Home Made Ice-Cream!

NOTE: When I say home made ice-cream, I mean home made ice-cream. This recipe is not for using a blender, an ice-cream maker, etc. You going to hand-knead it in a bag until its still and creamy when you touch the bag. This recipe is amazingly tasty, and you should try it out: I have made this myself, and its super yummy! So this is not a recipe that uses any appliances.

Ingredients:

– 1 gallon size Ziploc bag

– ice

– 1 pint size Ziploc bag

– 1 tbsp. sugar

– 1/2 cup half-and-half

– 1/4 tsp. vanilla extract

– 5-6 tbsp. ice-cream salt

DIRECTIONS:

1)In the gallon size Ziploc bag, fill it up halfway with ice cubes. Set aside. 2) In the pint size Ziploc bag, mix in the sugar, salt, half-and-half, and vanilla.  Now, close the bag all the way, and let any air out of it first. Place that bag into the ice bag. Now, close the ice bag all the way, letting any air out of it first. 3) Flip the bag over and over, shake it, throw it up in the air (just make sure to catch it!) , just get the smaller bag mixed up. The ice just keeps it cold.  Your ice cream will be ready to eat when you touch the smaller bag with your finger, and it is not watery. It will be still and creamy to the touch. You can eat it straight from the bag, or serve into a bowl. Just make sure to avoid any leftover ice-cream salt that did not get mixed in. 4) Serve, and enjoy!

This is not my original recipe, this time, somebody I know who enjoys cooking gave me this recipe to use. I would like to say a big thank you to her! Please show your appreciation to her by leaving a nice comment in the comments below! I’m sure that would make her day! So I thank you all for using this recipe and will post something new soon! Bye! :0)

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