No Churn – Saffron Ice Cream

No Churn – Saffron Ice Cream: creamy, flavorful and delicious in every bite, this ice-cream recipe is made using saffron, coconut milk, condensed milk and pistachio. Super quick and deliciousNo Churn - Saffron Ice Cream

No Churn – Saffron Ice Cream is Totally Yummmm!

Who doesn’t love ice-creams but the only thing that stops us from making them at home is the tedious process for that creamy bite!

Seriously, who’s gonna keep churning the ice-cream mix again and again or the other option is to buy an ice-cream maker.

Which I would absolutely do, but what do I do till then?

That’s exactly when we ended up making this Saffron Ice Cream which is No Churn and a Perfect Festive Dessert.

easy Saffron Ice Cream recipe

And with the approaching festive season what better dessert that pleases the whole family!!!

Absolutely creamy and wait for the best part – takes just 10 minutes to make and 40 minutes to freeze, now that’s what I call a festive delight!

I’ve been making ice-creams at home for the last 2-3 years and yes, I would definitely want to buy an ice-cream maker (always excited to add that one more gadget).

Someday but till then I’m gonna enjoy this delicious delight one spoon at a time 😉  

Indian Saffron Ice Cream recipe

Ingredients for the No-Churn – Saffron Ice Cream:

This Ice Cream is also the answer to many of my friends asking for a non-traditional Indian sweet.

Also known as mithai (ladoos, barfi, rasgulla, jalebi, etc) but something that goes with Indian or any other festive theme. 

No Churn - Saffron Ice Cream

This ice-cream has all the Indian flavors going and is equally easy to make. Think Flavors Like:




Some of you might be worried if this homemade ice-cream would have any crystals or that flakey icy thing going on and the answer is absolutely not.

The mixture of coconut milk (full fat) and condensed milk (known as milkmaid in India) gives it a similar texture as of whipped cream which doesn’t crystalize.

The result is a smooth and creamy ice-cream.

Customize as Per Your Taste:

What I love most about these no-churn ice-creams is the ability to customize the flavors as per your taste.

Or think to mix all sorts of ingredients like candies/cookies/syrups/fruits/nuts/spices….. just about bazillion things.


As I write this post, I’m almost done devouring the last bite of this yummy deliciousness and I’d be heading out to get the ingredients for another batch of this ice-cream.

I’m making this Saffron Ice Cream for our Diwali Festivities along with few other favorite recipes (that I would share soon).

Keep an eye and check back as it’s gonna be one delicious party.

Until Next Time ~ XoXo

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No Churn - Saffron Ice Cream


Yield: 10 Glasses

No Churn - Saffron Ice Cream

No Churn - Saffron Ice Cream

No Churn - Saffron Ice Cream: creamy, flavorful and delicious in every bite, this ice-cream recipe is made using saffron, coconut milk, condensed milk and pistachio. Super quick and delicious

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Total Time 55 minutes


  • 1 Can Coconut Milk - use full fat
  • 1 Can Condense Milk - can be low fat
  • 1/2 Tsp Saffron
  • 1/2 Tsp Cardamom Powder
  • 10 Pistachio - chopped


  1. In a large bowl, whisk together coconut milk and condense milk.
  2. Now sprinkle some saffron strands, cardamom powder, chopped pistachio and fold everything gently.
  3. Transfer to an air-tight container and freeze for 45-50 minutes (for a soft serve) or 2 hours for an extra firm texture.
  4. Once the ice-cream is set, remove it from freezer.
  5. Scoop 1-2 dollops in a serving bowl and sprinkle with saffron and pistachio.
  6. Similarly scoop the ice-cream in each serving bowl (I'm using 6) and decorate.
  7. Serve Chilled.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 353Total Fat: 31gSaturated Fat: 26gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 7mgSodium: 70mgCarbohydrates: 18gFiber: 2gSugar: 8gProtein: 6g

27 Replies to "No Churn - Saffron Ice Cream"

  • Molly Kumar November 12, 2016 (10:41 am)

    Thanks Iika

  • Alyssa October 24, 2016 (4:18 pm)

    Oh an, I’m an ice cream fiend! I Think buying an ice cream maker would definitely be my downfall, LOL. This recipe seems so interesting! Props to you for getting it just right. 🙂

  • Cathy October 23, 2016 (4:31 pm)

    This is so unique!! I don’t think I have ever tried saffron ice cream before, but it definitely looks very festive!

