Classic Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream Base Recipe – Pint Sized Baker

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Enjoy homemade vanilla ice cream without cooking the eggs. This easy treat is slow churned in an ice cream maker for the creamiest ice cream in town!

Three scoops of homemade vanilla ice cream with sprinkles and a cherry one top

Classic Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream

I love making homemade ice cream. It is simple to make and so much easier now that I have the Kitchen Aid ice cream bowl attachment! We love using this classic vanilla base as the start of a lot of our ice creams. The best part is that we can add just about any mix-in we want.

Want some chocolate chips? Done!

Want some fresh fruit? Okay!

Want to add some Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups? Can do!

Vanilla ice cream cones

Did you know that vanilla ice cream is the most popular flavor? It’s true!

A similar version of “ice cream” was enjoyed by ancient Romans and it’s believed that Marco Polo brought back an early version of ice cream from China back to Europe. So, people for eons have been enjoying some sort of sweet, frozen dessert.

A scoop of vanilla ice cream with sprinkles and a cherry on top with a wooden spoon

Most people that I have talked to have their favorite way of enjoying their favorite flavor – by cup, sugar cone, cake cone or waffle cone. With or without syrups or sprinkles. And even what day of the week they enjoy it – most ice cream sales are on Sunday (go figure!)

Three scoops of Classic Vanilla Ice Cream in a glass bowl

Vanilla Flavors

For my ice cream base, I like to see that actual vanilla beans in the mixture so I use Vanilla Bean Paste. This stuff isn’t cheap, but it’s better than basic extract and easier than splitting a whole vanilla bean. Give it a try, you won’t be disappointed.

You can also experiment with different vanilla profiles. Have you ever had Mexican Vanilla? It truly does have a different taste to it.

Of course, you can always change up the extract flavoring if you want. Use mint or lemon or even bubble gum flavors to have some fun.

four vanilla ice cream cones lined up in a row

My kiddo loves ice cream any day of the week! And she loves her ice cream cones. These fun ones were dipped into melted chocolate and then I added the sprinkles for some fun.

Turn the basic scoop into a sundae treat with adding chocolate, sprinkles and a cherry on top!

Vanilla ice cream cone with sprinkles and a cherry on top

Doesn’t everything taste better with sprinkles and a cherry?

Now go grab the kids and their favorite ice cream toppers. Make one batch and divide it into different flavors so everyone can enjoy their favorite ice cream flavor tonight!

A hand holding a vanilla ice cream cone with chocolate, sprinkles and a cherry on top

Ice Cream Toppings

A few of my blogger friends have some great suggestions for ice cream toppers :

  • Simple Homemade Chocolate Sauce
  • Peanut Butter Ice Cream Topper
  • Nutella Magic Shell
  • Easy Strawberry Ice Cream Topping
  • Homemade Pineapple Ice Cream Topping
  • Warm Blueberry Sauce
  • 3 Ingredient Crunchy Oat Topping

This Classic Vanilla Base was used in my Peaches and Cream Ice Cream recipe, my Cherry Garcia Ice Cream recipe and my Strawberry Banana Ice Cream. Have fun and enjoy this easy recipe.

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Enjoy your own Homemade Cherry Garcia Ice Cream loaded with fresh sweet cherries and chocolate chunks!

Strawberry Banana Ice Cream with a vanilla ice cream base is easy to make and so creamy when made with an ice cream maker.

This easy, no-cook ice cream recipe is from the Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream & Dessert Cook Book. It has never let’s me down. Make it the day before or early in the morning to allow time to harden in the freezer.

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