This Homemade Raspberry Oreo Ice Cream is going to knock your socks off. Creamy, delicious and loaded with fresh raspberries and Oreos. It’s definitely going to become a favorite!
If you’ve never had the flavor combination of Raspberries and Oreos together, then you are missing out my friends. I know it might sound weird to some of you, but please don’t turn your nose up or cringe! I promise the two together are a winning combination!
This Homemade Raspberry Ice Cream is going to rock your world.
We are ice cream fanatics at our house. . . ice cream, shakes, cones, sundaes, etc. We pretty much love any and all flavors of ice cream ! For years now one of our favorite flavors of shakes to get when we go to Iceberg, is raspberry Oreo. It’s deadly and divine.
I’ve made a homemade ice cream version of this flavor combination several times, but never truly measured or took any photos. Well, today is your lucky day because I’m finally sharing this fantastic concoction that you’re going to absolutely love!
For this recipe I took my delicious homemade raspberry ice cream and made just a few adjustments.
I added in some seedless raspberry jam to intensify the raspberry flavor, cut down on a little sugar because of the jam and added in a whole bunch of Oreos.
It’s one of those ice creams that once you taste it, the urgency of eating it will become very clear, because if you don’t, someone else will and that would not be very nice.
You have got to give this one a try, you won’t regret it for one second.
Regular or Double Stuf Oreos?
You can’t go wrong with either one! I mean they’re Oreos!
A few tips for making this delicious ice cream. . .
- Use fresh, ripe raspberries instead of frozen. If you’re in a pinch and only have frozen, then let them only partially thaw before adding the sugar to them. You don’t want them to completely thaw or they will be extremely mushy and have too much water in them which will affect how the ice cream sets up.
- When you chop the Oreos, be sure and leave bigger chunks. One of the best parts of this ice cream is getting a big bites of Oreo, so be sure to chop them coarsely. I will take about 4 or 5 Oreos and chop them a little finer, but all the rest I leave in bigger chunks.
- DO NOT add the Oreos until the end (the end meaning the ice cream has frozen and you’ve stopped your ice cream maker). If you add them at the beginning then they become too crushed and you aren’t left with any big pieces and the ice cream will be ugly looking (lol).
Here are some other favorite ice cream recipes . . .Print