This Oreo Dulce De Leche Ice Cream is utterly rich and delicious dessert I’m suggesting to try.
This post is going to be unusual because I have a little favor to ask. But I’ll ask for it later.
You know my love for ice cream, my friends. Possibly, you already know my favorite flavors. If not, I’ll gladly remind you. They are rich and compound. I’m not a huge fan of fruit versions although I might enjoy it once in a while. Moreover, I’ve shared some ideas on this blog.
My favorite flavors include chocolate, nuts, caramel, and alcohol. And sure lavender although I’m not sure that it belongs to this category.
Anyway, my latest top favorites are the dulce de leche and Irish creams flavors. First I made this Baileys White Chocolate Walnut Ice Cream. Then I tried this Dulce de Leche Ice Cream. Last year I combined both flavors in this Dulce De Leche Bailey’s Ice Cream, and the result was fantastic!
The problem is that I cannot stop. It’s important for me to be constantly looking for another favorite flavor. Stop, Ben, stop! Nope, that doesn’t work with me.
It gets even more complicated when I want to develop many other ideas based on a favorite flavor. Let’s say dulce de leche ice cream. It’s scrumptious on its own although I’ve added chocolate and nuts to jazz it up. As you see, this time I created this Oreo Dulce De Leche Ice Cream.
Or let’s say Irish cream flavor which I’ve paired with nuts, chocolate, and coffee. And apparently, with dulce de leche too:) What’s going to be next? Mint? Why not. Oreos? Perhaps. Lavender? Indeed, I know that Irish cream and lavender go well together, so I’m not joking.
Oreo Dulce De Leche Ice Cream
So, it’s time to ask for my little favor. Please, friends, share some thoughts which flavors I should try with both Irish cream and Dulce de leche. I know, I’m asking too much. But you know how this works – you night come up with ideas I would never think of. If I love your suggested ideas, I would definitely try them and send you a container of ice cream. Well, who needs a container of ice cream, right? I’ll do better – I’ll dedicate the recipe to you.
While I’m waiting for your amazing ideas, let me introduce this Oreo Dulce De Leche Ice Cream to you. Oh boy, it was so decadent and luscious.
Indeed, I’m not a huge fan of dough or cookies in my ice cream, but somehow oreos are the exception. They were created to be paired with ice cream. They perfectly work with dulce de leche.
By the way, there’s info for my Canadian readers. If you’re fans of raw dough, please avoid it temporarily. Andrey has watched the news stated that in some Canadian flour brands either virus or bacteria or something else has been found. Thus, consuming uncooked flour might badly affect your help.
Sorry for this negative news. Please grab some Oreo Dulce De Leche Ice Cream which will cheer you up!
- 2 cups 35% cream
- 1 cup 10% cream
- 1/2 cup milk
- 5 yolks
- 1 cup dulce de leche, preferably thick
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 7-10 oreo cookies, crushed
- In a saucepan heat the milk and 10% cream just until it starts to simmer.
- In a medium bowl whisk the yolks.
- Stir in the yolks in the milk mixture and continue cooking over low heat and not allowing to boil, constantly mixing, for about 5-6 minutes.
- Remove from heat. Stir in dulce de leche and mix until well incorporated.
- Add the heavy cream and vanilla extract. Completely cool.
- Pour the mixture into an ice cream maker and freeze as
- recommended in the manual. 10 minutes before the ice cream is ready, add in the oreos.
- Transfer it into a container and completely freeze.
This recipe doesn't call for any sugar since dulce de leche and oreos are sweet enough. However, I still recommend to sample the mixture and adjust sweetness if necessary.