I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For Homemade Ice Cream!

B wanted to make ice cream when we created his Summer Bucket List.  I found a recipe all over the internet and Pinterest that involved a Ziploc bag of ice cream ingredients inside another Ziploc bag of rock salt and ice, shaken for at least 5 minutes and then hurry up and eat it before it melts.  But I kept searching and found this fabulous recipe on Positively Peaches.  In less than 20 minutes, following this fabulous recipe, I had made 2 batches of ice cream, one Vanilla and one Mint Chocolate Chip!  If you have been wanting to try homemade ice cream, I highly recommend you try Positively Peaches‘ simple and delicious recipe!

It’s ridiculous how easy this is!  I whipped 2 cups of heavy cream in my Kitchen-Aid mixer until it reached stiff peaks (bowl on the left).  You could also do this with an electric hand mixer.  I mixed a can of sweetened, condensed milk in the bowl on the right with 2 tsp of vanilla extract.

Then I folded the whipped heavy cream into the bowl of sweetened condensed milk with vanilla extract and then put the mixture into a plastic, lidded container and placed it in the freezer – Vanilla!
I whipped another 2 cups of heavy cream and, in a separate bowl, mixed together a can of sweetened condensed milk, 1 tsp of peppermint extract left over from the peppermint bark I made last Christmas and some mini chocolate chips.
Then I folded the whipped heavy cream into the bowl of sweetened condensed milk with peppermint extract & choco chips and then put the mixture into a plastic, lidded container and placed it in the freezer – Mint Chocolate Chip!
I put the ice creams in the freezer for four hours.  B had the Mint Chocolate Chip for dessert and said, “Oh my gosh!  This is so creamy and flavorful!”

The hubs had a brownie a la mode with the Vanilla ice cream and said, “It’s very rich and creamy!”

Give it a try and let me, and Positively Peaches, know how much you like it, too!

1 Comment

  1. Although the ice creams were in the freezer for 4 hours yesterday before we had them for dessert, they were still soft. We were opening the freezer getting ice for drinks and dinner ingredients. But after sitting in the freezer all night, both are nice and hard now. I just took a spoon and had to eat some vanilla right out of the container. YUM!

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