KitchenAid Ice Cream Recipes

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We love using our KitchenAid Attachment to make homemade ice cream anytime we get the craving, so I’m combining all of my KitchenAid Ice Cream Recipes in one post for you to enjoy. Churning your own ice cream is SO easy with this simple attachment, and two quarts is just the right amount.

I’ve got tons of ideas for new flavors, but in the meantime, if you have suggestions – don’t hesitate to let me know in the comment section below!

KitchenAid ice cream recipes in a collage.

Fruit Flavored Ice Cream

The following ice cream flavors are some of my favorite fruit-filled ones! Strawberry, peach, and blueberry – oh my!

Classic Ice Cream Flavors

These classics – Oreo, Vanilla Bean, and Chocolate Peanut Butter – are always a good choice. Great for adding to desserts too!

Ice Cream with Add-Ins

These are just a few ice cream flavors with adds-ins! Coffee Toffee, Mint Chip, and Peppermint Stick are all oh-so-good!

Anytime Ice Cream

Well, all of these flavors are for anytime, but we do love a great butter pecan, pumpkin, or Reese’s Peanut Butter. So many to choose from.

Newest KitchenAid Ice Cream Recipe

Drumroll please….our Homemade Nutella Ice Cream is just about to hit the blog and you’re gonna love it like we do! Full of that yummy Nutella Spread along with a sweet cream base. You’ve got to try it!

Overhead view of a bowl of nutella ice cream with a Ferrero Rocher candy on top.

KitchenAid Ice Cream

All of these recipes use a 2-quart ice cream maker. We have the KitchenAid Attachment but any 2-quart machine works.

If using a smaller size ice cream maker, you will need to adjust recipe quantities. Make sure your machine has enough room for the ice cream to expand as it freezes. If it doesn’t have room, it will stay in liquid form!

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  1. Or pistachio ice cream

  2. I would LOVE a recipe for banana ice cream with toasted walnuts! Any ideas?
    I really enjoy your website Sue and congratulations on the new baby girl!!

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