Home-made Ice cream

AuthorThe Batch Lady

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Standard batch serves 4

Yields1 Serving
 1 large pot double cream (600 ml size)
 1 can sweetened condensed milk
 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1

Tip all the ingredients into a mixing bowl. Give them a gentle stir with a spoon to start. Then with an electric whisk, mix until it thickens up, about 5 minutes.

You can add any other flavours you like before freezing.

Transfer the mixture to a freezer dish. Cover with a lid or cling film.

2

Freezing tip

Using an ice cream scoop, you can place individual scoops onto baking parchment on a baking tray. Once the individual scoops are frozen, place them in a freezer bag and store in the freezer, ready to serve.

Make sure that reheated food is thoroughly cooked all the way through. If you’re cooking or reheating meat, cut it open with a clean knife to check it is piping hot all the way through – it should be steaming. www.foodsafe.eu

Ingredients

 1 large pot double cream (600 ml size)
 1 can sweetened condensed milk
 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Directions

1

Tip all the ingredients into a mixing bowl. Give them a gentle stir with a spoon to start. Then with an electric whisk, mix until it thickens up, about 5 minutes.

You can add any other flavours you like before freezing.

Transfer the mixture to a freezer dish. Cover with a lid or cling film.

2

Freezing tip

Using an ice cream scoop, you can place individual scoops onto baking parchment on a baking tray. Once the individual scoops are frozen, place them in a freezer bag and store in the freezer, ready to serve.

Home-made Ice cream

3 Comments

  1. Instead of scooping out the ice cream, I put a star nozzle in a disposable piping bag and pipe our ice cream ‘roses’. Perfect portion control and a lovely presentation idea

  2. I liked that you explained that it would be smart to add flavors you like before you freeze the ice cream. It would be fun to try to make my own ice cream but I am not a very patient person, and this seems like something you would need to be patient with. It might be better for me to go get some ice cream from a good ice cream parlor.

    1. Hi Penelope, I’m all for saving time so that’s a super easy way to create your own favourite flavours and experiment – have fun with it!

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