Einkorn Cookie Ice Cream with Fudge Swirl

One of the things I toyed with getting after finding out I won that Williams-Sonoma gift card while on vacation was an upgraded ice cream maker. I have this one (in blue), but I’ve had my eye on Cuisinart’s for a couple years now. In the end, I decided on a few other things, and figured I’d keep the ice cream maker I have for the time being. And with it, I made some ice cream. Einkorn Cookie Ice Cream with Fudge Swirl.

Einkorn Cookie Ice Cream with Fudge Swirl

I know what you’re thinking: What the hell is an Einkorn Cookie? Why, it’s a cookie made with Einkorn flour! Okay, before I decided to add the fudge swirl, I just liked the way “Einkorn Cookie Ice Cream” sounded. But seriously, they’re Crispy Cocoa Cookies, from Jovial Foods. I actually placed the order when I was still at my dad’s, but it didn’t arrive until a couple days ago. I like the cookies, but as Jay would say, they taste “healthy.” They’re not overly sweet, but you can taste the cocoa (and the Einkorn). I thought it might be fun to crush a few of them and add them to some homemade ice cream.

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And I decided to make some homemade fudge sauce, and swirl that through. It was delicious!

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Einkorn Cookie Ice Cream with Fudge Swirl

Yields 4-6

12 hr, 15 Prep Time

15 minCook Time

12 hr, 30 Total Time

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  • 2 C heavy cream
  • 1 C whole milk
  • 1/2 C sugar
  • 2 tsp. vanilla bean paste
  • 6-7 Crispy Cocoa Cookies (I used these from Jovial), crushed, but with larger chunks
  • 1/2 recipe Easy Hot Fudge Sauce , cooled


  1. Mix together the cream and milk. Whisk in the sugar and vanilla bean paste. Continue whisking until the sugar is somewhat dissolved. Cover, and refrigerate at least 8 hours, or overnight.
  2. Process about 12 oz. of the mixture in an ice cream maker according to manufacturer's directions. Once the ice cream is ready, remove it to a larger bowl and place in the freezer, while repeating the process with another 12 oz.
  3. Add the crushed cookies and dollops of fudge according to manufacturer's directions--I had the best luck with adding them once the ice cream had firmed up after about 10 minutes.
  4. Ripen in the freezer for about 2 hours before serving.
Recipe Type: Dessert

It didn’t last long…I ate what was in the dish after taking pictures, and polished off the rest soon after.  Guess I’ll just have to make some again soon!

3 thoughts on “Einkorn Cookie Ice Cream with Fudge Swirl

  1. I love my Cuisinart ice cream maker. This ice cream also looks awesome! I love that it's kind of melty too.
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