Dulce De Leche (DDL) ice cream is a rich delicious ice cream made using whipping cream and dulce de leche which is a kind of creamy milk caramel. In this post I am going to share 2-Ingredients No churn DDL ice cream recipe.
I stumbled upon Dulce De Leche or DDL in a food group on Facebook where one of the members had shared the method for preparing it at home using condensed milk tin. I tried it at home and yes, it was really yummy!! Earlier, I had shared a Banoffee Pie recipe in which DDL was being used. This summers I used it for making ice cream and definitely it has not disappointed me.
Dulce de leche has nice golden brown colour. It is thick in texture with sweet caramel taste. When combined with heavy whipping cream, it gives a delicate colour and sweetness to the ice cream. The DDL ice cream recipe I am sharing is easy to make and does not take much time also. The ice cream comes out really light, beautiful with underlying tones of caramel. It is so delicious that you wont be able to stop yourself from taking second serving!! From usual ice cream flavours, DDL ice cream flavour stands apart. It is a must try this summers.
I have used Tropolite brand non dairy whipping cream in this recipe. You can use any brand’s heavy whipping cream. Just make sure it is chilled before you start whipping it. If you are making Dulce de leche from scratch, you can use any brand’s condensed milk like Milkmaid or Amul Mithaimate!!
I like to serve and eat this ice cream as it is. You may garnish it with some chocolate chips or caramel sauce at the time of serving!!
List of Ingredients:
- Condensed Milk / Dulce De Leche : 200 grams (For Dulce De Leche recipe, click here)
- Chilled Heavy whipping cream – 250 grams (I have used Tropolite non-dairy whipping cream)
Steps To Prepare:
I have used “Amul” brand condensed milk here for making DDL. It is a simple process. The only thing to remember is to use it when it is cooled completely. For step by step method to prepare it, click here.
Here I have used my regular cake tin for it. I have first covered the ice cream tin with a cling film and then with a aluminium foil. Also, I have put up a rubber band along the sides to secure it.