Do you wish you could have pumpkin all year round?
Do you love pumpkin pie? Do you love ice cream?
You will love this Pumpkin Pie Ice (affiliate link) Cream recipe!
But first, let me share this story with you.
Our Thanksgiving Story About a Pie
This year was our first year in a while spending Thanksgiving with only our immediate family. Living across the country from our family means that we don’t typically see relatives for the Holidays. My parents will visit occasionally, but not every year. In years past we’ve spent the Holidays with some fantastic friends, but this year it was just us.
We bought all the ingredients for gluten-free pumpkin pie and we were really excited because it looked delicious.
Cutting into it, the pumpkin pie looked so yummy. I added Redi-Whip and took the first bite.
Then I added MORE Redi-Whip because there was something a little off about our pumpkin pie.
After many questions, it was discovered that one ingredient was left out of our traditional pumpkin pie.
The sugar was never added.
It was a sugar-free pumpkin pie. But not on purpose.
Thankfully, this Pumpkin Pie Ice (affiliate link) Cream is no-fail. I have used affiliate links in this recipe.
Homemade Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream
This is the best homemade pumpkin pie ice (affiliate link) cream recipe ever. If you were feeling adventurous, you could even add leftover pumpkin pie instead of the last four ingredients. I think I’m going to try that next time.
2 cups heavy whipping cream
1-10oz can sweetened condensed milk
1/2 cup pumpkin puree
1 Tablespoon vanilla extract
1 teaspoon cinnamon PLUS 1 Tablespoon
1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
Place a large metal bowl in the freezer to make it super cold.
Once chilled, pour the heavy whipping cream in a large bowl, beat the heavy whipping cream on medium-low speed for 4-10 minutes until frothy peaks form.
Fold the ingredients together, being careful not to over mix.
Sprinkle additional cinnamon on top.
Run a knife in a zig-zag pattern for a nice effect.
Cover tightly with plastic wrap (or a lid), and freeze for 5 hours or overnight.