How to Make THC-Infused Homemade Ice Cream (No churn, no cook)
Updated: Feb 28
Homemade ice cream is much easier to make than most people realize. All you really need are 3 ingredients, a few bowls, and a hand mixer.
No fancy ice cream maker necessary!
Most people don't usually think to make their own ice cream because old fashioned ice cream can be very time-consuming to make.
It usually involves a lot of trial and error before you finally get it right.
This recipe is different.
It's quick, easy, doesn't require any cooking or churning, and it's delicious!
This recipe is for a basic vanilla ice cream but there are endless combinations of ingredients that you can add to the base to make different flavors.
I've included some of my favorite variations below, but feel free to experiment.
My favorite Add-In's:
Oatmeal Raisin: Oatmeal cookie crumbles, raisins, light brown sugar
Chocolate: Cocoa power, chocolate chips, pinch of salt
Cherry: Chopped canned maraschino cherries, syrup from the jar that they came in
Grapefruit: Grapefruit zest, diced grapefruit chunks
Macadamia nut: Chopped chocolate covered macadamia nut
Peanut butter & chocolate (Note:Mix the peanut butter with some cream to prevent it from becoming rock-hard when it freezes
Strawberry: Chopped strawberries, fresh minced mint leaves (optional, but highly encouraged)
Candy lovers: Crushed recess pieces, milky ways, & M&Ms
Green Tea: Green tea (matcha) powder
Blueberry: Blueberry puree
Honey: Honey drizzle, pinch of salt
Papaya: Papaya zest, papaya puree
Cookies'n Cream: Chopped oreos
Half Baked: Chocolate chip cookie dough chunks and brownie pieces (Feel free to use medicated brownies if you prefer
Watermelon: Seedless watermelon puree, drizzle of honey
English toffee: Chopped toffee pieces, drizzle of caramel sauce (optional)
Apricot: Pitted apricot puree, lemon juice, honey, almond extract
Bittersweet chocolate: Bittersweet or dark chocolate chips (72% Cacao), Tablespoon of Rum or Bourbon
Fig Newtons: Chopped fig newton pieces, drizzle of hone
Butter Crunch: Butter crunch candy pieces, maple extract
Blonde Brownie: Blonde brownie chunks (medicated if you prefer)
Peanut brittle & Chocolate chip: Crushed peanut brittle pieces, chocolate chips
Chocolate cake: Chocolate cake pieces, chocolate frosting
Peppermint patty: Chopped peppermint paddies
Carrot cake: Carrot cake pieces, vanilla frosting
Pistachio: Pistachios ground into a powder, chopped pistachios
Chocolate-covered Strawberry: Chopped strawberries and chocolate chips
Chocolate bar: Chopped chocolate bar pieces (Milky Way, Snickers, Reese's peanut butter cups)
Chocolate caramel: Cocoa powder, caramel sauce
Peanut butter and jelly (Note:Mix the peanut butter with some cream to prevent it from becoming rock-hard when it freezes)
Salted caramel: Caramel sauce, sea salt
Butterscotch brownie: Chopped butterscotch brownies (medicated if you prefer)
Rocky Road: Cocoa powder, roasted almonds, marshmallows
Almond Butter Crunch: Almond butter, almond crunch granola
S'mores: Mini marshmallows, graham cracker crumbles, chocolate chips
Waffles & Syrup: Waffle pieces, maple syrup drizzle
Coffee: Crushed coffee beans, generous pinch of finely ground coffee, pinch of salt
Butterscotch: Crushed butterscotch candies, caramel sauce
Chocolate covered everything: Crushed chocolate covered pretzels, crushed chocolate covered peanuts, M&Ms
2 Cups cannabis-infused heavy whipping cream (or regular whipping cream if you prefer a non-medicated product)
1 14-ounce can of sweetened condensed milk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Whatever add-in's you choose to incorporate for flavor
1-2 Tablespoons of tapioca flour (optional) for texture
Prep: 30 Mins
Ready in: 6 Hours
#1. Pour the heavy cream into a bowl and whip it until you can pull the mixer out and the cream forms stiff peaks.
#2. In another large bowl, combine the sweetened condensed milk and the vanilla by whisking them together. (If you like thicker ice cream, go ahead and add a tablespoon or two of tapioca flour to the mix.)
#3. Using a spatula, gently fold the whipped heavy cream into the condensed milk. Make sure you do this slowly in order to keep both mixtures light and aerated.
#4. Fold in your added ingredients. Then transfer the mixture to an insulated tub or paper container and freeze for 4-6 hours.
You can split the cream mixture into smaller containers in order to try multiple flavor combinations too. The combinations are limitless, but my favorites are listed above.