Today is the fifth and final day of Ice Cream Week. I know, it’s a little sad because, if you’re anything like me, you can’t have enough ice cream recipes. But today’s is absolutely worth the wait. It is a peanut butter and jelly ice cream And no, that’s not the surprise even though, I think this flavor’s worth it. But today, I get to tell you that along with this video, we are giving away a KitchenAid mixer with the ice cream attachment. What?! Yes, I’m serious. You are gonna get an awesome KitchenAid mixer and ice cream attachment. Guys, this seriously is so exciting for me because KitchenAid is one of my favorite products and I think everyone that wants to bake amazing things or cook amazing things should have one of these so I’m so excited to bring this to you. All you have to do is leave a comment and tell me your favorite ice cream flavor and you could be on your way to a new mixer and ice cream attachment. Make sure to check out the official rules, terms and conditions in the description box below just so you know what’s going on. Make sure to stick around now because we are going to make one more amazing flavor of peanut butter and jelly. I know this sounds a little odd, but honestly, it is all the amazing flavor of peanut butter, a delicious strawberry jam, melded together in a delicious ice cream. To start, like so many of our others, just pour together your milk and your cream, add your sugar, a little bit of corn syrup, and a pinch of salt. Stir that together and then place it on the stove over medium-high heat. While that’s coming to a boil, you wanna just stir together a little bit more milk and some cornstarch to make a cornstarch slurry. Whisk that until it’s completely dissolved into the milk and then set it aside. Once your milk mixture is at a full boil, let it boil for a few minutes and then remove it from the heat and whisk in your cornstarch slurry. Once that is whisked in off the heat, put it back on the heat and let it come to a simmer. Once there are bubbles throughout and just at a simmer, you know the cornstarch is activated and you can remove it from the heat. When it’s off the heat, you can stir in your peanut butter and vanilla and then just whisk it until the peanut butter is completely dissolved into the mixture. At this point, it already smells almost good enough to drink, but let it cool off, pour it into an airtight container and then put it into your fridge just to chill completely. It’s best to do this, to me, overnight but you can also put it on an ice bath if you wanna chill it quicker. While your ice cream base is chilling, you can make your fabulous strawberry jam. You can use a pre-bought or pre-made strawberry jam but it’s really quick just to make your own and then it’s completely homemade that way and it’s worth it and I really hope you do it ’cause it’s so good. Slightly mash your strawberries and then add your sugar and just macerate those together by stirring them. Add in a little bit of lemon juice and then place that on the stove. Bring it to a boil over medium-high heat, really just like you do any other type of jam and then let that cook until it is thickened. This is really how you make any type of simple jam or sauce so cook it until it’s slightly thickened, which really does not take that long and then remove it from the heat. And, if you’re anything like me, you wanna make this the day before and just put it in the fridge. It’s the most simple that way. When you’re ready to make your ice cream, just pull out your ice cream freezer and follow the instructions that are with your freezer. I use my wonderful KitchenAid ice cream attachment with my KitchenAid mixer pour in the ice cream base, and then freeze it for about 25 minutes. Once it’s frozen, pull it off and then really the best way to pack this is like we did with some other ice creams that have different flavors in them. Just layer it in with the strawberry jam to your container. That way, when you scoop it, you’ll get that wonderful marbled effect that you want. Put in a little bit of peanut butter ice cream, a little bit of strawberry jam and keep going until you’re done. This could make a little bit more than some of the ice creams so you’ll probably need a second container ready to go. Put it back into the freezer and let it chill for a little bit longer, a few hours. And then pull it out and you’ve an amazing peanut butter and strawberry jam ice cream. This is so good it’s like eating a sandwich but better because it’s ice cream. I don’t think I need to say any more. Make sure to leave a comment below telling me your favorite ice cream flavor so one of you can get this awesome KitchenAid mixer and ice cream attachment. 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