Delicious Homemade Nutella ice cream in 10 minutes and with just 4 ingredients

Looking for a new dessert recipe during lockdown? You can make this delicious Nutella ice cream with just a little patience and creativity

If you don’t like Nutella, or have an allergy, experiment with your additional flavours. Try adding coconut extract, chopped cherries or mint (Image: Steffan Rhys / Wales Online)

Lockdown has caused thousands of us to head into our kitchens and start cooking more creatively.

With little else to do, we’ve seen the rise of whipped drinks.

The trend started with Dalgona coffee, but soon headed into sweeter territory.

Family favourite Nutella made a whipped up appearance and we haven’t looked back since.

But, what if we told you there was another incredible chocolate spread recipe doing the rounds?

A four ingredient Nutella ice cream recipe has popped up – and it’s better than shop bought.

You don’t need an ice cream maker or anything fancy to whip it up.

If you don’t have Nutella, you can flavour your ice cream with vanilla extract or peanut butter – yum!

WalesOnline explained how to rustle up this delicious dessert at home.

Homemade Nutella Ice Cream

this delicious and easy recipe should take 10 minutes to put together with an electric whisk. Fast, tasty, fun (Image: Steffan Rhys / Wales Online)


  • Two eggs
  • 50g sugar
  • 240g double cream
  • 150g Nutella


  1. Add the eggs and sugar to a bowl and whisk until pale and fluffy.
  2. Pour the cream into a different bowl and whip until you have stiff peaks.
  3. Whisk the Nutella into the cream.
  4. Add the egg and sugar mix to the cream mix.
  5. Pour the resultant mixture into an airtight container and pop it in the freezer.
Whip up the two separate mixtures and then combine (Image: Steffan Rhys / Wales Online)

After a few hours, your tasty pudding will be ready to serve…

Or, ready for you to eat alone with a spoon, straight from the container, because this is lockdown and the rules are different now.

Please note that this recipe involves raw eggs.

If you’re pregnant, or otherwise vulnerable to food poisoning, you may want to pass on this one.

The best thing about this recipe is that it’s totally customisable.

We’re experimenting with frozen berries, chocolate chips and flavour extracts as we speak.

Plus, this recipe is lots of fun to keep kids occupied through the bank holiday weekend

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