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FriscoKid
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Homemade icecream recipes

Got an icecream maker and looking for some good recipes, what's best one you have made?


L.A.
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Member since Aug 2003
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re: Homemade icecream recipes
I make a lot of ice cream. I don't use eggs in my recipes. I use a very simple base recipe as a starting point. This is the base recipe I use:

1 1/2 cups of milk

2 cups of heavy cream

3/4 cup of sugar

Vanilla extract to taste (anywhere from 1 tsp to 3 tsps, depending on the flavor I'm making)

I don't use eggs in my recipes.



Here's a recipe for coffee ice cream.

Coffee Ice Cream

Ingredients:

1 ½ cups of milk

¾ cups sugar

1 tsp vanilla

3 tablespoons freeze dried coffee

2 cups of cream




Directions:

1. Dissolves the sugar into the milk.

2. Incorporate the vanilla into the mixture.

3. Incorporate the freeze dried coffee into the mixture.

4. Add the cream. Stir gently until fully incorporated.

5. Add the mixture to the ice cream bowl.

6. Churn for approximately 20 minutes.*

*Note: Churning times may vary, depending on how cold the gel ring is, the temperature in the room, etc. When the ice cream looks like it’s done, it is done. Do not over churn.


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TIGRLEE
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Northeast Louisiana
Member since Nov 2009
24554 posts

re: Homemade icecream recipes
I have an old ice cream maker that need a little work.
I might just get it fixed up this spring.


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BlackenedOut
The Big Sleazy
Member since Feb 2011
3887 posts

re: Homemade icecream recipes
Thomas Keller's recipe in ad hoc is the best ice cream base I've come across.


CaptainJ47
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Gonzales
Member since Nov 2007
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re: Homemade icecream recipes
So I got a kitchen aid ice cream maker attachment for my blender for Christmas. Today was my first attempt. Made a habanero white chocolate ice cream. One of the most interesting and amazing culinary experiences I can recall. It was slightly sweet and cold- then BAM with heat. Really odd and cool.

Recipe was found online via google. Here is a link. I added an extra habanero but I like heat.

LINK


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