Fluffernutter Ice Cream

*Warning: This post contains The Walking Dead spoilers.*

My husband and I watched the season 2 finale of The Walking Dead last night.

Which is kind of a big deal because I’m not really into scary shows or movies. And I almost never watch them at night. Because I am a big scaredy cat.

I always think that the monsters (zombies/vampires/crazy-guy-who-likes-to-dress-up-as-his-dead-mom) will get me. If I have to pee in the middle of the night I will either hold it till the morning or leap out of bed and tip-toe run to the bathroom while humming. Weird, I know. But that’s what happens if I watch something scary at night.

Okay, so back to The Walking Dead.

Holy cliffhangers Batman!

Some things from that episode:

  1. Watching Hershel leave his zombie ridden farm was kinda heart breaking.
  2. What is up with Lori? I honestly don’t understand her at all.
  3. Glenn told Maggie he loved her. Awwww….
  4. A sword wielding hooded stranger who has armless zombies chained to her? I am intrigued.
  5. Wait? Was that a high-walled, heavily fenced prison they were camped near? Hmmm…

I can’t wait for season 3. 

Fluffernutter Ice Cream


2 eggs*

¾ cup granulated sugar

2 cups heavy cream, chilled

1 cup milk, chilled

½ cup creamy peanut butter

1 cup Reese’s Pieces

1 cup honey roasted peanuts

1 cup marshmallow crème


  1. Whisk eggs in a large bowl for a minute of two, until light and fluffy.
  2. Slowly whisk in sugar, a ¼ cup at a time. After all sugar has been added, whisk thoroughly for another minute.
  3. Stir in heavy cream and milk.
  4. Pour 1 cup of cream mixture into a small bowl. Add peanut butter ¼ cup at a time, whisking thoroughly. Add peanut butter mixture back into the rest of the cream mixture.
  5. Pour mixture into bowl of an ice cream maker and freeze according to manufacturer’s instructions.
  6. About 2-3 minutes before ice cream is done churning, add Reese’s Pieces and peanuts.
  7. When ice cream is done churning, remove dasher and fold in marshmallow crème.
  8. Transfer to ice cream container and freeze for at least 4 hours before serving.

*If you are hesitant to use regular raw eggs, feel free to use pasteurized eggs. 

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