Homemade Ice Cream with Cookie Crumbles

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Have you ever made ice cream before? If you haven’t then you are missing out! You don’t need a big machine that takes up space, though they do look like a breeze to use. I have a Zoku Ice Cream Maker that makes a single serve size in about 10 minutes! The negative is that it does take a bit of arm work to whip up, but the positive is that everyone in the family can make and customize their own bowl. Today I want to share with you our favorite homemade ice cream with cookie crumbles, that works with whatever type of ice cream maker you have. You’ll find nothing artificial in it and can make it with all organic ingredients too! It’s so simple and yummy!

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Vanilla Homemade Ice Cream with Cookie Crumbles

Recipe for (1) 6oz serving. Adjust to the size of your ice cream maker

1/4c milk. I use almond milk, but whole milk is fine. {how to make homemade almond milk}

1/4c heavy cream

1 Tbl + 1 tsp of pure cane sugar

1 tsp pure vanilla

sprinkle of sea salt

Toppings or Mix it right in as your ice cream churns.

Back to Nature Chocolate Chunk Cookies, cut into tiny pieces

Back to Nature Cookies – any flavor crumbled!

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Cookie leftovers? I drop one in my boys’ lunchboxes for a special treat.

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