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This No Egg Vanilla Ice Cream Recipe recipe works perfectly with a Cuisinart ice cream maker. Since the base is made without eggs, there is no need to cook it. The texture is super creamy and the vanilla bean adds a ton of flavor. I promise you will be hooked!
This eggless vanilla ice cream is my newest obsession. It is so much better than store-bought, similar to my Homemade Strawberry Jam Recipe, which is also a great topping.
I also love to dollop my Easy Apple Curd on top of this recipe.
Looking for a warm dessert to scoop it on top of? Try my Apple Bread Pudding, Air Fried Apples, Condensed Milk Brownies, or Snickerdoodles without Cream of Tartar fresh out of the oven.
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- Ingredients & Substitutions
- How to Make Vanilla Ice Cream without Eggs
- Expert Tips & Variations
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- No Egg Vanilla Ice Cream
Why You’ll Love This Recipe
- This no egg ice cream recipe for an ice cream maker is super smooth, creamy, and rich.
- The cream is flavored with both vanilla extract and vanilla bean caviar giving it an intense vanilla flavor.
- This vanilla ice cream recipe without eggs requires only 6 ingredients, including salt. There is no condensed milk needed.
- Since there are no eggs in this recipe, you do not have to cook the custard. One less step making this recipe even easier.
- This classic vanilla flavor is delicious on its own, with toppings, or on top of a warm dessert.
- Making homemade no-cook ice cream is a great activity to do with kids.
Ingredients & Substitutions
- Vanilla Bean: Vanilla beans can be found in the spice section at the supermarket. These are expensive, but the flavor is incredible. You can replace the vanilla bean for an additional 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract (3 total).
- Heavy Cream: For a richer ice cream, use 2 cups of cream and 1 cup of milk.
- Whole Milk: Whole milk has the highest fat content, which makes the texture smoother. I do not recommend using skim, 1%, or 2% milk.
Complete list of ingredients and amounts is located on the recipe card below.
How to Make Vanilla Ice Cream without Eggs
- Make the cream mixture.
- Chill in the fridge.
- Churn and serve!
Step by Step Instructions
Step 1: Cut the vanilla bean in half crosswise.
Step 2:Next cut in half lengthwise.
Step 3: Use your fingers to open it up and expose the vanilla bean caviar.
Step 4: Use the back of the knife to scrape out all of the caviar.
Step 5: Whisk together the caviar, cream, milk, sugar, vanilla extract, and salt, until the sugar dissolves.
Step 6: Cover and chill in the fridge for at least 2 hours or overnight.
Step 7: Pour the mixture in the ice cream maker.
Step 8: Put the lid on and churn the ice cream for about 20 minutes, or until it has thickened.
Step 9: Remove the paddle. Serve immediately for a softer consistency or transfer the ice cream to an airtight container. Freeze for 3-4 hours or until the ice cream has firmed up.
Expert Tips & Variations
- Make it in an ice cream maker. I have not tested this recipe without one. They reduce the amount of ice crystals that form while the cream freezes. This makes the texture much silkier. I use & recommend the Cuisinart 1.5 Quart Frozen Yogurt Ice Cream Maker.
- Use whole milk and cream. Especially since this recipe is made without eggs, the fat in the dairy is needed to make the ice cream smooth and creamy.
- Use a vanilla bean. I know these can be harder to find and are more expensive than extract, but the flavor is so much better.
- Whisk until combined. The sugar should be dissolved in the cream mixture before chilling.
- Add in 1-2 cups your favorite toppings. My favorites are crushed oreos, chocolate chips, edible cookie dough, M&Ms, mini peanut butter cups, and toffee chips. You could also add in diced fresh fruit.
- Store for 1-2 weeks in the freezer in an airtight container. This recipe usually doesn’t last long in my house, but after a couple weeks in the freezer ice crystals will begin to form. This is because the ice cream does not have the same preservatives and stabilizers that store-bought does.