Old Fashioned Frozen Custard Ice Cream

Pat Duran


Frozen custard was invented in New York back in 1919 by to guys, who sold it on Coney Island. The first weekend on the boardwalk they sold 18,460 custard cones.
I hope you try this delicious recipe- you don't even need an ice cream maker for this one!
Custard is a lot creamier and richer than ice cream, because of the eggs whites whipped into the heavy cream and sugar mixture when partially frozen.
I think you are going to love this!

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makes 1 quart- or 8 servings


15 Min


10 Min




2 c
half and half cream
1 1/2 c
heavy whipping cream
1 pkg
gelatin, unflavored
3 large
eggs, separated
1 c
granulated sugar
1/4 tsp
1 or 2 tsp
pure vanilla extract

Directions Step-By-Step

Pour 1/4 cup of the half and half in a bowl and sprinkle the gelatin over top- stir to mix in - let it bloom.
In a saucepan, combine remaining half and half, whipping cream, egg yolks,and sugar; cook and stir over medium heat until of custard consistency. Add the gelatin mixture to the hot custard and stir until blended well. Remove from heat and when completely cold, stir in vanilla.
Pour mixture in a freezer safe dish and place in freezer until it turns to mush.
Beat egg whites and salt until stiff. Fold whites into the frozen mush until blended well. Cover and return to freezer until ready to serve.

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Dairy
Regional Style: American