Today I want to share with you a delicious simple Kitchenaid Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream recipe. There are two reasons I made this ice cream. First, for my birthday in May my hubby bought me a new Kitchenaid Ice Cream Maker attachment. Sadly, I've only gotten to play with it a few times and that's just a shame.
Second, it's been around 100°F every day here in Mississippi for at least a week (maybe two?) and homemade ice cream is the BEST way to remedy stifling heat. Nothing will cool you down faster than a creamy bowl of homemade ice cream!
Speaking of creamy - this ice cream is the creamiest of creamy. It's rich with sweet vanilla flavor that I'm in love with. In addition to all this goodness, it's also eggless or egg-free and it requires no cooking.
I know those things aren't a dealbreaker for everybody, but if you're dealing with an egg allergy and can't have custard-based homemade ice creams, this is a great solution. Or if you don't want to bother with cooking your ice cream then having to cool it before freezing - you're in luck with this recipe!
I think one thing that really gives this ice cream a little extra vavoom is the fact that I usually use homemade vanilla extract. There's just nothing better. But if you don't have any homemade, I also love this Nielsen-Massey Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla. Using a high quality vanilla really takes the ice cream to the next level!
My only problem now is trying to figure out many miles I need to walk so that I can justify eating the whole Kitchenaid bowl full or pouring it over chocolate cake or peach cobbler and having that for breakfast!! 😉
Love ice cream? Check out these other recipes:
- Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream (in Bosch)
- Homemade Cookies & Cream Ice Cream (in Bosch)
- Raspberry Lemon Sorbet
- Easy Ice Cream Sandwich Cake
Kitchenaid Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream
Okay - are you ready for the recipe? It's just below! And if you'd like some more ice cream recipes - scroll down to the bottom and I have some of my favorites linked up!Print
Kitchenaid Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream
- Total Time: 25 minutes
This is a simple, no-cook Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream which works perfectly in a Kitchenaid Ice Cream Maker attachment. It's rich and delicious - and will cool you down this summer!
- 2 cups (or 16 oz.) of heavy whipping cream
- 2 cups (or 16 oz.) of whole milk
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 Tbsp. Vanilla Extract
- Pinch of salt
- In a large mixing bowl, whisk together all of the ingredients until the sugar is dissolved.
- Freeze in your ice cream maker following the directions on your ice cream maker to churn and freeze ice cream. I'm using my brand new Kitchenaid Ice Cream Maker attachment - whoo-hoo!
- After the ice cream has thickened, you can eat it immediately and it's just like soft serve ice cream or spoon it to an airtight container and store in the freezer for an additional 2 hours or more. Then you can scoop it out like store ice cream!
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- Prep Time: 5
- Cook Time: 20
- Category: Dessert
- Method: Freezing
- Cuisine: American
Keywords: ice cream, simple, homemade, no cook, kitchenaid
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I would love to try the vanilla ice cream recipe with the vanilla!
Vanilla ice cream sounds like a good place to try out this vanilla extract. I'm overdue to pull our my ice cream maker.
I would use it in my Custard-like Bread Pudding!
I would love to try the Vanilla Ice Cream recipe, but I also like to use real vanilla in cookie recipes as well. I would love to try the Nielsen-Massey Madagascar Vanilla Bourbon Pure Vanilla. We make ice cream in our house using the Ice Cream Ball that we bought from L.L.Bean. We get a good workout while rolling it around and shaking it...;-)
Jennifer @ The Simple Pen
We love making homemade ice cream and would love to try this vanilla. Yum!!
looks and sounds yummy
I would make some vanilla cookies with rolled vanilla buttercream frosting.. YUMMY!!
I've never made ice cream, but I do make cakes to go along with ice cream. I'd love to try this in one my recipes.
I would love to try the vanilla in this ice cream recipe.
I would make vanilla ice cream.
Love ice cream, I have ice cream everyday and my favorite is vanilla
Love that it has no egg. Would love any recipes for dairy free ice cream/sorbet 🙂
I ONLY use Nielsen Massey Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla Extract in ALL my cakes and cupcakes.. Its AWESOME! I love it... Now I get to try it with a cool ice cream recipe.. thanks! 🙂
Where can I buy that kind of vanilla?
I order it on Amazon 🙂
i'd make my strawberry shortcake cupcakes again. i love this brand of vanilla and would love some more!
I think it would be easier to state what I don't put it in. It seems today just about any baked goods or pastry recipe out there it calls for vanilla. I guess officially the last recipe I did that called for vanilla was a cheesecake, several in fact.
This ice cream recipe and everything else that I LOVE to bake which is just about every other day! Love baking treats and am always baking something new. But lately more gluten free because my little grand son (he's 16 months old) cannot eat gluten. hmmmm however, not sure the Bourbon is a good a idea LOL. But Gramma's gonna LOVE IT. Where can I get this without having to win it?
I would use it in pretty much all of my recipes.
Vanilla cheesecake. My hubby's favorite. 🙂
Oh my I do love that vanilla. I'd surely love to win it, too.
The name of that vanilla is screaming out to be put in some bread pudding! I've never made that before but if I had that bottle in my hands I'd be searching for a good recipe. 😉
Mark S. Thornton
I would love to try it in several recipes that I have.
