Julie Deal Recipe

Homemade Ice Cream

By Julie Deal tarheelmom_57


Recipe Rating:
 1 Rating
Cooking Method:
No-Cook or Other

Julie's Story

I got this recipe from a friend many years ago and have never looked back! If you are looking for a lower fat recipe, this one is NOT for you! It is the most delicious and creamy homemade ice cream ever! You can add your choice of fruit which makes it really nice. Banana is our favorite, but I have used crushed pineapple, blueberries, strawberries and fruit cocktail.

Ingredients

1 can(s)
eagle brand milk
1 c
granulated sugar
1 tsp
vanilla extract
4
eggs or egg substitute
1 qt
half and half
2 pt
heavy whipping cream
2 c
mashed fruit
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Directions Step-By-Step

1
Mix eagle brand milk, sugar, eggs, half and half,and heavy whipping cream until blended. Add fruit and stir well.
2
Pour into a hand crank or electric ice cream freezer. Process as usual until ice cream is thickened. Remove dasher and repack with salt and ice or put into the freezer until ready to use.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Ice Cream & Ices
Main Ingredient: Dairy
Regional Style: American


  • Comments

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    Kim Cleaves KC2633 - Jan 20, 2012
    You don't heat the mixture with the eggs before you put it in the ice cream maker?
  • user
    Kim Cleaves KC2633 - Jan 20, 2012
    I meant don't you!! lol. I'm betting this will be very creamy!!
  • user
    Julie Deal tarheelmom_57 - Jan 20, 2012
    No Kim I don't. It's one of those "southern things"! Egg substitute can be used and I have done that before which is better if the raw eggs are a concern.
  • user
    Julie Deal tarheelmom_57 - Jan 20, 2012
    I understand...I guess we have always made ice cream for the most part by just adding the eggs, so I don't even think about it. I've never thought about heating the mixture, but I guess you can! Been in the south to long...lol.
  • user
    Kim Cleaves KC2633 - Jan 20, 2012
    Thanks Julie!! I'm not opposed to do the whole raw egg thing, but with two type one diabetic daughters and a dad who had a lung transplant, I have to be very diligent about these things. I'll give it a try with the egg substitute! Sounds wonderful!