How to Make Ice Cream without Ice Cream Maker (Cookies and Choco Cream)

How to make ice cream? That’s the question that popped in my head one hot Sunday afternoon while watching a TV commercial about ice cream of different flavors. My mouth literally watered when the endorser deliciously savor the thick chocolate flavored ice cream and put a teaspoonful on her mouth. Buying a liter of ice cream can be costly, especially for those who have big family like mine. I‘ll be very guilty if I will buy ice cream just for myself. So I’ve come up with an idea – I’d make my own ice cream!


We don’t have ice cream maker or blender, so it’s a little hassle to make a batch. But as curious as I could be, I searched online for some variations of ice cream that can be made without machine. I am a member of one Facebook group wherein they share recipes and I found this. I just made some few tweaks to suit my taste and voila! I have made a delicious and creamy homemade cookies and choco cream Ice cream!

Okay, you just need a whisk (a sturdy one coz you’ll be whisking the mixture so rapid and hard to make it creamy and smooth) and a pitcher. It’s easier to blend the mixture in a pitcher. This recipe yielded around 1.6 liters of Ice cream. And guess what, the kids and my family loved it! My brother even told me that this one tasted even better than those store-bought. Well, bro, compliment appreciated. I’m ready to make more.


So if you’re interested to make some for your family, here’s the recipe that you can use.

Homemade Cookies and Choco Cream Ice Cream


  • 1 Pack of 250 ml. All purpose Cream (Nestle’ Cream)
  • 1 Big Can of 390 g Condensed Milk (Alaska Condensada)
  • 1 Big Can of 370 ml. Evaporated Milk (Alaska Evaporada)
  • ½ cup hot water
  • 1 pack of 200g Chocolate Powder (Milo)
  • 9 pcs. Cookies (Vanilla Filling)


  1. Dissolve the chocolate powder in hot water.
  2. Crack the cookies into bits. Set aside.
  3. Mix all ingredients in a pitcher except for cookies.
  4. Whisk vigorously and rapidly to smoothen the mixture. Whisk for about 40 minutes to 1 hour.
  5. Put in a container and refrigerate for about 2 hours or until it becomes slightly frozen.
  6. Once frozen, put it back in the pitcher and whisk again for about 15 to 20 minutes. This will break the ice crystals and will make the mixture smooth and creamy.
  7. Mix in your cracked cookies, then blend well.
  8. Put it back in the container and refrigerate. Let it freeze.
  9. And your homemade ice cream is done! Enjoy!

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You can try different flavors. You just need to tweak or change the ingredients. You can use chocolate bits instead of cookies. If you have any question or comment about this recipe, feel free to contact me. If you have tried this recipe, I’ll really appreciate if you can share your finished ice cream too. Enjoy!