This Viral Video Shows You How to Make 3-Ingredient Ice Cream

It's delicious—and super simple.

via @jaxfoodhax/tiktok

Where would we be without TikTok? We’d never know that we can throw the detergent cup in the washer to clean it, that our dishwashers have filters or how to make gorgeous cloud bread. Seriously, this app is good for laughs—but it’s also good for cooking and general kitchen life hacks, too.

It’s not super surprising that TikTok’s back at it with yet another simple and tasty recipe: ice cream!

How to Make 3-Ingredient Ice Cream

You’ll only need three ingredients, as promised:

  • a can of sweetened condensed milk
  • 450 ml of cream
  • something for flavoring (in the video, they use leftover chocolate caramel cheesecake)

To start, blend together the condensed milk and the cream until the mixture forms stiff peaks. From there, fold in whatever you’re adding for flavor (although if you’re adding a syrup, we bet you could blend that in when you’re mixing together the rest of the liquids).

Dump the mixture in a sealed container and stick it in the freezer for a few hours, and there you have it—ice cream. It’s that easy!

What we really love about this recipe is how customizable it is. You could add just about anything to it for flavoring; chocolate syrup, candy pieces, fruit, etc. The sky’s the limit.

For a video walkthrough, check out the TikTok below:

@jaxfoodhaxINSTANT ICE CREAM : 2 + ingredients & you’re in creamy heaven. ##fyp ##fypage ##jfhx ##cooking ##icecream ##easy ##food ##recipe ##foodhacks

♬ original sound – jaxfoodhax

Want More TikTok Recipes?

If you’re a fan of TikTok’s beyond easy recipes, you’ll want to try whipped coffee. Hungry for more? Try this breakfast sandwich hack, which we tested and loved. Like cute things? Then bake up this adorable frog bread.

One thing’s for sure—it’s time to get cooking!

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Emily adores both food and writing, so combining those passions as a writer for Taste of Home makes perfect sense. Her work has also appeared in Birds & Blooms and on TV Insider. When she’s not eating peanut butter straight from the jar, you'll find her running or birdwatching. Emily is currently a journalism graduate student at the University of Missouri.