Peanut Butter Nutty Bar Ice Cream

Peanut Butter Nutty Bar Ice Cream because sometimes you just have to take ice cream to the next level.

Peanut Butter Nutty Bar Ice Cream because sometimes you just have to take ice cream to the next level

Do you ever find a recipe that has endless possibilities?  A recipe that is just so good, you can’t stop thinking about all the different ways you can make it?

Peanut Butter Nutty Bar Ice Cream because sometimes you just have to take ice cream to the next level

A recipe that forces you to run to the gas station to buy more ice because you’ve used up all the ice in the house and want to make more?

Peanut Butter Nutty Bar Ice Cream because sometimes you just have to take ice cream to the next level

A recipe that has you stealing the treats meant for your children’s school lunches.

Peanut Butter Nutty Bar Ice Cream

It all started with Niki. I blame her, and her Ice Cream Recipe.

I adapted it and Made Strawberry Ice Cream. And fell in love.

Peanut Butter Nutty Bar Ice Cream

Now I’ve adapted it again. The kids forgave me for stealing their treats, they said the sacrifice was worth it.

I think you’ll be seeing a few more Ice Cream recipes coming up soon. I just can’t help myself!

Peanut Butter Nutty Bar Ice Cream

Ingredients

  • 2 cups heavy cream
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk
  • 3/4 cup peanut butter
  • 1-2 cups Nutty Bars, coarsely chopped

Instructions

  1. With a whisk, combine all ingredients except Nutty Bars. just until frothy.
  2. Freeze for 45 minutes. Remove from freezer and gently whisk again to stir.
  3. Pour into Ice cream maker and freeze according to machine's instructions.
  4. Approximately 10 minutes before machine is done churning, add in Nutty Bars. Finish churning then transfer ice cream to freezer container and freeze for 4 hours or overnight.
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Peanut Butter Nutty Bar Ice Cream because sometimes you just have to take ice cream to the next level

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Comments

  1. See?! LOL! Once you get that base recipe, you start thinking of ALL the possibilities! It’s ok, in a circumstance like this….I don’t mind being blamed! ;-) This recipe looks fabulous Joan, YUM-O!! :)

  2. You’re killing me. Peanut butter is a family weakness and I gladly carry on that tradition.

    My father would be in heaven with a big bowl of this!

    DELISH!

  3. Nutter butter bars remind me of high school, as that’s what I ate every day for lunch. I”d peel off each layer and them separately-which would annoy me if my kids ate that way! I love that you put them in ice cream, Joan! You are on an ice cream roll my dear!

  4. You, and your evil peanut butter ice cream, are going to end up being the reason I finally get an ice cream maker!

  5. I use this ice cream recipe all the time and oooooh my goodness I love how you’ve used it here! Peanut butter heaven!

    (I also looove the new design!)

  6. Oooooo! This looks delish! Pinned and done!

  7. OH. EM. GEEEEE my kids would flip.

  8. OH MY GOODNESS…Joan, this looks awesome! Nutty bars is a GREAT addition to ice cream :)

  9. This looks so good, and I’m not even wild about ice cream. But would LOVE it with these yummy ingredients. Thanks so much for sharing, and linking back, to Weekend Potluck! Enjoy a coool summer…whenever it finally arrives. =)

  10. OMG. This ice cream would be my kryptonite!

  11. OH MY DELICIOUS! That looks so yummy!

  12. Yum, I’m digging this easy ice cream recipe, love pb in my ice cream.

  13. Pinned! Hopping over from Mandy’s Recipe Box. =)

    These look delicious!

    Love your blog! Would love for you to link up on A Peek Into My Paradise T.G.I.F. Link Party on Friday!

    Cathy @ http://apeekintomyparadise.blogspot.com/

  14. Nutty bars used to be my all time favorite as a kid! What a fun ice cream!

  15. YUM!!!! Nutty Bars are my fave!!!
    Will Pin and try this soon!

    Sam
    http://cooksandcreates.blogspot.com/

    Found you on Couponing and Cooking

  16. Just found you from Couponing and Cooking. This looks A-MAZ-ING! Thanks for sharing!

  17. Wow…this ice cream sounds amazing! Love it!

  18. Yay for ice cream that doesn’t need yolks! I always end up with more whites than I know what to do with. Great flavor too.

  19. Wow, I just saw this on pinterest and it looks amazing! Nutty Bars have always been one of my favorite little Debbie snacks and ice cream is my absolute favorite dessert, so it’s pretty obvious that I’m going to have to give this a try. Thanks for sharing!

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