Yum! Would love to try this
I'd use it in my vanilla cake recipe and also in my hubbys panna cotta recipe. YUM!
I would like to use it to try eggless vanilla cookies for my little one, vanilla ice-cream., eggless vanilla cake 🙂
Hi, Rose! I have been using this Nielsen-Massey Madagascar vanilla for a while now, and it certainly makes a difference to the richness and flavour of my cookies and cakes. Another product they make that I use almost exclusively for my cakes imstead of extract is their vanilla bean paste! When you put in your cake recipe, it's like using the insides of a vanilla bean. You can see the lovely little black specks in the batter and in the finished product too--I love that! Nielsen-Massey is my only vanilla of choice. They are worth every penny!
I would love to try the vanilla in your ice cream recipe. I also would love to try it in my buttercream to add more flavor for the icing. Sounds yummy!
I would love to make chocolate chip cookies or ice cream. Yum! kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.
I LOVE real vanilla! I'd definitely use it in chocolate chip cookies and a little vanilla makes some rockin' french toast! 🙂
I love Vanilla
I can't decide if I would use it in a cheesecake or my apple crisp topping so I think I would use it in each!
I love to bake cookies, cakes, ect. so I would use it in all of my baking. I have never bought the expensive stuff only the imitation so I would love to taste the difference
We'd love to try the ice cream, but mainly would use it in whipped cream to put on all the luscious summer fruits we've been enjoying.
Yummy, I like to add there vanilla bean paste instead .. makes it even better
I would use the vanilla as a perfume, as I am a fanatic for vanilla....or in my salted vanilla caramels. Thanks for this raffle.
I love pure vanilla and madagascar is my favorite so I would like to try Nielsen-Massey brand. I love to bake anything so I would use it in just about all my recipes from butter cream to french toast. I will however be trying this simple ice cream recipe.
I'd use it in my vanilla buttercream!
Wow, sounds gorgeous! I think that well made vanilla ice cream is just the best! I'd use the vanilla in vanilla panna cotta, one of my favourite desserts! 🙂
I would use the vanilla in vanilla cupcakes, yum!!!
Jody @ Seahorse Sweets
That ice cream looks heavenly. Mmmmmm.
Yaneri -Sweet Baker
Hi ya Rose!!! For sure would love to bake something warm and drink with my coffee.
For some reason, I've craving Vanilla glazed scones!!!!! This will come in handy for sure!!!
I would love to try it in this ice cream recipe!!
love this recipe will have to try it for my kids
Sounds like a simple and delicious Vanilla Ice Cream recipe for a first timer. I can't wait to try it.
Yay! I entered!
I want some yummy vanilla!! 🙂
Yum. Homemade ice cream is the best.
Sounds Yummy! Thank you for sharing on Merry Monday! Hope to see ya next week!
Followed recipe, ice cream never thickened. Had to throw it all away. Even kept it mixing for almost an hour since it wasn't thickening after 30 min on the "stir" speed.
🙁 I'm sorry to hear that! What type of ice cream maker did you use?
I used my Kitchen aid mixer with the ice cream bowl attachment.
Hmmm, I'm really not sure what could've gone wrong. I've made this several times with no problems.
maybe they didnt put it in the freezer before
I have made 5 batches of the Vanilla Ice Cream with this recipe using my Kitchenaid Ice Cream Attachment. I have also have made chocolate almond, all have turned out great. Vanilla with homemade hot fudge is my favorite.
I've had the same experience when I placed the bowl in a refrigerator freezer, since that disappointment (twice) I've bought a small chest freezer and once again I've been able to have success. Although the refrigerator freezer was freezing all other foods it just wasn't cold enough.
I may have missed it but how long did this recipe take from start to end? Thanks,
I'm mixing the vanilla ice cream with my attachment as I write this. ☺ Do you have any advice on adapting this recipe with fruit, such as bananas or strawberries?
I’m so disappointed with the vanilla ice cream recipe. It is so sweet and tastes like cake icing. I did love the fact that it had no eggs and the texture is good but sadly, way to sweet for my taste.
This is a perfect simple vanilla ice cream recipe. I cannot imagine why someone gave it only one star. It is what it is. You can jazz it up with toppings or add fruit, whatever. But, this is the real deal base recipe. It is perfect size for the Kitchen Aid ice cream attachment, too!
What do you do if you don't have an ice cream maker?
How long does it take to thicken in the kitchen aid I’ve cream attachment?
It's been ages since I used it but I think 20-30 minutes?
Such an easy and yummy recipe! This is a perfect simple vanilla ice cream recipe. Thank you for sharing it.
the evergreen club
Dear Rose, Indeed you have become my savior. I tried out the recipe and it turned out awesome. The ice cream was soo smooth in texture and my kids couldn't get enough of it. Thank you soo much.
This sounds so easy and amazing. The only thing different I would do is use vanilla bean PASTE. It will look just like Blue Bell vanilla bean ice cream! I love seeing all those delicious tiny beans throughout!! Can’t wait to try this!!!!
That sounds so good! I love seeing the flecks of vanilla beans, too!
First time making my own ice cream. Easy and delicious. Thank you for the recipe. Can’t wait to try more flavors.