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Make your own ice cream

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  • jasmine33
    jasmine33 Posts: 271 Forumite
    Hi,

    I am looking for an ice cream recipe using double cream, eggs and icing sugar. I have made a vanilla using these ingredients but I now want to try a flavoured ice cream. Can any one advise please ?
    Jasmine
  • jasmine33
    jasmine33 Posts: 271 Forumite
    Help anybody?

    Jasmine
    Jasmine
  • greenpixey
    greenpixey Posts: 2,806 Forumite
    I got two ice-cream recipe but none that use all the ingredients you suggests.

    (1port)
    3/4pt Cold coffee
    1packet hot chocolate mixture
    1 Cadburys flake (chopped)
    1/2pt double cream

    Put all ingredients in an ice-cream maker

    (3port)
    3 egg
    3tbsp sugar
    1tbsp vanilla extract
    300ml double cream
    chocolate/nuts/strawberry (or what ever flavor you want the ice-cream to have)

    Whip the egg and sugar together. Whip the cream in a separate bowl. Add all the ingredients together put in a airtight container and freeze
  • tim_n
    tim_n Posts: 1,607 Forumite
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    what's a msk?
    Tim
  • greenpixey
    greenpixey Posts: 2,806 Forumite
    tim_n wrote: »
    what's a msk?
    :oSorry,I translated from Swedish. I've changed it now to tbsp (tablespoon)
  • Penelope_Penguin
    Penelope_Penguin Posts: 17,288 Forumite
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    Hi there :beer: We have an existing thread on making ice cream. I'll add this to keep ideas together.

    Penny. x
    :rudolf: Sheep, pigs, hens and bees on our Teesdale smallholding :rudolf:
  • [Deleted User]
    [Deleted User] Posts: 12,492 Forumite
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    easy peasy and gorgeous

    1 300 ml (ish) carton of double cream
    refill the cream carton with yoghurt. Hm or any (rachels coconut is fab)
    vanilla extract
    icing sugar (I use about 4 heaped tbs)

    whip lightly and i just pour into the gelatiera but you can just freeze and beat

    I have made this with little marshmallows and pistachoes. Also choc chips. Also choc spread. Also lemon. Frozen berries. etc
  • Sparky67
    Sparky67 Posts: 1,146 Forumite
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    I came across this thread as the other half loves ice cream, especially rum and raisin, and keeps bemoaning how difficult it is to come by, so I was thinking of trying to make some.

    Is an ice cream maker worth the money? Or do you get a good enough result doing it the old fashioned way??
  • Seakay
    Seakay Posts: 4,265 Forumite
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    Zziggi wrote: »
    Has anyone got any other ice-cream receipes please? (preferably those that don't use cream)

    Got my ice-cream maker with my boots advantage card points yesterday so i'm going to be having a go soon. Wasn't too impressed with the receipe booklet that came with the ice-cream maker. I got kids with milk intollerance so wanted to make ice-cream with soya milk as they are really young and feel they are missing out on ice-creams on hots days. I can substiutue cows milk for soya milk in the ice-cream receipes but all the receipes seem to also want double cream and i can't get hold of non-dairy cream.

    So i thought i'd post my dilemma on the OS board 'cos someone is bound to have a solution..... :think:

    I might have a recipe somewhere - I'll have a hunt tomorrow - but in the meantime if you Google "vegan ice cream recipes" (uk only) a few ideas come up.
  • billieboy_2
    billieboy_2 Posts: 1,361 Forumite
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    Sparky67 wrote: »
    I came across this thread as the other half loves ice cream, especially rum and raisin, and keeps bemoaning how difficult it is to come by, so I was thinking of trying to make some.

    Is an ice cream maker worth the money? Or do you get a good enough result doing it the old fashioned way??
    I bought a Kenwood ice cream maker back end of July for £19.99 and have used it loads. The only disadvantage is that it makes just under 1 litre but maybe that's really an advantage :rotfl: :rotfl: weightwise. Very easy to use. So far I've made rhubarb, strawberry, banana, vanilla and low fat vanilla and have used yoghurt in it. Oh also a lemon sorbet which was really nice. I now look out for reduced cream to freeze for when I want to make some.
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