Easy Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

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Prep Time:
Cooking Method: Refrigerate/Freeze

Ingredients

1 pt cold/ whipping cream
3 egg yolks
1 vanilla bean
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 can(s) sweetened condensed milk

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Marilyn Fowler Recipe
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Sellersburg, IN (pop. 6,128)
TheConservativeCook
Member Since Jan 2012
Marilyn's notes for this recipe:
A few weeks ago I ran across my old recipe box. Thrilled to find it I went through it as though I was opening a treasure box. I found this recipe (dated 1981) the year my sweetheart and I were married. I love Ice Cream and any thing that is easy. Add ingredents that you love and make it your special treat too! ENJOY!!
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Directions

1
Add 3 egg yolks to bowl.
2
Pour in Sweetened Condense Milk and 1 teaspoon of Vanilla Extract.
3
With tip of knife split the vanilla bean down center from top to bottom, spread open. Using tip of knife scrape the vanilla bean to remove the beans from pod. Add vanilla beans to egg yolks and sweetened condense milk.
4
Mix well.
5
Add cold whipping cream to cold bowl. Whip until peaks form.
6
Fold whipped cream into the vanilla bean mix, (gently to keep air in cream).
7
Pour Ice Cream mix into a loaf pan (one you would use to bake bread in). Cover with foil and freeze until firm.
8
It takes 6 hours or more to firm up.
9
Delicious!!
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user Susan Barnes Susan_Barnes - Aug 18, 2012
Hi Marilyn,
This sounds like a super easy recipe, which is just the kind I like! I do have a question, though. I just bought this little ice cream freezer that you don't have to use ice or salt in. The bowl of the freezer has a special liquid in it that is sealed in and you leave it in your freezer for 8-24 hours then add your mixture and put the top on. Plug it in and turn it on, within about 2 hours....ice cream! My question is can I use your recipe in my ice cream freezer?

By the way, I thought you might want to know that you forgot to add sweetened condensed milk to your ingredient list. No big deal, I just had to point it out. (The perfectionist coming out in me.)

Thanks bunches,
Susan
user Marilyn Fowler TheConservativeCook - Aug 18, 2012
OH BOY! thanks for the help I didn't even see it. Yes you can use this to freeze it. By the way what brand is this machine, sounds like a real winner?!!!

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