No-Churn Buko Pandan Ice Cream

Buko Pandan ice cream with fine strips of youthful coconut and violent pandan flavor is easy to prepare at home and you do n’t need an ice cream maker! Rich and delicate, it’s a frozen treat you ’ll want all time round!

Since I learned how to make ice cream without an ice cream maker, I’ve yet to buy marketable ice cream. Why would I do that when I can fluently whip up a batch at home with minimum trouble?

The process of making manual ice cream is so simple and it’s just a matter of whipping up heavy cream and condensed milk and adding the flavors. Seriously, the hardest part is staying for the admixture to indurate.

I’ve tried numerous kinds using this no- bottle systemsimilar as avocado, mango and ube macapuno, all with excellent results. The ice cream is richdelicate and much better than store bought with far smaller constituents. And cheaper too!

Since buko pandan salad happens to be one of the most popular fashions on the blog, I allowed you might want to enjoy its succulent flavors in ice cream form. Rich, delicate and full of shredded youthful coconut and violent pandan flavor, you ’ll crave it all time round.

Unfortunately, if you do n’t like using food excerpts in your food medication, this buko pandan ice cream isn’t for you. Buko pandan excerpt serves not only for aesthetic purposes, but also as the main flavor element.

I ’m sure there are ways to use fresh pandan leaves, but I have n’t tried it and have no experience to guide you through the process.

Helpful hints

  • For thicker froth and better peaksuse heavy cream with at least 30 milk fat. You can replace Nestlé’s protean cream with heavy cream.
  • For outside volumeheavy cream and condensed milk should be veritably cold. You can also chill the coliseum and beaters in the freezer for about 20 to 30 twinkles.
  • Start whipping the cream on low speed to produce lower bubbles for a stable froth. When the admixture starts to cakeincrease the speed to medium and continue beating until stiff peaks form.
  • Don’t beat the cream or the fat in the admixture will separate from the liquid. You have reached stiff peaks when the cream is thick and heavy and clings to the switchesTurn the whisk up to check. The tips should hold proudly and point straight over without collapsing.
  • Drain the youthful coconut veritably WELL as redundant liquid will beget ice chargers and a rough texture.
  • You can also add Nata de coco to make the ice cream doubly as succulentDrain well so the saccharinity does n’t candy the ice cream too important and fold them into the cream admixture along with the buko strips for redundant yum.
  • The lighter and airier the whipped cream, the silkier the ice cream. Gently fold in the coconut, being careful not to blow the cream admixture.
  • Gently press the plastic serape or wax paper over the entire face of the ice cream to help ice chargers from forming.
  • Store the ice cream vessel in the reverse of the freezer where the temperature is coldest and most harmonious, as temperature oscillations can affect in a coarse texture.

How to serve and store.

  • Enjoy frozen buko pandan ice cream as a cate after a mess or whenever you need a sweet treat.
  • Store in an watertight freezer safe vessel and indurate for over to one week.

More pandan fashions

Buko Pandan is easy to make and a crowd pleaser! This Filipino- style salad with gulaman, youthful coconut, and tropical triumphs is delicatesucculent, and makes a great snack or cate .
Buko Pandan Ice Cream

Homemade Buko Pandan Ice Cream with only four constituents and no ice cream maker needed. Rich, delicate and full of fresh youthful coconut and pandan flavor, it’s a great summer treat!
  • Preparation time 10 min
  • cuisine time 0 min
  • indurating 6 hours
  • Total time 6 hours 10 twinkles
  • By Lalaine Manalo

Course Cate


  • 2 mugs heavy cream, veritably cold
  • can( 14 ounces) condensed milk, veritably cold
  • drops of buko pandan seasoned excerpt
  • 1 mug tattered youthful coconut, well drained


  • In a large coliseumcombine heavy cream and condensed milk.
  • Using a hand mixer on low speedbeat the admixture until it begins to cakeIncrease the speed to medium and continue to beat for about 8 to 10 twinkles or until stiff peaks form.
  • While whisking, squeeze in a many drops of food coloring until asked color is reached.
  • Gently fold in the tattered coconut until separated.
  • Transfer the admixture to a 9 x 5 loaf visageCover with plastic serape and smoothly press the antipode to the face of the cream admixture.
  • snap for at least 6 hours or overnight. Serve firmed .