It’s Sunday and that means it’s the end of Ice Cream Week. I’ve enjoyed eating copious amounts of the creamy, melting goodness of homemade ice cream but alas, all good things must come to an end. (Not really since my freezer is still overflowing with ice cream but I wanted to go for the dramatic).
This week began with a simple No Churn Vanilla Ice Cream, was greeted in the middle with a Chocolate Fudge Swirl Ice Cream and today we are topping the week off with Cookie Dough Ice Cream. The creamy no churn vanilla ice cream filled with chocolate chips and pockets of safe to eat homemade cookie dough. This is a fun ice cream that tastes amazing. I mean, its cookie dough!
After deciding to embark on this ice cream, my inner historian began to wonder where and when ice cream was created. So I set to work researching to see what I could find. The results were surprising and not at all what I expected. (If you are not interested in history or you just want ice cream, skip down for the recipe. If you are interested in history and can wait a little longer for ice cream then read on!)