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If you're from New England you know that this coffee syrup is amazing! So I decided to do a spin-off of just regular coffee ice cream and added some extra spunk to it using Autocrat coffee syrup! You can make it regular ice cream and give a few scoops to the kids and then add some Bailey’s or Kahlúa and make yourself a delicious adult beverage!
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Tips for making Ninja Creami Caramel Mocha Oreo Crumble Ice Cream
Autocrat Coffee Syrup is an ingredient in the official state drink in Rhode Island. (Who knew there were state drinks??!!) In Rhode Island, the Autocrat coffee syrup is mixed with milk and sold in jugs at the grocery store, similar to how chocolate milk is sold. Autocrat has 14 mg of caffeine per serving.
Yes, you sure can. Feel free to add in your favorite liquor to your ice cream. You can either add it in before the pint is frozen or during the mix-in process. Keep in mind that most alcohols don't freeze solid. So if you add in more than about an ounce, the consistency of your ice cream will be much softer than similar ice cream with no alcohol.
Usually, if your ice cream comes out dry or crumbly it's due to one of the following reasons:
*Your freezer is too cold. Try to adjust your freezer to be a little warmer or let your ice cream sit on the counter for 5-10 minutes before processing it.
*Your recipe does not have enough fat in it. Try adding in a little bit of a higher fat dairy product to your recipe next time.
*Your recipe may not have enough sugar in it. The less sugar in the recipe, the icier and crumblier the ice cream will be. Regular sugar, honey, or corn syrup can be used to increase the sugar content if desired.
It depends. If you are keeping the ice cream in the Ninja pint container with the lid sealed tightly and are freezing it in a cold freezer (between 9 degrees F and -7 degrees F), your ice cream will keep for several weeks, even months. However, if you transfer your ice cream to another container or freeze it in a freezer that is not quite as cold (or that is accessed a lot/door opened and closed often), the lifetime of your ice cream will decrease greatly to just a few days and you will likely end up with freezer-burned ice cream.
If you have made ice cream and it just isn’t quite as creami as you would like, you can very easily get it super creami by using the re-spin function on the Ninja Creami. Simply place the pint into the outer bowl and snap it into place. Choose the RE-SPIN function. Once the cycle completes, remove the pint and enjoy! Your gelato should be nice and creamy again. ***Use re-spin on already spun ice cream. If the ice cream has been spun and then frozen again, do not use re-spin, Instead, use the original process (ice cream, gelato, etc.)
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Ingredient substitutions and tips for making Ninja Creami Caramel Mocha Oreo Crumble Ice Cream:
The full ingredient list is found at the bottom of the post in the recipe card.
Chocolate Milk- Reduced fat milk was used for this recipe. If you prefer, you can use full-fat milk or non-dairy milk like oat milk or nut milk.
Coffee Syrup- Autocrat brand coffee syrup was used. If you don't have access to this brand, you can substitute it with another brand or flavor. It is not recommended to use brewed coffee as a substitute as the water content will be higher and will produce a much icier final product.
Creamer- Good and Gather brand Caramel Almond creamer was used in this recipe. Feel free to use any flavor or brand creamer that you would like. If you don't have caramel creamer, you can use regular creamer and add a little bit of caramel flavoring.
Oreos- Oreos (or a store-brand cookie) are highly recommended for this recipe since they have the added cream in the cookie. If you don't like Oreos, you can use any cookie that you prefer but the texture might be different.
Directions for making Ninja Creami Caramel Mocha Oreo Crumble Ice Cream:
1. Pour chocolate milk and coffee syrup into Ninja Creami pint and mix together.
2. Fill the rest of the container with the caramel creamer.
3. Cover and freeze for 24 hrs
4. After 24 hours, take the pint out of the freezer and place it into the outer bowl, and then into the Ninja Creami. Choose the ICE CREAM process.
5. When the process has completed, take the ice cream out of the machine, remove the lid, and then use a spoon to make a 1.5-inch hole down the middle of the ice cream and add in the last crushed Oreo.
6. Put the lid back onto the pint, place it into the outer bowl, and then back into the Ninja Creami machine. Choose the MIX IN setting.
7. Scoop the ice cream into a bowl and top with the other 3 crumbled Oreos. Enjoy!
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Original and Deluxe Ingredient Measurements
Use the multiplier below to adjust quantities based on the machine that you own. 1X=Original 16 ounce 1.5X=Deluxe 24 ounces
- 1 Cup Chocolate Milk (Reduced Fat-Fair Life)
- 6 Tablespoons Coffee Syrup (Autocrat)
- ¾ Cup Caramel Almond Creamer (Good and Gather)
- 4 Oreos (Crushed)
- Pour chocolate milk and coffee syrup into Ninja Creami pint and mix together.
- Fill the rest of the container with the caramel creamer.
- Cover and freeze for 24 hrs
- After 24 hours, take the pint out of the freezer and place it into the outer bowl, and then into the Ninja Creami. Choose the ICE CREAM process.
- When the process has completed, take the ice cream out of the machine, remove the lid, and then use a spoon to make a 1.5-inch hole down the middle of the ice cream and add in 3 of the crushed Oreos.
- Put the lid back onto the pint, place it into the outer bowl, and then back into the Ninja Creami machine. Choose the MIX IN setting.
- Scoop the ice cream into a bowl and top with the lasts crushed Oreo. Enjoy!
Nutrition information is provided as a courtesy and is an estimate only.
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Interesting how the 4 crushed Oreo cookies magically turn into three in the mix-in and three crushed Oreo cookies for service...I like your math as my husband loves Oreo cookies---I could buy less and serve him more... :>) for my budget...but alas I'm sure it's a misprint. :>(
He Elaine- Math is hard lol. That's a typo! I'll update it. 🙂