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Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Copycat Recipes

Updated on October 26, 2007
Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt
Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt

Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream

Ben & Jerry's was formed by two lifelong friends. The single ice cream shop became very popular due to its unique ice cream flavors. Every year in the spring, Ben & Jerry's ice cream shops has a 'Free Scoop Day' and gives out free ice cream cones.

If you've been relocated and don't have a Ben & Jerry's near you, but crave those great ice cream flavor combinations, there's still hope. We have copycat Ben & Jerry's ice cream recipes just for you. Basic ice cream flavors like strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate are included. We also have the more unique Ben & Jerry's ice cream recipe clones like Cantaloupe ice cream, Chunky Monkey ice cream, Dastardly Mash ice cream, and many other copy cat ice cream recipes. Enjoy!

Ben & Jerry's Waffle Cone
Ben & Jerry's Waffle Cone

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      neo 

      6 years ago

      i love cherry garcia! be sure to add vanilla though....

      1-2 teaspoons is good!

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      debra 

      6 years ago

      why don't u make a icecream 4 the 4th of july&call it red,white&u

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      Amy 

      6 years ago

      Isn't there a risk of salmonella when using raw eggs? I can't really find any Ppasteurized eggs here in the netherlands so it would be great to know.

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      hanwillingham 

      7 years ago

      Nice review.

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      Dennis 

      7 years ago

      **** Warning to all ******

      Does anyone verify these links to get the recipes? I just now got a Norton warning telling me to not go to the •Mocha Swiss Chocolate Almond Ice Cream- Ben & Jerry's Copycat Ice Cream Recipe web page. How about someone checking out these links before you post the links here? There are no excuses for this. I would recommend to all not to use this web page anymore!!!!!

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      Beth 

      7 years ago

      Anybody have a copycat for Wavy Gravy? Won the Resurect-a Flavor contest twice. LocalB&J mngr says will never come back permanently b/c not cost-effective. Also,not cooking/tempering base first? those eggs are raw...

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      Icecreammaker 

      8 years ago

      Hiya, I made the strawberry recipe above. I actually used frozen strawberries from the store (they were much cheaper than out of season strawberries). It turned out good. I was really happy with it. Now it means that I can buy strawberries cheap when they are in season and freeze them to use at a later day. Win win. Thanks for the recipes.

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      amelia 

      8 years ago

      I my original cup of Imagine Whirled Peace and Half Baked Coookie Dough, but it tasted better than usual. It was a nice sunny day for ice cream today, too! [I was just being sarcastic,it was actually raining today]

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      JimmyYahoo 

      8 years ago

      The Base #2 needs to add 2 egg yolks to the mix. The resulting ice cream without eggs will be of a soft serve consistency and texture. If you want the rich velvety goodness that is B+J then you need eggs, two of them, yolks that is.

      Goes for all good ice cream.

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      Marissa 

      8 years ago

      Ben and Jerry, U guys are genius. I luv your seven layer coconut bar ice cream.I had it acouple days ago and so far in my life it is the best thing that has ever past my lips.

      Thankyou!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      nikki 

      8 years ago

      i was just wondering what kind of raisins do you use in the dastardly mash ice cream?

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      DR. GEORGE YUILLE CALDWELL 

      9 years ago

      How much Palm Oil, other vegetable oils, do you use in Ben & Jerry's Iced Cream?

      Remember, MARGARINE is NOT a food. It is an industrial grease with yellow paint added.

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