This No Churn Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream recipe with pie crust bowls is perfect for fall and is a fun alternative to pumpkin pie.
Yesterday I went to two parks with my kids, their friends and a friend of mine with her daughter. The kids had fun, but it is hard to realize that this might be our last summer bringing our kids to the park. All of the kids will be in middle school this year and they spent most of their time at the park strolling around or visiting on park benches.
Part of that is because of their age and part of that is due to the high heat and humidity! Although it hasn’t cooled off yet, I am starting to look forward to the cooler temps of fall and recipes including pumpkin and apples. So, for the second day of ice cream week, I am sharing a recipe for Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream with Pie Crust Bowls!
Start by whipping 1 pint of heavy cream until stiff peaks form. Gently stir in a 14 ounce can of sweetened condensed milk.
Gently stir in canned pumpkin, vanilla, nutmeg, cinnamon, ground ginger, and ground cloves.
Spread into a loaf pan and tightly cover with plastic wrap. Freeze for 8 hours or overnight, until firm.
The best way to serve this pumpkin pie ice cream is in a pie crust bowl! To make the bowls, cut five inch circles from pie crust. You can use the ready made kind or make your own using your favorite recipe. Put the crusts in greased muffin tins, leaving an empty space between crusts.
Press them into the bottom and on the sides. Prick the bottoms with a fork. Brush lightly with milk and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar. Bake at 450 degrees for 8-10 minutes.
This homemade, no churn, ice cream scoops like regular ice cream.
Fill the pie crust bowls with the pumpkin pie ice cream.
Top with caramel ice cream topping.
Both the pie crust bowl and the pumpkin pie ice cream can be eaten together! This no churn ice cream is such a fun twist on the classic pumpkin pie.
Need MORE ice cream in your life? Check these recipes out:
Peanut Butter Crunch Ice Cream Cake
Raspberry Swirled Peach Ice Cream
Do you think I could use my Ninja bowl mixer?
If your Ninja bowl mixer can make whipped cream then yes, you should be able to! Best of luck! ~Tonia
Awesome! Thank you so much! I wish I had access to more Ninja recipes.
Mark V. says
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SUMMER PLEWES says
I absolutely love pralines and cream, but this ice cream in a tart sounds delish!!
Years ago I used to get this amazing mint ice cream around Christmas. It had actual chunks of peppermint candy in it! That was definitely my favorite ice cream flavor. =)
That is one of my favorites too! Do they still sell it at Christmas?
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Thalia @ butter and brioche says
this ice cream looks amazing.. definitely craving a scoop right now!
Alice // Hip Foodie Mom says
oh my goodness!!! The pie crust bowls?!!! and this ice cream . . I LOVE everything! I love that we’re already seeing pumpkin recipes (my fave!) and this pumpkin ice cream looks sooooo good! Pinned and totally going to try! beautiful!!!
I love that you’ve brought a little touch of autumn into your ice cream. That and the caramel have me sold!!!
Yolanda Dempsey says
I’m so looking forward to the fall baking season .
Man, you are killing me here!! I have got to make this for Thanksgiving for sure!! Huge YUM!!
Ashley @ Wishes and Dishes says
This is amazing!! Drooling over here!!
Erin @ The Spiffy Cookie says
This might be my favorite recipe s far this week! I love that you served it in little mini pie crust bowls.
Renee's Kitchen Adventures says
I have no words! Pie crust bowl? Genius! The ice cream look amazing and your photos are just stunning!
Marion@Life Tastes Good says
I can’t wait for fall. What a tasty way to cool off while dreaming of cooler temps. Totally loving on the pie crust cups – fantastically creative! Thanks so much for sharing this recipe and your beautiful photos!!