No Churn Cherry Cobbler Ice Cream

I believe everyone should have a fool-proof, no churn ice cream recipe in their recipe collection because it’s easy to make and doesn’t require dragging small appliances out of hard to reach cabinets.
No Churn Cherry Cobbler Ice Cream | This Gal Cooks

Do you have that problem too? Stuffing small appliances that rarely get used into hard to reach cabinets? Mine always end up in the small cabinet above my refrigerator. Whenever I need to use said appliances, I have to drag out and use the step stool so I’m able to reach them. It’s such a pain. If I can make something without having to reach for those appliances, I will.

No Churn Cherry Cobbler Ice Cream

While browsing the web Saturday morning, I found a no churn Key Lime Pie Ice Cream recipe from Fake Ginger. It looked good and it resulted in me craving for a bowl of ice cream. I had a bag of fresh cherries and a carton of heavy cream in my refrigerator. I had sweetened condensed milk in my pantry. These are the staples of a good no churn ice cream recipe.

While I was at BlogHer Food a couple of weeks ago, Emily from It Bakes Me Happy shared this roasted Strawberry Ice Cream on my blog. I used her recipe as the base for my no churn cherry cobbler ice cream recipe. The recipe makes approximately 4-5 pints of ice cream. If you use a standard sized loaf pan, you won’t have enough room in the pan for all of the ice cream and cobbler topping.  I put the leftover cobbler topping, ice cream and a drizzle of chocolate syrup into two 10oz ramekins and placed them in my freezer for a few hours. Ken and I were able to enjoy them before the larger batch of ice cream was ready to eat.

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No Churn Cherry Cobbler Ice Cream
 
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Everyone knows cobbler and ice cream go hand in hand. This No Churn Cherry Cobbler Ice Cream brings the two together in one creamy, crazy good made from scratch dessert!
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Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 20
Ingredients
For the cherry filling:
  • 2 C fresh pitted cherries
  • 2 tbsp brown sugar
  • 1 tbsp bourbon (replace with lemon juice if you don't want to use bourbon)
  • 1-2 tsp cornstarch
For the cobbler topping:
  • 1¼ C all purpose flour
  • ⅓ C granulated sugar
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • ½ tsp ground cinnamon
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • 1 large egg
  • ½ C milk
  • 6 tbsp butter, melted
  • ½ tsp vanilla extract
For the ice cream
  • 16 oz heavy cream
  • 2 cans sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 vanilla bean, inside scraped out for use in ice cream
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Prepare and bake the cobbler topping. In a mixing bowl, whisk together the flour, granulated sugar, baking powder, salt and cinnamon. In another mixing bowl, whisk together the egg, milk, melted butter and vanilla. Pour the mixture into the flour mixture and mix until all of the flour mixture is moist. Pour the mixture into a cast iron skillet and bake at 350 for 15-20 minutes. Once done baking, remove from the oven and allow to cool. Then cut into small chunks.
  3. Prepare the cobbler filling. In a sauce pan over medium heat, mix together the cherries, cornstarch, bourbon and brown sugar. Cook until the cherries are mashable, about 10-15 minutes, and then mash the cherries. It's ok if you have chunks. You just want to break them up. Once done cooking, set aside and allow to cool.
  4. Prepare the ice cream mixture. In the bowl of a stand mixer (or you can use a hand mixer) beat the heavy cream until soft peaks form. Slowly mix in the sweetened condensed milk and vanilla bean until well incorporated.
  5. Prepare your Cherry Cobbler Ice Cream. Line a 9x5 loaf pan with parchment paper. Place ⅓ of the cherries in the bottom of the pan. Then top with some of the cobbler topping chunks. Pour enough of the ice cream mixture over top to cover the cherries and cobbler topping chunks. Add another ⅓ of the cherries and cobbler topping mixture. Then pour more ice cream over top, covering the cherries and the chunks. Carefully swirl this layer with a butter knife. Pour enough ice cream to come to just under the rim of the loaf pan. Add the remaining cherries and swirl with a butter knife. Cover with plastic wrap by pressing the plastic wrap onto the surface of the ice cream. Freeze for 6-8 hours or overnight.
Notes
Cobbler topping recipe adapted from Williams Sonoma Baking Book.

Ice Cream mixture recipe from It Bakes Me Happy.

