1 can sweetened condensed milk
1 pint heavy cream
Pinch of salt
Whisk the heavy cream, condensed milk, and salt in a bowl.
Pour the mixture into sheet pan.
Chop up 2 BonBites into small pieces and sprinkle evenly onto milk and cream mixture.
Freeze for at least 4 hours.
Once ice cream is frozen solid, remove from the freezer and use metal spatula to scrape ice cream, beginning from the edge of pan.
Place the rolled ice cream in a chilled bowl and top with favorite toppings.
Step by Step Details:
To start making your cinnamon rolled ice cream, combine the heavy cream, condensed milk, and salt in a small bowl, whisking together until fully mixed.
Pour the mixture over two quarter sheet pans or one half sheet pan. Make sure the ice cream base just barely covers the bottom, no thicker than a ¼-inch.
Finely chop up 2 BonBites into small pieces. With a whisk, mix the BonBite pieces into the ice cream base to ensure they’re evenly distributed.
Freeze for at least 4 hours. Make sure to also put your scrapers and ice cream bowls in the freezer so the ice cream doesn’t melt while rolling.
After the ice cream is frozen solid, remove from the freezer. Quickly place the metal spatula/paint scraper at an 45° angle against the edge of the pan, pushing carefully forward. If necessary, use a knife to help the cream form into a roll shape. You may need to use a knife to cut along the line you are rolling to break up any BonBite pieces.
Place the rolled ice cream in a bowl and serve. Drizzle with caramel sauce, chocolate sauce, or any of your other favorite toppings.
Here are a few tips to help ensure that your homemade cinnamon rolled ice cream featuring Cinnabon BonBites is as delicious as possible:
- Cinnabon suggests using a stainless steel baking sheet. Other materials, such as aluminum, are much more likely to experience scraping and scratching from the metal spatula.
- Heavy cream and whipping cream can be used interchangeably. Heavy cream gives a slightly thicker, creamier texture.
- Consider chilling the serving bowl and the metal spatula to help prevent the ice cream from melting.