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How to Make Homemade Ice Cream (Without an Ice Cream Maker!)

COLFAX, WISCONSIN — June is Dairy Month and what better way to celebrate than with homemade ice cream?

When I was growing up on our small family dairy farm in west central Wisconsin 40 years ago, my dad would make homemade ice cream using cream and milk from our very own cows and a hand-cranked ice cream freezer.

But you don’t need an ice cream freezer to make your own homemade ice cream. You can make ice cream with your refrigerator. Here’s how:

Dad’s Favorite Recipe (From the book: Give Me a Home Where the Dairy Cows Roam — Right Tales from a Wisconsin Farm. Coming Soon — Fall 2004)

2 eggs

3/4 cup sugar

2 tablespoons cornstarch

1 cup milk

1 pint heavy whipping cream

pinch of salt

2 teaspoons vanilla

Using an electric mixer, beat the eggs for several minutes until thick and lemon colored. Add 1 cup of milk and blend into the eggs. Mix sugar and cornstarch in a large saucepan. Add egg/milk mixture to the sugar and cornstarch. Cook until thick (about 5 minutes) stirring constantly. Allow the custard mixture to cool to room temperature.

When the custard is cool, place into a freezer-safe bowl. Blend in cream and salt. Freeze for 2 hours or until slushy. Add 2 teaspoons vanilla. Whip for 5 to 10 minutes with an electric mixer. Return to freezer and end freezing (several hours or overnight).

Variations:

After you have whipped the ice cream, fold in 1 to 2 cups of fresh or frozen fruit, nuts and/or chocolate before returning the ice cream to the freezer to end freezing.

Here are some thoughts for additions to your ice cream:

Strawberries

Blackberries

Raspberries

Peaches

Cherries (or Maraschino Cherries)

Chocolate chips

Butterscotch chips

Crushed Heath bars

Crushed peppermint candy

Chopped walnuts

Chopped pistachio nuts

Diced bananas

Coconut

Chocolate chip cookie dough (drop into the ice cream by small spoonfuls and carefully fold in)

Caramel or chocolate or fudge syrup (drop into the ice cream by small spoonfuls and carefully fold in)

©2004 LeAnn R. Ralph

About The Author

LeAnn R. Ralph is the author of the books: “Preserve Your Family History (A Step-by-Step Guide for Writing Oral Histories)” (e-book; 66 pages $7.95; booklocker.com/books/1545.html” target=”_new booklocker.com/books/1545.html) and “Christmas in Dairyland (Right Tales from a Wisconsin Farm)” (trade paperback; $13.95; August 2003). Her next book, “Give Me a Home Where the Dairy Cows Roam” will be available Fall 2004. To order “Christmas in Dairyland,” call LeAnn at (715) 962-3368 or visit — ruralroute2.com” target=”_new ruralroute2.com.

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