Cold Stone Inspired Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Batter Ice Cream (No Cook)

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No cook, egg free Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Batter Ice Cream! Ready to churn in just 2 minutes and taste's like you are licking the bowl of Cold Stone's oatmeal raisin cookie batter ice cream! Ice cream is one of our favorite desserts during the summer despite the messy little toddler arms covered in melted drips of ice cream. They are even more popular with the chef in the kitchen (that would be lil’ old me) when I don’t have to turn on the stove and heat up the kitchen at all! This delicious bowl of ice cream you see above is no cook and egg free Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Batter Ice Cream! Ready to churn in just 2 minutes and taste’s like you are licking the bowl of Cold Stone’s oatmeal raisin cookie batter ice cream! How can you beat that?

Making ice cream can seem daunting or expensive. Granted the ingredients (mostly the heavy cream) are not inexpensive but the flavors you can make at home will win you over! If you ever want to have a bit of ice cream inspiration you can always head over to my business page where you can see all of the Ice Cream Flavors I make for my clients. I dare you to find most of those in your grocery store! 🙂

When it comes to equipment to make your ice cream there are a huge number of options. I have three ice cream makers (of course I have a ton of kitchen gadgets, my friends joke my house looks like a Williams-Sonoma store that collided with a Toys R Us) including a fancy gelato maker, a standalone Cuisinart and a Kitchenaid Stand Mixer attachment.  For purely lazy reasons alone I usually use my fancy gelato maker because it is self freezing and I don’t have to stash a bowl in the freezer. I’ve even seen some awesomely creative people make ice cream with bags of salt and ziploc bags of custard shaken together. Either way, if you have an interest in ice cream just do a quick Google search and you’ll find a great tool at your disposal. Most of my clients who would ask for my recommendation ended up buying the Cuisinart one.

Mix the brown sugar, oats, raisins and cinnamon in a bowl together. No cook, egg free Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Batter Ice Cream! Ready to churn in just 2 minutes and taste's like you are licking the bowl of Cold Stone's oatmeal raisin cookie batter ice cream!
Mix the milk, cream and cake mix together.No cook, egg free Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Batter Ice Cream! Ready to churn in just 2 minutes and taste's like you are licking the bowl of Cold Stone's oatmeal raisin cookie batter ice cream!
Add in the dry oat mixture until well combined.  No cook, egg free Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Batter Ice Cream! Ready to churn in just 2 minutes and taste's like you are licking the bowl of Cold Stone's oatmeal raisin cookie batter ice cream! Put in ice cream maker and make to your machine’s specifications.  Freeze for at least 4 hours, preferably overnight.   No cook, egg free Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Batter Ice Cream! Ready to churn in just 2 minutes and taste's like you are licking the bowl of Cold Stone's oatmeal raisin cookie batter ice cream!  Or you know, you could always serve it with some delicious Homemade Salted Caramel Sauce. Just an idea of course! 😉 No cook, egg free Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Batter Ice Cream! Ready to churn in just 2 minutes and taste's like you are licking the bowl of Cold Stone's oatmeal raisin cookie batter ice cream!

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Cold Stone Inspired Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Batter Ice Cream (No Cook)

  • Yield: 8 servings
  • Prep Time: 2 minutes
  • Cook Time: 30 minutes
  • Total Time: 32 minutes
  • Course: Dessert
  • Cuisine: American
No cook, egg free Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Batter Ice Cream! Ready to churn in just 2 minutes and taste's like you are licking the bowl of Cold Stone's oatmeal raisin cookie batter ice cream!

Ingredients

  • 2 cups half and half
  • 1 cup 2% milk (This is what we have on hand for our toddler, use any milk you may have, even non-fat)
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla
  • 3/4 cup white cake mix
  • 1/2 cup regular oats
  • 1/2 cup raisins
  • 2 teaspoons cinnamon

Instructions

Note: click on times in the instructions to start a kitchen timer while cooking.

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  1. Mix the brown sugar, oats, raisins and cinnamon in a bowl together.
  2. Mix the milk, cream and cake mix together, then add in the dry oat mixture until well combined.
  3. Put in ice cream maker and make to your machine's specifications.
  4. Freeze for at least 4 hours, preferably overnight.

