unwrapped is off limits until mom and dad are awake!
Steven R. Godbehere says
I am excited to try this recipe. I am sure my son would love it as much as I would! Good luck everyone on the giveaway!
We always open one gift on Christmas eve night.
My holiday tradition has always been having the family over for Christmas Eve. I cook appetizers all day long and that’s what we feast on. In the past I would buy Christmas cookies but this year I’ll make a variety of mini cupcakes.
Lisa Ehrman says
One of our favorite holiday traditions is decorating the house for Christmas on Thanksgiving evening.
We have so many holiday traditions but I think my very favorite is my hubby reading “Twas the Night Before Christmas” to the girls on Christmas Eve. He’s done this every single year since our oldest was born. 🙂
What a wonderful treat! I love peppermint – and it usually goes in overdrive during December. Kind of like pumpkin and October. 🙂 Our favorite family tradition is baking and decorating Christmas cookies with all the little ones in our family.
Caitlin Scott says
Driving around and looking at Christmas lights with my kids! And also baking cookies and treats to give as gifts!
Simba C says
Always have green bean casserole & pumpkin pie try too always have a real tree for Xmas
Making 12 different types of cookies with my family, then packaging them up and delivering them to people as Christmas gifts!
Tiffany Best says
This looks yummy! Our favorite family tradition is putting up the christmas lights and decorating the house the day after Thanksgiving. We do my parents house and our house!
Nancy P.@www.thebittersideofsweet says
Favorite holiday tradition is doing our annual baking day where we all come together and bake lots of goodies, then we divide and take home! Thanks for the giveaway Paula!
Debbie Caraballo says
One of our holiday traditions is having appetizers, dips, and homemade chili on Christmas Eve.
Thanks for the chance to win!
Looks wonderful….love baskets!
Raquel @ Organized Island says
Looks delicious. I love peppermint!
Thank you Raquel – be sure to enter for the prize pack!
Megan - The Emotional Baker says
This ice cream looks amazing! I love peppermint, but I’ve never had it with cookies. What a great idea!
Thanks Megan, I wanted a little ‘something’ in there, I liked how it turned out.