Raise your hand if you’re an ice cream lover.
Now, raise another if you can name all the tasty ice cream flavors starting with “N” that we’ve got in store for you!
Don’t have both hands up? Don’t worry because we’ve got you covered!
From classic Neapolitan to the ever-popular Nutella, there are plenty of delicious options to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Got your spoon ready?
Great, let’s dig in!
Classic “N” Ice Cream Flavors
Neapolitan Ice Cream
Neapolitan ice cream is a tri-colored ice cream that consists of vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry flavors, all in one container. If you can’t decide on just one flavor – Neapolitan is for you!
If it is, you might want to try this Neapolitan ice cream recipe by Bigger Bolder Baking.
The recipe calls for a simple yet delicious two-ingredient base of cream and condensed milk, which is then divided into three parts to make each of the distinct flavors.
The first part is laced with the vibrant taste of fresh strawberry puree, the second boasts the timeless flavor of vanilla extract, and the third has the luscious richness of melted chocolate.
When all three flavors are scooped into a container, the result is a visually striking and mouth-watering Neapolitan ice cream that will have you reaching for seconds!
Nutella Ice Cream
Attention all Nutella fans! You won’t want to miss this mouth-watering Nutella ice cream recipe by Entertaining with Beth. It’s a surefire way to satisfy your sweet tooth and indulge in the heavenly flavors of Nutella.
One of the best things about this recipe is that it’s versatile and can be made with or without an ice cream machine. So, even if you don’t have one, you can still whip up a batch of this delightful dessert.
The recipe actually provides you with three different ways to make Nutella ice cream.
The first is a simple no-churn, no-egg version that only requires five basic ingredients and a bowl, whisk, and freezer-safe container.
The second recipe requires an electric mixer and the same five ingredients, but with the addition of whipped heavy cream to create a fluffier and lighter texture.
The third recipe is an egg-based custard that requires more ingredients than the other two but results in a more sophisticated and well-balanced flavor profile.
Each of the three recipes has its own set of pros and cons, but the third recipe is the most elevated and indulgent in terms of flavor, sweetness, and richness.
|Neapolitan Ice Cream
|Nutella Ice Cream
|Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry
|Hazelnut Chocolate (Nutella)
|Cream and Condensed Milk
|Depends on recipe (No-Churn, Egg-Based Custard)
|Classic flavors, visually striking presentation
|Indulgent, creamy, Nutella-rich taste with chocolate undertones
|Creamy and smooth with distinct layers of flavors
|Creamy, rich, and dense with a Nutella fudge-like consistency
Unique “N” Ice Cream Flavors
Nectarine Ice Cream
Get ready to take your taste buds on a fruity adventure with this unique and scrumptious nectarine ice cream. Made with fresh nectarines, this ice cream boasts a delectable blend of sweet and tangy flavors that’s sure to delight your palate, especially on a hot summer day.
One of the best things about this ice cream is its creamy texture that perfectly complements the juicy chunks of nectarine. Each bite promises a flavor explosion that’ll have you craving for more.
Want to try making this nectarine ice cream at home? Look no further than Caroline’s Cooking’s recipe. And here’s the cherry on top: you don’t even need an ice cream machine to make it!
To make this indulgent dessert, the recipe suggests roasting the nectarines to intensify their flavor and make the skins easier to remove. However, if you don’t want to turn on the oven, you can also grill or use raw nectarines. Once cooked, blend the nectarines together with sweetened condensed milk and whipped cream. Pour the mixture into a container and freeze it for at least four hours.
Nutmeg Ice Cream
Another unique “N” ice cream flavor is nutmeg ice cream. This ice cream has a warm and comforting flavor, with hints of cinnamon and vanilla.
Elevate your dessert game with this rich and indulgent nutmeg ice cream recipe by BBC Good Food.
The process starts with heating double cream and full-cream milk in a pan until it just starts to boil. While that’s heating, whisk egg yolks and sugar in a large bowl, and then gradually pour the heated cream mixture over the egg mixture, whisking continuously.
