Oreo Ice Cream

Even though it's cold outside I love having ice cream on my freezer because if one night I have one of those cravings and I don't have any i'll be "upset" in a manor of speaking of course! And because I love "cooking" and "baking" I decided to update an old recipe of mine* and make it a little different and more HD!
I'm using all white brands because I they were on sale but you can use popular brands if you feel more confortable with the flavor and quality of the products. It's all up to you!
For making this oreo ice cream you'll need:

 -2 boxes of oreos 
-2 packages of cream
-A plastic bowl with lid
-An electric mixer
-A rolling pin
-A plastic bag

                    PREP TIME: 15 Minutes | COOK TIME: 10 Minutes | DIFFICULTY: Easy


First you need take the oreos of their individual package and transfer to the large plastic bag and then smash them with the rolling pin until you see little pieces and be careful not to break the bag. You can decide if you want bigger or smaller pieces of oreos. I had 50/50.
Put the bag aside and open the 2 packages of cream into the plastic bowl and mix the cream with the electric mixer for 3-5 minutes. 
Then you can start adding the smashed oreos to the bowl and still mix with the mixer.
Add everything and mix until you obtain a homogeneous mixture. 
Close the bowl with the lid and put it in the freezer. This made almost 800 mL of ice cream.
Wait a few hours until eating.
Voilá! You now have a delicious oreo ice cream!

The main difference between this recipe and my previous one is that I removed one ingredient - the condensed milk - because the final product was to sweet and could ruing the flavour for the people that don't like foods that are super sweet.
My mother for example liked the ice cream but said that the sweet flavour was a little sickening.
I also removed it because most of the times I used it to make the ice cream I wouldn't use the all can and most of it would go to the trash and I hate wasting food.

 Note: As I said in my previous blog post you can use any cookies you like. This recipe isn't exclusive for oreo cookies. 

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