Ice cream in a baggie by Jill Jolton, Colorado Parent Magazine
Measure 1 cup of milk (whole or 2% works best) or
cream and carefully pour into sandwich size zippered
Add 1 ½ tablespoons of sugar and ½ teaspoon of vanilla
to milk in plastic bag. Make sure bag is tightly sealed!
Place 5 cups of ice cubes into gallon size zippered
Add ¼ cup of table salt to ice in plastic bag.
Place sealed bag of milk mixture in bag of ice and
tightly seal ice bag.
Gently shake ice bag for about three to five minutes.
Remove ice cream bag from ice bag, wiping off salt
from outside of bag.
Enjoy vanilla ice cream right from the bag or spoon
into bowls or cones.
Bag can be placed in freezer for several hours if
harder ice cream is desired.
Here are some fun ideas to flavor your ice cream:
Make chocolate ice cream by adding chocolate syrup
or using chocolate milk!
· Chocolate ice cream quickly becomes Rocky Road by
adding marshmallows and nuts.
· All different kinds of fruit flavors of ice cream
can be made by adding fresh, frozen or canned fruit.
Try strawberry, peach, banana or a wild new
combination – RazzleBlueBerryBanana Swirl!
· Bits of your favorite cookies or candy can be
stirred into your ice cream to concoct your own
· If mom or dad would like mocha ice cream, dissolve
some instant coffee in the milk before shaking.
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