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peanut butter ice cream recipeA few weeks ago we decided to head downtown and see where the evening took us.  It was a beautiful summer night.  Not too hot with a slight breeze.  We met some of our friends for dinner and afterward went to Freemont Park to play.  To cap off our night we made a stop at the window at Hot ItalianHot Italian is a super cute pizza place.  They have Vespas everywhere and the best gelato around.  They have a cannoli gelato that is my favorite but my husband ordered the peanut butter and for the first time ever I was a little envious of his gelato over mine.  I woke up the next day and could not get the peanut butter gelato out of my head, hence how my Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Ice Cream was born.

The thing about peanut butter ice cream is that it is really easy to go overboard with the peanut butter.  You do not want to be scraping peanut butter off of the roof of your mouth when you are eating some ice cream.  This recipe has a good balance of peanut butter.  It was an instant hit around my house.  I do not like milkshakes, but I have been told that this ice cream makes a mean milk shake.

peanut butter chocolate chip ice cream recipe1 cup creamy peanut butter
3/4 cup sugar
1 1/4 cup whole milk
2 cups heavy cream
2 teaspoons vanilla
6 ounces semi sweet chocolate

peanut butter chocolate chip ice cream recipeIn a medium saucepan, melt the peanut butter over medium heat.

peanut butter chocolate chip ice cream recipeAdd the milk.

peanut butter chocolate chip ice cream recipeAdd the cream.

peanut butter chocolate chip ice cream recipeWhisk in the sugar.

peanut butter chocolate chip ice cream recipeAdd in the vanilla.  Whisk the ice cream until the mixture comes together.  Chill the mixture over night.

peanut butter chocolate chip ice cream recipeAfter the base has chilled, pour the mixture into your ice cream machine.

peanut butter chocolate chip ice cream recipeMeanwhile, melt your chocolate.  I use the microwave, but you could use a double boiler as well.

peanut butter chocolate chip ice cream recipeLayer the ice cream with the chocolate.  It is exactly the same as I did when I made Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream.  The chocolate starts to harden as soon as it hits the cold ice cream, when you scoop it, you have chocolate shavings.

peanut butter chocolate chip ice cream recipeLet the ice cream harden for about 2 hours.

peanut butter chocolate chip ice cream recipe

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

Ingredients

  • 1 cup creamy peanut butter
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 1 1/4 cup whole milk
  • 2 cups heavy cream
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla
  • 6 ounces semi sweet chocolate

Instructions

  1. In a medium saucepan, melt the peanut butter over medium heat.
  2. Add the milk.
  3. Add the cream.
  4. Whisk in the sugar.
  5. Add in the vanilla. Whisk the ice cream until the mixture comes together. Chill the mixture over night.
  6. After the base has chilled, pour the mixture into your ice cream machine.
  7. Meanwhile, melt your chocolate. I use the microwave, but you could use a double boiler as well.
  8. Layer the ice cream with the chocolate. It is exactly the same as I did when I made Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream. The chocolate starts to harden as soon as it hits the cold ice cream, when you scoop it, you have chocolate shavings.
  9. Let the ice cream harden for about 2 hours.
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19 Responses to Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

  1. Rose D., Frenchtown, NJ says:

    Thank you for giving me a reason to take my ice cream maker out of storage!! :)

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  3. Sonja says:

    I just got an ice cream maker now you are telling me I have to let it sit for 2 hours once it is done before I can eat it! That’s torture. Will magic shell work?? Ha ha, j/k!

  4. You are now officially my favorite food blogger not only do you love Steve & Cookies as do I (fellow Jersey Girl, Cape May County born and raised). But you make Peanut Butter Ice Cream, do you have any idea how hard it is to find good Peanut Butter Ice Cream, of course you do that’s why you’ve made it. :)

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  6. Memoria says:

    This ice cream looks WONDERFUL! What I like about peanut butter ice cream is that it doesn’t require egg yolks because of its viscosity. This recipe looks worthy of trying over and over again.

  7. Oh yum. Must make this. Thank you!

  8. Caroline says:

    How can you love ice cream and not like milkshakes?! This is an abomination.

    Well, not really. You’re allowed to like your hard ice cream I suppose. I’ve been a follower of your blog for a long time now (you take absolutely beautiful photos, by the way), but I recently received an ice cream maker of my very own and already had a few of your recipes bookmarked. I cannot tell you how excited I am about this endeavor–but now comes the hard part, which flavor to do first?? (PB+CC is obviously near the top of my list, as is your Coffee Toffee concoction) Have you made any recipes recently? With a little holiday inspiration perhaps?

    • bakedbree says:

      I just don’t. I like to chew my food. I don’t really like anything that you cannot bite. Yogurt, puddings, etc…
      You will love having an ice cream maker. I am thinking about some holiday flavors, don’t worry, ice cream will be represented.

  9. fitness girl says:

    hi,

    prefect for my coming birthday…
    I just have question when melting the chocolate and putting it in microwave how many minutes will it take???

  10. gwen says:

    I love this. Thank you!

    After making a few batches of tasty but not-quite-right ice cream, I finally learned what I was doing wrong — thanks to your recipe here! I wasn’t letting the hot milk mixture cool all the way before dumping it into the ice cream maker; letting it chill in the fridge for several hours, as you suggested, instead of putting it into the ice cream maker after thirty minutes did the trick.

    • bakedbree says:

      Cooling the ice cream mix down makes a HUGE difference when it comes time to freeze. I am glad that it worked for you.

  11. Jane says:

    This is the most delicious thing I have tasted, I made it using hot fudge sauce and chocolate covered pretzels and I re-posted it to my blog, linking it here. Thank you so much!

    peanutbutterjane.blogspot.com

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