How To Make Ice Cream

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You may not think you can ever beat the deliciousness of your all-time favorite flavor from your go-to ice cream spot, but you won't know until you try — right?

If you assume you need an ice cream maker to make your own frosty treat, think again (though Rach does have tips for those who want to use one).

One of the show's culinary team members, Grant Melton, has mastered the art of no-churn ice cream — and the only equipment you'll need is your hand or stand mixer. Score!

After all your ingredients are mixed together, your soon-to-be ice cream just needs to chill in the freezer for at least 3 hours or overnight, until completely frozen.

Once you get the hang of it, you can even get creative with your concoctions. But for now, we bet you won't be able to resist trying these:

No-Churn PB 'n J Ice Cream

A childhood favorite in creamy, frozen form? Yes, please!

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2-Ingredient No-Churn Ice Cream

Two ingredients? We can live with that.

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No-Churn Chocolate Hazelnut Ice Cream

What if we told you there are crushed chocolate cookies in this one? Sold? That's what we thought.

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Now that you've made your ice cream, here are a few desserts you can make with it:

Camouflage Ice Cream

Chocolate-Dipped Ice Cream Taco

Ice Cream Cake

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