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Homemade Caramel Apple Ice Cream

Easy Caramel Apple Ice Cream served in Cookie Cups

Ice Cream | October 15, 2016 | By

There is something very special about the combination of apples and caramel, it brings back memories of childhood and Halloween, when my gran would make caramel apples and my grandpa would make the sticks to put in them.  These were not a slim lolly stick, but what looked like a piece of kindling for the fire, they were certainly sturdy.  I’ve combined these memorable flavours  to make a gorgeous Homemade Caramel Apple Ice Cream using the Savisto Home Ice Cream Maker

I thought it would be fun to serve the Homemade Caramel Apple Ice Cream in cookie cups.  I noticed that our local  supermarket was selling ready made cookie dough in a tube, something that I know is widely available in the USA but less common in the UK.  It was the first time I’d seen it in Scotland, now usually I would make my own cookie dough, but I wanted to try out this cookie dough because you never know when you might need to use it in a hurry!

Cookie Cups for Homemade Caramel Apple Ice cream

It was incredibly easy to make the cookie cups this way, I simply sliced the cookie dough and placed in a muffin tin, baked according to the packet instructions and when it was time to remove them from the oven. I had a small glass ready to push the soft dough  down in the middle to form a little cup.  Once cooled, the cookie cups were ready to be filled.  

It worked really well and the cookies were good, I’m going to try with homemade cookie dough, which is always better, and see if I can get the same effect. 

Homemade Caramel Apple Ice Cream
Luscious homemade Caramel Apple Ice Cream, super simple to make and perfect for using the bounty of the autumn/fall harvest.
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  1. 3 medium apples
  2. 60 g butter
  3. 60 g soft brown sugar
  4. 1 tsp cinnamon
  5. 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  6. 1 375 g can Carnation Caramel or Dulce de Leche
  7. 500 ml chilled double (heavy) cream
  8. 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  1. Peel and chop 2 apples
  2. Put 40 g butter and 40 g brown sugar and cinnamon in a skillet and heat gently until the butter is bubbling and the sugar has dissolved.
  3. Raise the heat to medium and add the apples and cinnamon and cook, stirring until the apples are soft and pulpy, add the vanilla extract and leave to cool.
  4. Whip the double cream until it forms stiff peaks.
  5. Gently stir in the can of caramel/dulce de leche.
  6. Chill the mixture for an hour in the refrigerator.
  7. Churn the ice cream mixture in an ice cream maker for best results. See notes for alternative.
  8. When the ice cream is churned and thickened, remove from the ice cream maker into a plastic freezer box.
  9. Stir in the cooled apple mixture until the apple mixture is well distributed. Place the box in the freezer.
To make the caramelised apple slices
  1. Slice and core the remaining apple and cook in the same way as before with the remaining butter and sugar until the apples are just yielding and are golden but not falling apart, empty on to a plate with the juice from the pan and leave to cool.
  2. Serve scoops of Caramel Apple Ice Cream (in cookie cups if making) with a slice of apple and some of the caramel drizzled over.
  1. If you don't have an ice cream maker, freeze the mixture in a shallow freezer-proof dish breaking up any ice crystals that form with a fork every couple of hours until it is frozen. It is a very rich and sweet mixture so won't freeze too hard, but remove from the freezer 20 minutes before serving for best flavour.
Adapted from A Latte Food
Adapted from A Latte Food
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Savisto Home Ice Cream Maker with Homemade Caramel Apple Ice Cream

I made the Homemade Caramel Apple Ice Cream in a Savisto Home Ice Cream Maker, it’s really easy to use.  You simply freeze the bowl for 12 hours before using, fit the paddle and and the lid and off you go.  I loved the timer feature, I’ve had ice cream makers in the past and they didn’t have this feature, it’s really useful to be able to set the timer and go off and do something else.

The Savisto Home Ice Cream Maker comes with an instruction manual and a super recipe book with the Top Ten Essential Ice Cream Recipes followed by an A-Z of Ice Cream Recipes, a chapter on Water Ices and Sorbets and finishing with Ice Cream toppings.  You won’t be short of ideas, tips and hints with this book. 

The Savisto Home Ice Cream Maker is currently on offer for £34.99 with free UK delivery. 

Delicious Homemade Caramel Apple Ice Cream served in Cookie Cups

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The Homemade Caramel Apple Ice Cream is rich and creamy.   It doesn’t taste too sweet as the acidity of the apple helps to counteract the sweet caramel.  We loved the cookie cup bowls, but the ice cream would be just as good served on it’s own or with apple crumble, apple pie or perhaps with a warm brownie – now there’s a thought!  

Why not serve Homemade Caramel Apple Ice Cream in a cone with extra caramel sauce and sprinkles at your Halloween or Bonfire party?  

Linking up with Teatime Treats, Treat Petite and Simple and in Season

I’m adding Homemade Caramel Apple Ice Cream to the following recipe Link ups:

Tea Time Treats: is featuring Halloween and Bonfire Night Treats in this popular linky run by Karen at Lavender and Lovage, Manjiri at Travels for Taste and Jo at Jo’s Kitchen – Jo is hosting for October.

Treat Petite: full of gorgeous makes and bakes in bite sized portions and run by Stuart at Cakeyboi and Kat at Baking Explorer – Kat is hosting the October Linky.

Simple and in Season: celebrating seasonal ingredients with Katie from Feeding Boys

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Delicious Caramel Apple Ice Cream

Thanks to Savisto Home for the Ice Cream Maker, I was not paid for this review and all opinions are my own. 

    • Janice Pattie
      October 16, 2016

      Thanks Nayna, you can’t go wrong with ice cream 😊

    • Janice Pattie
      October 16, 2016

      Thanks Kavey, yes the cookie cups were fun and the ice cream is lush🍦

  1. Choclette
    October 16, 2016

    Ooh yes, love caramel and apple together. What a fab idea to make them into ice cream and an even fabber idea to serve in cookie cups. Oh wow, I bet they were delicious.

    • Janice Pattie
      October 16, 2016

      Thanks Choclette, they were indeed delicious ☺️

    • Janice Pattie
      October 16, 2016

      Thanks Dom, funny how some things bring back memories, I think I just spend too much time on Pinterest drooling over recipe inspiration!

  2. Corina
    October 17, 2016

    Caramel and apple is such a lovely combination! I didn’t think I’d be making any more ice cream this year but reading this really has made me want to get my ice cream maker out again and I love the homemade cookie cups too.
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    • Janice Pattie
      October 17, 2016

      Thanks Corina, I love ice cream all year round!

  3. Mimi
    October 19, 2016

    Wow. I would eat this in a heartbeat, and I’m not often attracted to desserts!
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    • Janice Pattie
      October 19, 2016

      Thanks Mimi, glad you like it. It’s hard to resist ice cream!

  4. Kat (The Baking Explorer)
    October 30, 2016

    Yum! This is so indulgent, and the bowl is edible – even better! Thanks for linking up with #TreatPetite

    • Janice Pattie
      October 30, 2016

      Thanks Kat

  5. Katie
    October 31, 2016

    Oh my they look LUSH! What a genius idea making the cookie cups to put the ice cream in – my boys would go WILD for a dessert like this. I think they’d like to have a go at making it too 🙂 Thanks so much for hooking up again with Simple and in Season.
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    • Janice Pattie
      November 1, 2016

      Glad you like it, still enjoying the ice cream from the freezer, here. Although the cookie cups are long gone.

    • Janice Pattie
      November 9, 2016

      Thank you, always a pleasure

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