**this recipe does require an ice cream making machine**Making Oreo vanilla ice cream requires very few ingredients. All you need is: 1 cup whole or 2% milk ¾ cup sugar 2 cups heavy cream 1 tablespoon vanilla 1–2 cups crushed Oreos (depending on how Oreo-y you like yours!) Steps: 1: In a medium-sized bowl, whisk the sugar and the milk together until the sugar is dissolved. 2: Stir in the heavy cream and vanilla. 3: Cover and refrigerate for about 2 hours. 4: Take out your frozen KitchenAid Ice cream attachment bowl (it needs to stay in the freezer for roughly 15 hours before you can make the ice cream. I did not know this when I went to make this ice cream the 1st time — always read instructions!) and attach all the necessary items to the stand mixer. 5: While the mixer is on (set to “spin”) pour the mixture into the bowl (this can be slightly challenging. My advice is to use something that has a spout or use a smaller measuring cup) 6: Let the mixer mix until the ice cream has thickened. Mine took about 25 minutes. You’ll notice it start to rise in the bowl. 7: Toward the end, add the crushed-up Oreos (while it’s still mixing). 8: Scoop out the ice cream with a soft spatula (you’ll be surprised how much it makes!) and put it in the freezer for 4-8 hours. Enjoy! You’ll notice that it will still be pretty soft (yay, no preservatives!!) My husband went totally nuts for this and he doesn’t even really eat sweets. Looks like I’ll be making more ice cream this summer.
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