Any unused ice cream mixture and cobbler topping can be used to make any other type of ice cream you prefer. I placed the cobbler topping, chocolate syrup and the ice cream into two 10oz ramekins to make Chocolate Cobbler Ice Cream.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: ½ C

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Comments

  1. says

    I love cobblers, and cherry is one of my favorite flavors! The fact that this ice cream is no-churn makes it really appealing. I have an ice cream maker, but things do take longer with it. If I can have my ice cream a bit faster, I will! This looks incredible, Julie!

    • says

      Cherry Cobbler is definitely my favorite type of cobbler, with peach coming in at a close second. I have an ice cream maker as well but it’s so noisy and then I still have to freeze it before eating because I prefer my ice cream to not be so soft! So no churn is a win-win. Thanks for stopping by, Marcie!

  2. says

    I have the hardest time sitting down to watch movies too! I have this problem even at home, though. I just can’t stop going and doing all that I want to do, especially in the kitchen. :) A movie has to be really good for me to want to sit through it. :)

    This ice cream… oh my! It’s hard to beat a good cherry cobbler, but I think this ice cream might just do that! I’m interested in trying a no-churn ice cream to see how it compares to ice cream made in my ice cream maker. :)

    • says

      That’s how I am with movies. They have to be good enough for me to sit through. But I would much rather give them a try at home than in the theater! Now TV shows, I can binge on those. We watch most shows on Netflix and have been known to breeze through 6-7 episodes during an afternoon or an evening!

      You definitely need to try a no churn ice cream. This was my first time trying one. I was impressed at how rich and creamy it turned out. Thanks so much for stopping by. I hope you enjoy he recipe if you try it!

  3. says

    Wow, that ice cream looks amazing Julie,and the photos are gorgeous!! I am finding it quite difficult to get good pictures of ice cream. I might need a tutorial. ;)

    We have found our first major difference, I love movies. I can sit down and watch one after another, as long as I have popcorn…and ice cream!

    • says

      Thank you, Lisa! I don’t really have any method to it. I scoop the ice cream when it’s really cold and try to get a really round scoop. But I don’t really think of that as a method. ;)

      OMG, our first difference! But I still think we are long lost friends or friends from past lives. ;) I can sit and binge watch TV shows. In fact, Ken and I have been watching episodes of Weeds since about 7:00 tonight. At 30 minutes per episode, we are on the 7th or 8th episode now!

      Thanks for stopping by!

    • says

      You will love it, Emily! We love ice cream at my house too. Ken is eating some right now. :)

      Thanks for stopping by and thanks again for the easy no churn recipe that you shared a while back!

  4. says

    Julie, I’m just like you. I don’t know if it’s more the ‘got to be doing something useful’ thing with me, but I can’t stand feeling like I wasted 2 or 3 hours watching something that I found uninteresting. I’m pretty hard to please with movies and like you would rather watch at home where I can ‘escape’ if I need to!!
    As for this ice cream, well I’m not usually an ice cream girl but I LOVE the sound of this! Definitely pinning and sharing. Really like that I don’t need an ice cream maker to have a go!

  5. says

    Julie, this looks absolutely delicious!!! I have to stop saying it and really make some ice cream – maybe this one will be the first. I am the same way you are about movies, I’d much rather watch them at home. I get too antsy stuck in a movie theatre. :) Hope you had a great holiday weekend – pinning this, of course. Have a happy Tuesday!

    • says

      Yes! You need to make ice cream, Cindy! It’s totally worth it but also dangerous. Tasty ice cream is a dangerous thing to have on hand. ;)

  6. says

    oh lawdy… it’s ice cream time already? That means summers here \o/

    Never delved into the realm of homemade ice cream.. but this looks like a good place to start :)

  7. says

    Julie I am TOTALLY the same way about going to a theater to watch a movie. I usually end up liking them too – I’ve only walked out of a few in my life – but I definitely prefer watching at home! And having this ice cream?? Well, that would be a complete perk and even more reason to pull up the “on demand” channels!! Pinned!!

    • says

      Thank you for the pin, Claire! Now if we replace movies with TV shows, it’s a totally different story! I can binge watch a good show anytime. And then kick myself in the ass for wasting hours of time on TV shows!

  8. says

    Popcorn has nothing on ice cream, that is for sure. I’ve never completely understood that movie snack craze anyways (pretzels? Reeses? anyone??) Movies are a treat around here, probably more than homemade ice cream. I love that this is no churn! And those swirls, mmm yum, I can’t stop drooling over them!

  9. says

    This looks delicious! Do you mind if I link back to your recipe and use a photo in my ice cream round up post this week?

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