Valentine’s Day Jammy Dodger Marshmallow Ice Cream Recipe

Last updated on February 11th, 2024 at 09:51 am

A large tub of jammy dodger marshmallow ice cream on a pink table cloth. To the left is a wooden board with 2 jammy dodgers on it. To the right is an ice cream scoop and a bowl with some ice cream and a biscuit in it.

The day of “LOVE” is almost upon us, Valentine’s Day. What a better excuse to go all out with pink, red, hearts, and a new recipe. I love any excuse to make up a new recipe. My very talented and lovely friend Helen has started her own business called Cookies & Fluff. She creates the most amazing flavored marshmallows. Think Marshmallow haven meets Oreos, Crunchies, Lemon, Gingersnaps and even Strawberry & Prosecco. Oh yes, that’s amazing I know. When I see a new ingredient to play with and create a recipe around, well my thinking cap starts blowing smoke.

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Jammy Dodger Marshmallow Ice Cream

I created this amazing Jammy Dodger Marshmallow Ice Cream recipe with her Jammy Dodger Marshmallows for Valentine’s Day for my husband. He has the biggest sweet tooth ever and loves marshmallows and ice cream separately so I thought why not mix them together. If you have been reading long you know I am a big fan of mixing two favorite recipes together to make new ones.

My Best Creation Yet

I gave Mr P a taste test before I starting snapping this scrumptious ice cream recipe up. I will have to quote him on this one, “Your best creation yet babe!” unquote. Oh, I aim to please. Whilst I think it might have needed a few more swirls of jam and cookies at the bottom of the pan, it was a winner all around. And it’s SOOO EASY to make.

2 Glasses are on a table. One contains ice cream and a spoon, the other contains three ice cream cones filled with ice cream. In front is a cone with marshmallows in it and a stack of biscuitsValentine's Day Jammy Dodger Marshmallow Ice Cream melting out of a cone on to a table3 ice cream cones holding jammy dodger ice creamA glass containing scoops of jammy dodger marshmallow ice cream

Jammy Dodger Marshmallow Ice Cream

crunchy jammy dodgers, soft and fluffy marshmallows all whipped into a sweet, creamy ice cream base
Author Let’s Talk Mommy


  • 14 oz can sweet condensed milk
  • 20 oz heavy whipped cream
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 4 tbsp strawberry or raspberry jam
  • 6 jammy dodger cookies
  • 1 package of jammy dodger marshmallows from Cookies & Fluff


  1. Beat heavy whipping cream in large bowl until peaks start to form
  2. Slowly add condensed milk in and vanilla
  3. Fold together gently so you don’t take away the fluffiness of the whip cream
  4. Cut up jammy dodger cookies and stir in
  5. Cut marshmallows in half and in half again, to create quarters and stir in
  6. Pour ice cream mixture into a 9×5 loaf pan
  7. Using a large spoon swirl jam in large circles to leave a trail of jam throughout
  8. Cover with foil and place in freezer to harden

Recipe Notes

Add one marshmallow and cookie to the top or swirl chocolate sauce on top for a special treat. This ice cream base is quick and easy to add any of your favorite flavors to it.

Left hand picture contains a tub of ice cream, a bowl with a biscuit and marshmallows and an ice cream scoop. The right hand picture has a bowl of marshmallows, an ice cream scoop and a stack of jammy dodger biscuits

The kids absolutely loved this special treat this week. A little early Valentine’s Day dessert. Why not make this for your special loved ones and enjoy a scoop or two yourself? It’s sweet, creamy, with a crunch and a fluff. My kind of ice cream packed full of endless surprises.

Check out these ideas for having a family Valentine’s Day for more easy things to do at home

You can use this easy ice cream base to create any type of ice cream flavor you wish. That’s the beauty of it. It’s not only quick and easy to make but it is so versatile. I made Blackcurrant Cheesecake Ice Cream last year for a birthday dessert. What will you create?

Jammy Dodger Marshmallow Ice Cream melting out of a cone on to a tableA glass containing three waffle cones with ice cream, with a stack of biscuits in frontAn ice cream scoop with one scoop of ice cream in it, 2 waffle cones, 1 has ice cream and one has a marshmallow, and 2 biscuits all on a table

Do you like this recipe, why not try it out and let me know what you think. Or pin it for later! Don’t forget to share your creations with me on social media @letstalkmommy I always love seeing what people are trying out. 

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42 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day Jammy Dodger Marshmallow Ice Cream Recipe”

  1. This looks amazing! Many years ago (I think it was around 2002) Macdonalds did a Jammy Dodger Mcflurry and it was my fave thing ever I was gutted they only did it for one summer! I can’t wait to try this! Pinned! And sharing on my Facebook page!

  2. This looks delicious, I love your photography so clean and stylishly shot! Jammie Dodgers were my childhood favs too.

  3. I make up icecream recipies too and the base of mine is the same, cream sweetened condensed milk and vanilla, I love the jammy dogger and marshmallow addition, and beautiful photos #Sharewithme

  4. I swear I must be the only person in the world that says this but… I am actually not a big fan of ice cream. This does look yummy though, I reckon my hubby would love this! #Sharewithme

    • Eeek you don’t like ice cream wahahahah *cry *tears Ok I am over it yes make it for him it’s my hubby’s new favorite. I am a bit weird and don’t like wine so I am sure there are things we all don’t like that is out of the norm. I had a friend hate chocolate. I know!

    • It’s hard not to eat the entire tin all at once I promise you but worth the taste test while company is over so you can share it! Thanks lovely you are too kind.

  5. Wow! this ice cream looks yummy! what a perfect way to treat a loved one on valentines day! The pics are beautiful. #sharewithme

  6. My Daughter LOVES icecream. She would eat nothing else if it were possible. And marshmallows. She will die for this one. I think I will have to leave it for a birthday treat, otherwise I think I will be finding myself making it every day!

  7. Wow! This almost looks too pretty to eat. But I so want to eat it too! I’ve never tried making ice cream but this could inspire me to give it a go. #ShareWithMe

  8. Oh this looks so so scrumptious!! I’ve never made ice cream before but this doesn’t seem too difficult. Can you believe I only just ordered my first ever electric whisk last night?! I might just have to try this recipe 🙂 #sharewithme

  9. Your pictures are gorgeous, and that ice cream sounds delicious! What a perfect flavor combo! Hope you all had a lovely Valentine’s Day ♥

  10. Yum! What a clever idea. I’d imagine the consistency is much thicker than actual ice cream because of the marshmallow addition, which makes makes this even more scrumptious in my eyes. Thanks for sharing and for hosting us this week on #sharewithme!

  11. Although I’m not a fan of the jammy dodger (I know I’m a bit weird) I think I would very much like this ice cream. I have tried Helen’s marshmallows and they were delicious so I can see how this would make an amazing ice cream. Such a nice idea for valentine’s day. I made valentine’s cupcakes for everyone.

    Sally @ Life Loving


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