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Apple Pie Ice Cream Made with Real Apple Pie!
With all the celebrations that take place at this time of year, it seems especially appropriate to share the joy of pie with those you love. And what pie says love more than apple? Ever since buying an ice cream maker last year, I’ve been wanting to make apple pie ice cream, and now I’m going to enjoy every bite!
Some apple pie ice creams use ingredients like cookies and apple pieces to simulate the apple pie flavor. Not this recipe! To make this apple pie ice cream, I’m actually using a real apple pie.
I picked up a Marie Callender’s® Dessert Pies Dutch Apple Pie at Walmart in the frozen food section, on the dessert aisle. I also picked up some Reddi-Wip® to top it off in the dairy case.
Plan ahead to make this apple pie ice cream, because you’ll need to allow time to completely chill the cooked pie in the refrigerator before incorporating it into the ice cream. (A warm or room temperature pie would melt the ice cream.) Once the pie is chilled, this apple pie ice cream can come together very quickly. You can serve it soft right out of the churn, but if you want firm scoops, you’ll need to freeze it for a few hours or overnight.
Once you’ve dished up your apple pie ice cream, give it a topping of Reddi-Wip just before serving.
Apple pie ice cream is so much better when you make it with an actual apple pie! This simple recipe makes a perfectly delicious dessert.
10 minPrep Time
20 minCook Time
30 minTotal Time
- Leftover apple pie, about half
- 1 cup whole milk
- 1/2 cup sugar
- Pinch of sea salt
- 1 cup heavy cream
- 1 tablespoon vanilla bean
- Chill a baked apple pie, such as Marie Callender's Dutch Apple Pie, in the refrigerator until cold.
- In a large bowl, whisk together the milk, sugar, and salt until the sugar is all dissolved. Add the heavy cream and vanilla bean and gently stir together (do not beat).
- Process the ice cream base in your ice cream maker. While it is churning, chop up the apple pie into small pieces to equal about 1 1/2 cups of apple pie pieces.
- When the ice cream is finished and still in the cold container, stir in the apple pie pieces a little at a time until fully incorporated. Serve while soft if desired or transfer to a freezer storage container to become firm.
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