Bursting with the sweet flavors of cinnamon, vanilla, and Dulce de Leche, this easy, 4 ingredient Horchata Ice Cream will have you asking for seconds. Indulge in the sweet flavors of Cinnamon and Vanilla in this easy 4-ingredient Horchata Ice Cream recipe.
Easy 4-Ingredient Horchata Ice Cream
Four ingredients – that’s all you need to make this Horchata Ice Cream! It’s so easy and so delightful. It’s full of cinnamon flavors and the dulce de leche adds a smooth creaminess to it that just goes on and on.
New to Horchata? I was too until a few years ago. Hotchata (pronounced orCHATah) is a milk based drink that is made with rice, almonds, and cinnamon. The rice and almonds are soaked to make a “milk” and then pulverized and flavored.
I’ll take a double scoop of this Easy Horchata and Dulce de Leche Ice Cream. The flavors are so good! I came across some powdered mix, similar to this, in an international store. I bought the pack and loved it! I made a cup of it to try out and thought that the sweet flavor would be perfect mixed into some ice cream. So, that’s what I did.
I took the three ingredients – cream, sweetened condensed milk, and horchata powder, and then added in some yummy Dulce de leche to it! OMG! Beyond amazing!
4 ingredient Horchata Ice Cream
- 2 cups heavy whipping cream
- ¼ tsp salt
- 14 oz sweetened condensed milk
- 5 tblsps horchata powder Drink MIx
- 2 tblsps Dulce de leche
- Whip the heavy whipping cream and the salt with an electric mixer until thick peaks form.
- Add in the sweetened condensed milk and horchata powder. Mix together and taste test. Add more flavoring if desired. Transfer half the cream to a large freezer safe container.
- Add in some dulce de leche to the cream and gently swirl in. Top off with the remaining cream and add some more dulce de leche. Gently swirl in, leaving a visible ribbon.
- Cover and freeze overnight (8-12 hours).
- If desired, add in some extra cinnamon or nutmeg to the ice cream before freezing for a bolder flavor profile.
- Scoop and enjoy!
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