This chunky turtle ice cream is made with salted caramel and loaded with toasted pecans, and plenty of chocolate. This delicious ice cream recipe will become your family favourite!
Please note the cook time does not reflect all the inactive time. You need two days to make this ice cream. My suggestion is to make the base and the pecans one evening. Then churn the ice cream the next morning, allowing it to freeze for the entire day. I made my base one evening, then churned the next day. Then froze it all day and overnight. Then we ate it on the third day. Just force of habit. I like my ice cream set up really well. So time this out so you have a minimum of 1 hour prep, 4 hours of chill time, and 4 hours of freezing time. So the absolute minimum time to make this is 9 hours, 8 of it being inactive.
Recipe credit to Scoop Adventures by Lindsay Clendaniel. Used with permission by author and editor. I received a copy of Lindsay's book for free before I made the recipe.