Once you’ve mixed together the cream and egg yolks for your ice cream recipe, it’s time to pour the resulting mixture back into a clean pan. Heat the mixture gently while stirring continuously, until it thickens enough to coat the back of a spoon.
Strain the custard through a sieve into a bowl, add freshly-grated nutmeg, and let it cool.
Finally, churn the mixture in an ice cream machine or pour it into a freezer-proof container and freeze for several hours, stirring every 1.5 hours, until the ice cream is smooth and thick.
|Nectarine Ice Cream
|Nutmeg Ice Cream
|Sweet and tangy nectarine
|Warm and comforting nutmeg
|Whipped cream and sweetened condensed milk
|Egg custard made with double cream and milk
|Nectarines, condensed milk, whipped cream
|Double cream, full-cream milk, egg yolks, sugar
|Creamy with chunks of nectarine
|Smooth and thick
|Fruity, refreshing, summer-y
|Warm, comforting, hints of cinnamon and vanilla
Regional “N” Ice Cream Flavors
New York Super Fudge Chunk Ice Cream
If you are a chocolate lover, you must try New York Super Fudge Chunk ice cream. This flavor is a combination of chocolate ice cream, fudge swirls, walnuts, and fudge-covered almonds. This flavor was created by Ben & Jerry’s, a popular ice cream brand based in Vermont.
This recipe for New York Super Fudge Chunk ice cream from Leite’s Culinaria is easy to make at home and tastes just like Ben & Jerry’s. It combines three types of chocolate – milk, dark, and white – with pecans, walnuts, and chocolate-covered almonds to create a mouth-watering flavor explosion.
Eggs are added to the recipe to give the ice cream extra richness and a creamy texture. It is similar to rocky road ice cream, but not exactly the same, as rocky road also contains marshmallows.
Nutter Butter Ice Cream (Mid-Atlantic)
Nutter Butter ice cream is a peanut butter ice cream with chunks of Nutter Butter that was created by Turkey Hill, a popular ice cream brand based in Pennsylvania.
But if you’re feeling adventurous and want to try your hand at a homemade version, then you’ve got to check out this easy and no-churn Nutter Butter ice cream recipe by Wonder Mom Wannabe. With just four ingredients and 15 minutes of prep time, you’ll be enjoying this peanut buttery goodness in no time.
To make this yummy ice cream, you’ll need sweetened condensed milk, heavy cream, vanilla extract, and of course, Nutter Butter cookies. Simply beat the heavy cream until thick, then fold in the sweetened condensed milk and vanilla until smooth. Pour half of the mixture into a freezer-safe container and add half of the cookie crumbles. Repeat with the remaining mixture and cookie crumbles, and freeze for 5-6 hours or overnight. When you’re ready to serve, let the ice cream soften for 5-10 minutes before scooping.
With this easy recipe, you’ll have a delicious and creamy Nutter Butter ice cream that’s perfect for any occasion. Plus, this recipe yields eight servings and can be stored in the freezer for later.
|New York Super Fudge Chunk Ice Cream
|Nutter Butter Ice Cream (Mid-Atlantic)
|Chocolate with fudge, walnuts, and almonds
|Peanut butter with Nutter Butter cookies
|Chocolate ice cream with eggs
|Peanut butter ice cream with sweetened condensed milk and heavy cream
|Milk, dark, and white chocolate, pecans, walnuts, fudge-covered almonds, eggs
|Sweetened condensed milk, heavy cream, vanilla extract, Nutter Butter cookies
|Rich and creamy with various crunchy mix-ins
|Creamy with chunks of cookies
|Indulgent and chocolatey with a mix of textures
|Peanut buttery with bits of crunchy cookies
Hiya! I’m Kimberly, a contributing writer here at Miss Buttercup. I was born and raised in the UP, Michigan’s Upper Peninsula for those who don’t know, the land of beautiful, beach-filled sunny summer days and bone-chilling long winters. Growing up there made me appreciate all the little things about life, especially the way a delicious meal can bring people closer together. I try and put that same feeling into each article I write and I hope it comes across that way!