Recipe Notes

Adapted heavily from Food.com

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Nutrition Information

Yield: 8 servings, Amount per serving: calories

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Dinner then Dessert TIPS Not a fan of raisins? I have made this ice cream with peanut butter chips instead. Also chocolate chips of course! If you would make it in a cookie you could substitute it in here easily too! For the holidays last year I swapped out raisins for cranberries and the cinnamon for pumpkin pie spice. CRAVEABLE!

No cook, egg free Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Batter Ice Cream! Ready to churn in just 2 minutes and taste's like you are licking the bowl of Cold Stone's oatmeal raisin cookie batter ice cream!

Psst…want something chocolatey instead? Check out my Super Dark Chocolate Stracciatella Ice Cream 🙂 You can thank me later!

No cook, egg free Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Batter Ice Cream! Ready to churn in just 2 minutes and taste's like you are licking the bowl of Cold Stone's oatmeal raisin cookie batter ice cream!

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  1. This recipe looks amazing. We love ice cream. I used to make it with my sister but haven’t in a long time. We have two pear trees that will be ready by the end of the summer. I probably should start finding great recipes for them. Thanks for this recipe it looks delicious and easy to make!

    1. My pleasure! I would be so excited to make a pear ice cream, maybe with a fig compote! or candied walnuts mixed in!

  2. Good. Grief. You are some sort of a master chef disguising yourself as a blogger aren’t you? I knew it!

  3. This looks fabulous and Oatmeal Raisin is one of my absolute favorites. It has been a long time since I have made some homemade ice cream. I am going to use this as motivation to do so.

  4. Your Ice cream sounds really delicious, I’m a big raisin fan and love to cook with them, Id rather them than the peanut butter chips 🙂

  5. this sounds amazing! I use to love to get a concrete like this before gluten free. This is going to help me recreate it!

  6. This looks so delicious. I am going to try this on the weekend. I hope mine turns out as good as yours.

  7. I would love to try this recipe. I have never tried making anything like this before. I would use crasins instead of raisins.

  8. If you’re going to make a copycat recipe, Stone Cold is def. the way to go. I love that place! This sounds amazing.

  9. This looks delicious. I love love love homemade ice cream – the making the ice cream and waiting is as much for as eating.

  10. Yum. This is so different. It sounds just wonderful. Would love to give this a try, we love ice cream at my house!

    1. Haha, you would be shocked at some of the requests for flavors I have gotten. Over the years the list builds!

  11. I love eating ice cream but have never liked trying to make it, so I will just have to keep buying my ice crack, ahem I mean ice cream at the market! LOL

    My favorite is white chocolate raspberry truffle by Haagen Daaz and Cherry Garcia by Ben & Jerry! Unfortunately I have never tried Coldstone because they are nowhere near me, but if I see one while I’m on the road this summer I will definitely stop in. 🙂

  12. We have an ice cream maker and I am so trying this! My husband will love it since he loves making ice cream. 🙂

    1. Thanks! yes! much. I cheated a bit and added a melted butter, graham cracker crumb mixture to the top and make it even more ridiculous when I was making a cheesecake and had some extra crust mix left over.

  13. Omg, that looks so yummy! I am drooling on my keyboard right now. I have to make this. On another note, I would really like my own gelato maker!

    1. I LOVE my gelato maker. The only down side to it is the weight. It is like carrying one of those old tube tvs that you just don’t understand how it could be so heavy. Like the entire inside is made of cast iron or something.

  14. I’ve never made homemade ice cream before, but would love to try sometime. That looks and sounds delicious!

    1. Oh yes, you’d never guess how amazing it comes out. Just like licking the bowl of cake batter without the pesky raw eggs.

  15. Can I leave out the cake mix? Or would I need to substitute something else for consistency purposes, do you think? I know it wouldn’t be cake batter flavored but that’s ok with us. Oatmeal raisin anything is my husband’s favorite! Thanks!

    1. Sorry this comment took so long to get to, it ended up in my spam filter somehow! Sorry I just found a huge number of comments over the last three months that was snared in the spam filter and I am trying to follow up with each one now even though in your case I am way too late to help. It isn’t for consistency so much as for the flavor. It adds the “cookie” flavor to the ice cream. Otherwise it would taste more like cinnamon raisin ice cream. Hope that helps, sorry again for the crazy delay in responding.

      1. Thanks so much for responding! I did make the recipe without the cake mix, but I added a teaspoon of butter extract as a substitute to mimic the “cookie” flavor. It worked wonderfully, and was a huge hit with my husband and kids!