Nutella and Raspberry Swirl Ice Cream with Ice Cream Cone Crust

Nutella and Raspberry Swirl Ice Cream with Ice Cream Cone Crust

This "Nutella and Raspberry Swirl Ice Cream with Ice Cream Cone Crust" recipe is an easy ice cream cake made with three ingredient no churn chocolate ice cream swirled with Nutella and raspberry preserves. The crust is made with crushed ice cream cones!

This Nutella and raspberry swirl ice cream with ice cream cone crust recipe looks as good as it tastes. Chocolate ice cream cake is amazing, but combine with Nutella and raspberry it's out of this world! To start line a 9 inch springform pan with wax paper and set aside. Next in a food processor process the ice cream cones until they are finely crushed. Add the melted butter and process them until combined, they should hold together if you press it in your fingers. Press the crumbs into the bottom of the springform pan. Beat the whipping cream until stiff peaks form then fold in the sweetened condensed milk and chocolate syrup carefully, until combined and set aside.

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