Post by cuteascountry_Shortcake on Jun 3, 2005 18:17:50 GMT -6
Because I am a preschool teacher my way to make ice cream may be a little different than most. Here it is anyway, it works great and is lots of fun, especially if you have children and/or grandchildren. My class always enjoys making ice cream!
Roll the Can Ice Cream 2 empty cans, 1 lb. & a 3 lb. with plastic lids 1 1/2 c. rock or kosher salt 20 c. (about 7 1/2 lbs.) crushed ice 1 c. heavy cream 1/3 c. any of the following: raisins, diced peaches, crushed Oreos, diced strawberries 1 c. milk 1 tsp. vanilla
Combine ice cream ingredients in smaller can. Cover can tightly with lid and set in the center of the larger can. Layer 1/2 the ice alternately with 1/2 the salt in the empty space between cans. Cover the larger can with lid. Roll the can back and forth 10 minutes on a hard surface. Open outer can, empty old ice and water. Lift out small can, wipe lid dry and remove. Scrape ice cream from sides with a knife. Replace in large and and re-pack with remaining ice and salt. Cover and roll about 5 more minutes or until done.
Submitted by Kim in FL Printed in Nancy's Kitchen Newsletter 6/01/05
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