A very quick no fuss creamy ice cream recipe but oh so delicious especially if you love the taste of the old fashioned vanilla ice cream of yesteryear! You do not need a large serve as it is a little on the rich side. I have made it with the vanilla and without as omitting the vanilla reduces the sweetness. Vanilla essence could be used instead of the extract as it is not as strong in flavour.


Ingredients (makes 15 average serves)

  • 600 ml Cream, full fat
  • 1 can Sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 tsp Vanilla extract (optional)

Method

  1. Chill the cream, then whip until thick and fluffy in a large bowl.
  2. Gradually add chilled condensed milk and mix well.
  3. Add vanilla extract if desired and stir in gently until well mixed in.
  4. Pour mixture into a container and place in fridge freezer to set.

Notes... This recipe is a family favourite and hubby and I have done some basic and unusual experimenting with this recipe. Here are some things we have tried. Swirl some raspberry or strawberry jam throughout the ice cream mixture by using a skewer prior to placing it in the freezer to set. Hubby put a small quantity of ice cream mix aside and divided it into 2 small containers. In the first one he swirled a little sweet chili sauce through it and the second one he used smoky barbecue sauce. Let me assure you that was unique and very different. Actually the one with the sweet chilli was quite nice. It makes me wonder how chilli chocolate would go!

  • Oh can’t wait to try this. Very easy ..thanx for sharing

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  • would be great as you can add whatever you want!

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  • Homemade Icecream is the best! Looks delicious & simple to make. Thanks.

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  • How quick and easy is this ice cream I would add some crushed. Pistachios to it yummy

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  • What a quick and easy recipe! Thanks!!

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  • Sounds very interesting and so easy to make, this is a recipe I will be trying. I like the sound of Sweet Chilli sauce as I have heard that Chilli chocolate in ice-cream is amazing.

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  • Thanks for sharing and great idea to swirl different flavours through.

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  • Sounds delicious Robyn. Can’t wait to give it a try (and taste).

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  • Ths sounds surprisingly easy. Thank you

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  • This seems so simple and easy

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  • This looks gorgeous

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  • So easy! You could add chunks of chocolate for a yummy twist.

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  • Thank you for sharing!!!

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  • This looks great! Thanks for sharing!

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  • Looks perfect to me – I might add some milo to the top of mine!

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