French Silk Pie Ice Cream

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Easy French Silk Pie Ice Cream – this easy ice cream recipe is no churn and needs no ice cream machine! It’s chocolate and has chunks of pie crust and tastes like a French Silk Pie!

Happy Thursday everyone! I know, bonus post, woo-hoo!

I just wanted to let you know I’m guest posting today for Karen at Trilogy Edibles. Karen needed some extra help this week and I was happy to help, because, well, I love Karen. She’s super nice, her cake decorating skills are awesome, and she married cookies and fudge. What’s not to love?

I made her some ice cream. That has pie in it, of course.

So go on over, say hello, and read about my midnight exploits from back in the day.

{Well, maybe not you mom. You may not want to know what I was doing late at night in high school. Just sayin’.}

Ice cream is just better with crust. Trust me. Go on. You know you want the recipe.

This ice cream is easy and made without a machine. It’s no churn ice cream at it’s best, and it tastes like French Silk Pie!

Did you make this recipe?

French Silk Pie Ice Cream

This easy no churn ice cream recipe tastes just like French Silk Pie but is ice cream! You don’t need a machine; it’s no churn easy ice cream with just 4 ingredients.

Ingredients:

  • 1 pie crust (from a package of two)
  • 1 can (14 ounces) sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 box (3.4 ounces) instant chocolate pudding mix
  • 2 (8 ounce) containers whipped topping OR 2 cups cold heavy whipping cream

Directions:

Preheat oven to 400°F. Unroll pie crust flat onto a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Bake for 8-10 minutes until golden and crispy. Cool, then break into pieces.

If using heavy whipping cream: beat it to stiff peaks.

Mix together sweetened condensed milk and pudding. Stir in either whipped cream or whipped topping. Stir in pie crust pieces. Place in a container and freeze until hard, about 4 hours or overnight.

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22 comments

  1. That’s heavenly! Its a nice privilege to be a guest post poster!

    Xo

  2. You da bomb!!

  3. Oh this looks delish!!!! Love the new look too!

  4. Seriously? Dorothy…my friend…..I will be 300 pounds soon if I don’t stop reading your blog! YUMMMY !!! Ok, so maybe we could enter these into WW tools?? whats the point tho right? RIGHT! oh my gosh so many heavenly recipes on here!

    ugh

  5. oh my gosh this is delicious. going to check out the recipe now!! 🙂

  6. I def. need some of this pie ice cream right now. Right before bed, snuggled up with my grocery list of things to bake this weekend… yes.

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  8. I think I would love that ice cream. I’m not real fond of ice cream unless it has yummies in it that I can bite into…so yes, I’m already into eating ice cream with crust. You’re such a smarty pants! Off to read
    your ‘other’ post….enjoy a great weekend.

  9. My favorite pie in an ice cream – amazing!! Going to check it out now!

  10. This looks amazing!! I love pie themed ice cream. Going to check out your post!

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