    • Molly Kumar October 24, 2016 (2:35 am)

      Thanks Cathy. It’s a very popular and favorite ice -cream flavor in India (pretty much every restaurant would carry it). I hope you get to try it someday 🙂

  • Pam October 23, 2016 (1:04 am)

    I love ice cream! This one looks so fancy in your pictures! It’d be great for a festive holiday dessert!

  • Reesa Lewandowski October 21, 2016 (5:23 pm)

    What an exotic combination. I have never had figs! My husband and I were just talking about them and how I want to try it!

    • Molly Kumar October 22, 2016 (4:37 pm)

      You should definitely give them a try soon, it’s a delicious fruits with endless possibilities. Thanks for liking our recipe – Hugs, Molly

  • Stacey October 21, 2016 (4:09 pm)

    What an interesting combination for ice cream! I have never had figs in ice cream before but it sure sounds yummy! And I love how easy it is to make.

    • Molly Kumar November 12, 2016 (10:42 am)

      Thanks Stacey, glad you liked it.

  • Taylor Mobley October 21, 2016 (2:03 pm)

    I have never eaten figs or saffron but that sounds easy enough to make and it is definitely beautiful to look at!

    • Molly Kumar November 12, 2016 (10:46 am)

      You should definitely give it a try. Thanks 🙂

  • Terri Steffes October 21, 2016 (1:11 pm)

    My daughter will adore this. I am adding it to my Thanksgiving list of desserts. I cannot wait to see her face!

    • Molly Kumar November 12, 2016 (10:48 am)

      Awee, that would be great Terri – Thanks so much.

  • Dana Vento October 21, 2016 (12:27 pm)

    This is a yummy dessert! I want to try this my hubby was love this kind of dessert. Glad you share this with us

  • Nikki Arnold October 21, 2016 (11:33 am)

    This looks absolutely amazing and is the most creative ice cream recipe I have ever read. I now am so excited that I have a great homemade ice cream recipe to use for my holiday party this year!!! I love figs and would have never thought of this.

    • Molly Kumar November 12, 2016 (10:51 am)

      I’m so glad you liked it Nikki – Thanks.

  • Charlotte October 21, 2016 (9:44 am)

    This looks delicious! I don’t think we have ever tried fig ice cream but with this recipe we would love to give it a go! I love that it is no churn as well because I have struggled churning before!

  • Sarah October 21, 2016 (8:56 am)

    This looks awesome. We love trying different unique ice cream flavors, and this one is right up our alley!

  • Sheri October 21, 2016 (3:46 am)

    Love the fact that you do not need an ice-cream maker for this and that it is no churn. Makes life so much easier and the recipe is easy to follow and recreate!

  • OurFamilyWorld October 21, 2016 (2:45 am)

    Saffron ice cream? I’m sure this is yummy and flavorful. I easily make this because this is no churn.

  • Debra October 21, 2016 (2:16 am)

    All I know of Saffron is that is a really expensive flavor – I thought it was more savory though, does it make a good ice cream?

  • Robin October 20, 2016 (3:03 pm)

    What an amazing combination of flavors. My mouth started watering the moment I read the title.

  • Tina Dawson | Love is in my Tummy October 19, 2016 (2:59 pm)

    I keep putting off buying an ice-cream maker too! And with all these gorgeous no-churns, I keep loosing the incentive! Delicioug flavours Molly, can’t wait to try it myself! Can’t believe it just needs 6 ingredients!

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