No Churn Ice Cream

If you are serious about preparing food for better health and wellness and want a popular treat... make your own ice cream!

Many brands of commercially produced Ice Cream are filled with unpronounceable ingredients. Even the so-called natural products have the odd filler or a stabilizer or an unusual sweetener or artificially bolstered flavour. If you are serious about preparing food for better health and wellness and want a popular treat… make your own ice cream!

Making your own ice cream lets you guarantee that its 100% natural AND 100% delicious… and using this no-churn recipe is really easy. Simply make unsweetened whipped cream and fold in sweetened condensed milk that has been flavoured to your own personal taste. I make vanilla ice cream flavoured by vanilla beans. I use Dutch Pressed cocoa to make chocolate and a combination of sweetened chopped strawberries and jam to make the third slice of Neopolitan.

Trust me here, the final result is down-right impressive.

INGREDIENTS

Make your own ice cream using only two ingredients and the flavour of your choice
1 Cup Whipping Cream, 150 ml sweetened condensed milk, flavouring of choice
150 ml of sweetened condensed milk
Measure out 150 ml of sweetened condensed milk
Add 1/4 cup Dutch Pressed Cocoa
For chocolate ice cream add 1/4 cup (use a dry measure) Dutch Pressed Cocoa
(To make vanilla, I replace the chocolate with pods from 1 vanilla bean. To make strawberry, I put 1/4 cup chopped ripe strawberries with a tablespoon of sugar into a small saucepan over medium heat and stir until they start to release their juice… let cool completely and fold into the whipped cream… you may choose to augment with strawberry jam to taste)
Whisk cocoa and condensed milk
Thoroughly whisk cocoa and condensed milk and let sit
1 cup of whipping cream
Pour out 1 cup of whipping cream
Use a stand mixer or a hand mixer
Whip the cream using a stand mixer or a hand mixer
Fold in chocolate condensed milk
Once firm peaks begin to form on the whipped cream, fold in chocolate condensed milk
Stir in chocolate
Gently but thoroughly stir in chocolate
Use an air-tight container
Pour the mixture into an air-tight container
Freeze for at least 2 or 3 hours until firm
Smooth out the mixture, cover and freeze for at least 2 or 3 hours until firm

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