Butterfinger Crunch Ice Cream

Butterfinger Crunch Ice Cream

I enjoy ice cream way too much. I think I could eat it every day. And I almost did last week when I was on vacation. Ice cream is my traveling must-have treat above all other sweets. And now that I’m back home, I already feel like I’m having withdrawal.

Luckily, this no-churn ice cream is super easy to make. And with just three basic ingredients you can whip up a vanilla ice cream base that’s fun to customize, too.


Basically, you just need to add sweetened condensed milk and vanilla to whipped cream and mix together.


Once you have the base, just mix in your favorite candies, cookies, sprinkles or other fun add ins.

Mixing Ice Cream

I went with Butterfinger candy bars because YUM, but now I want to try all kinds of other combos.


After you mix everything together, freeze the ice cream mixture in a loaf pan or other container that will hold 1.5 quarts.


I bought this Tovolo container a while ago because the long rectangular shape is awesome for scooping and I love it. Stackable and easy to store, too.

Butterfinger Crunch Ice Cream

No-Churn Butterfinger Crunch Ice Cream

Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Additional Time 6 hours
Total Time 6 hours 40 minutes


  • 2 cups heavy cream
  • 14 oz can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1-1/2 teaspoons vanilla
  • 12 fun size Butterfinger candy bars, chopped into small pieces


  1. Chill metal mixing bowl and metal whisk attachment in freezer for about 30 minutes.
  2. Whip heavy cream on high until stiff peaks form, about three minutes.
  3. Fold in sweetened condensed milk and vanilla until combined.
  4. Fold in chopped Butterfingers and pour the mixture into a loaf pan or ice cream container.
  5. Freeze for at least six hours.
Dipped Cone

To decorate cones, dip openings into melted chocolate candy coating, sprinkle with more chopped butterfingers candy bars and let dry on wax paper.

Butterfinger Ice Cream Cone

Scoop and enjoy!

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23 comments on “Butterfinger Crunch Ice Cream”

  1. I have made this ice cream with M&M’s, chocolate bars, and Oreos and it is DELICIOUS! My family and i love this!

  2. Yum, yum, and yum! My favorite kind of ice cream.

  3. Brilliant, simply brilliant. And the decorate cone rocks!

  4. YUM!! It’s awesome that is is no-churn!!

  5. This is going to rock my weekend!

  6. Went to the store today, and they actually sell chopped Butterfingers in the baking aisle. Easier is always better. :)

  7. This ice cream looks so amazing! I can’t wait to try and make it myself, I hope it turns out as goof as yours!

  8. I LOVE ice cream! Thank you for the recipe, can’t wait to make it! I’ll be making cherry chocolate chip!

  9. The way to any mans heart is the combination of butterfingers and ice cream. It’s the truth!

  10. Ohh! I gave up ice cream for August… I OD’d on Hagen Daz all of July (rum raisin), gained 3 pounds and promised myself to be good this month! Must-stick-to-my-promise, at least until September! Bookmarking this page :)

  11. They look so good! I’ve been wanting to make ice cream for a while but couldn’t find an easy recipe. This is perfect!

  12. Wish I had one right now!

  13. No-churn ice cream is my favorite thing right now. Love the butterfingers you added to the ice cream and the cones! :)

  14. Oh that looks waayyyy too easy to make and eat :D is there a way to make it into a chocolate base, I am a chocohalic :P

  15. This looks really good! Right on time since I was craving for ice cream recently! :)

  16. It is one of my goals to make ice cream before summer is over. This seems easy and sounds delicious!

  17. Yuummy Ice Cream, and vanilla makes it amazing, Thanks for high quality photos <3

  18. We also put some melted chocolate at the bottom of the cone to prevent drips… or we coat the entire inside for an extra bit of chocolate yumminess!

  19. Mmhh! Looks really good! I love ice cream and homemade ice cream is always a winner. Now I want some…..

  20. This sounds amazing. Butterfinger is my favorite mix in for ice cream.

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