Coffee and Condensed Milk Ice Cream


Servings 6
Time Needed Prep
Ingredients 5
Difficulty Easy

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3.9 based on 123 ratings.


  • 1 395 Gram Tin Sweetened Condensed Milk
  • 1 375ml Tin Creamy Evaporated Milk
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
  • 1 Cream (600 Millilitre)
  • 2 Tbsp Instant Coffee Powder

Nutrition Information

Qty per
93g serve
Qty per
Energy 157.44833333333kcalcal 169.54235463029kcalcal
Protein 2.61gg 2.8104809763101gg
Fat (total) 14.54gg 15.656855707107gg
 - saturated 9.28gg 9.9928212491027gg
Carbohydrate 3.42gg 3.6826992103374gg
 - sugars 3.49gg 3.7580760947595gg
Dietary Fibre 0gg 0gg
Sodium 32.833333333333mgmg 35.355348169419mgmg

Please Note - Nutritional information is provided as a guide only and may not be accurate.

This Coffee and Condensed Milk Ice Cream is a lovely ‘Adults Only’ ice cream that is rich and decadent.

You have to make the coffee really really strong, and use good quality instant coffee – not the cheap stuff. Coffee is just like wine, if you won’t drink it, don’t use it in cooking!


  1. In a large bowl, add the tin of sweetened condensed milk, the tin of Creamy Evaporated milk, the Vanilla Extract and the cream.

  2. Beat the mixture well until it doubles in volume.

  3. Place the coffee granules at the bottom of a small cup and add a tiny bit of boiling water (just a tablespoon or so).  Make sure the granules are dissolved in the water and pour the coffee mix into the ice cream mix.

  4. Mix until the coffee is totally mixed in well.

  5. Pour the mixture into a large rectangle lined baking tray and freeze for 90 minutes.

  6. Remove the ice cream from the freezer and pour it back into the mixer.  Mix again for 5 minutes on HIGH.

  7. Pour the mixture back into the rectangle tray, and place a sheet of plastic wrap on top to prevent freezer burn and water crystals forming.

  8. Freezer overnight or at least four hours.

  9. Enjoy!

  10. To make it extra delicious, grab one cup of walnuts.  Place them in a hot pan for 2 minutes or until the nuts become aromatic.  Crush them lightly with a rolling pin and tea towel, and fold into the mixture when you add the coffee mix.

  11. Coffee and Condensed Milk Ice Cream can remain in the freezer sealed for up to two months.

To make it even more delicious, toast some walnuts and fold them through the mixture.

Because it is so rich, you only need a tiny bit to feel really satisfied.

Coffee and Condensed Milk Ice Cream I Stay at Home Mum

If you want to take your coffee obsession to the next level, why not consider making coffee-flavored ice cream with condensed milk? Coffee and condensed milk together create a wonderfully smooth yet sharp flavor that is sure to tantalize your taste buds!

Whether you use sweetened condensed milk or unsweetened evaporated milk, you can make a delicious treat in no time. For an even bigger coffee kick, add espresso powder or shots when churning, then stir in some crunchy additions (like fudge or nuts) for a bit of texture.

Coffee and Condensed Milk Ice Cream I Stay at Home Mum

Get creative and don’t be afraid to experiment – you might create the perfect coffee and condensed milk ice cream recipe!

Coffee and Condensed Milk Ice Cream I Stay at Home Mum
Jody Allen
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