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I first heard about this no-churn ice cream on twitter. Ren from Fabulicious Food was talking about it. She had made a lipsmacking batch of White Chocolate & Blackcurrant no-churn ice cream for this month's Bloggers Scream for Ice Cream challenge.

Now, I do have an ice cream maker and I take it for a spin from time to time, but I just couldn't resist trying this recipe. Scotty Brand had sent me some of their glorious Scottish raspberries and as raspberry ripple is one of my all time favourite ice creams, I decided to give it a go.

It is so easy. It's just a combination of condensed milk (yes, you heard me right), cream and vanilla. That's it. As simple as that. You just make your base, then add whatever flavour or bits and pieces you like. You can really go crazy with this simple recipe and no churning, so you can just pop it in the freezer and forget about it.
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