Saturday, July 14, 2012


HOMEMADE ICE CREAM ANYONE?? Are you ready for the most amazing, awesome and fairly easy recipe for home made Ice cream? My late mother in law had this recipe/ It is fabulous! It is using a cooked custard. If you have made homemade ie cream from all raw ingredients, it was probably grainy? Right?  With about 1/2 hour prep time, you can have creamy, delicious ice cream.
Phyllis  Leonard’s Ice Cream Custard
1 qt milk or ½ & ½
2 cans sweeten condenced milk
2 cans evaporated milk
8 whole eggs, beaten
¾ c sugar
3 tsp vanilla extract
½ tsp almond extract
½ jar marshmallow fluff (1/2 cup)

In a large metal pot, scald the 1 qt of milk, DO NOT BOIL In a large bowl, Whisk together evaporated and sweet milk. Put in fridge to chill. Beat eggs and sugar together. To scalded milk add the beaten eggs slowly- whipping in  (TIP: Mix a little of the scalded  milk to egg mixture first, then add SLOWLY to hot milk wisking vigorously). Heat milk and egg mixture to almost boiling. DO NOT BOIL. Remove from heat and whisk in til smooth the vanilla, almond extract and marshmallow fluff. Pour the hot mixture into the cold milk mixture, mixing thoroughly.
Refrigerate overnight. Freeze in Ice Cream Maker according to directions.
Buon Appetito!

tip> Add fresh fruit to the ice cream as toppings or incorporate it during the freezing after the ice cream begins to get a little hard.

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