Ice Cream Without an Ice Cream Maker (Vanilla,strawberry&Chocolate flavor ideas provided)

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Vanilla ice cream with nut sprinkles
   Ice Cream Without an Ice Cream Maker? Yes you read it right!
   Ice cream is one of my family's favorite treats and like most of my favorite meals, I love preparing mine at home, and yes! without an ice cream maker.
  All you need for this ice cream are 2 ingredients and your flavor of choice.


Ingredients
- 1 can (14 ounces or 396grams) Sweetened Condensed milk.
- 2 cups(500ml) cold Whipping cream or heavy cream
- 2 teaspoons vanilla extract OR 1 vanilla bean

Tip: for chocolate ice cream, you can use 1 tablet of melted chocolate.
 For Strawberry and Banana taste, make use of the fresh fruits or any extract or flavor made from the fruits.
 Freeze the pan before use and make sure that the other ingredients are cold.

Steps:
1. In a bowl,whisk together condensed milk and vanilla extract or whatever flavor you want to use.
(if using chocolate, melt it and add into the condensed milk and whisk together) 
 
2. Pour the cold whipping cream or heavy cream in another bowl (a large one),and beat/whip the cream for 3 minutes, on high speed using an electric mixer/whisk
 Beat the cream until it forms a stiff peak(just like in the pic below)


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3. Now combine the whipped cream and the condensed milk together. 
 Mix well and pour into an airtight container, cover, and store in freezer for at least 6-8 hours or until it is firm(I used a frozen loaf pan).
 Take out of the freezer , serve and enjoy!

PS: If you live in Nigeria, you can get the whippig cream/heavy cream at major supermarkets (Shoprite,Park 'n' