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Old 07-05-2008, 08:16 AM   #1
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Question Ice Cream?

I need some easy (non-cook) ice cream and frozen yogurt recipes.

I have a cuisineart ice cream maker.

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do you have an ice cream machine or no? theres different recipes for those with machines and without!
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i have recipes here but I much prefer a cooked custard so they are all cooked
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Yeah, cooked custard ones really are the best, so if you want to venture into that area, let me know, but for others? Did you check your manual? Our manual came with a lot of basic 'no cook' recipes. I've never tried any though
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Old 07-05-2008, 05:25 PM   #5
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Re: Ice Cream?

I recently got a cuisinart. I really want to make the custard style but dont feel like putting in all time. Heres a great non cook one:
http://www.recipezaar.com/128952
I used nonfat milk in place of the whole milk and it was still extremely creamy, the cream envelopes your mouth. Delicious, but next time I will use half and half or light cream too. I'll definately use the recipe again.

Also, you dont have to use the cake mix at all (WF sells a good mix without any raw egg products). Itll just be sweet cream ice cream if you go without the cake mix.
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I make this with raw cream and raw egg yolks (from local small organic farms that I know well so I am not worried about contamination issues). Beat 3-6 egg yolks with about 1/2 cup dehydrated cane juice like Rapadura or Succanat by hand till they're creamed together. You could substitute any other sweetener like sugar, honey, maple syrup... then add in a little vanilla flavoring or mashed/blended fruit or cacao powder (whatever flavor you want) whisk in about 1 qt cream and that's it! 19 minutes in the ice cream maker and its a treat!
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Old 07-05-2008, 10:39 PM   #7
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Re: Ice Cream?

Well, the cooked ones ARE the best!!! But here's a super-easy one that tastes pretty good too

Mix together:
1 can sweetened condensed milk
1 large or 2 small packages of instant pudding mix
milk to the fill line on your ice cream maker

**Whole milk tastes the best; 1% is fine if you want low-fat! When you put the leftovers in the freezer, this ice cream gets pretty hard (another reason why the cooked kind is better), but you can either freeze the leftovers into pudding pops or if you just put it into a container, defrost in the microwave for a minute before eating. Enjoy!
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Re: Ice Cream?

This is lowfat, and doesn't have the super creamy texture that you might be looking for, but if you let it soften before scooping, it's amazing.

1 quart strawberries, hulled
1/4 cup honey (or to taste)
1 cup (or more) of buttermilk (see directions)

What we do is blend all of this up with a stick blender in a 4 cup measure, making sure that we have a total of 4 cups. I often add a little cinnamon and ginger for zip. Then we freeze it in our ice cream maker to the consistency of soft-serve, and harden it in the freezer. Makes about 1 quart.
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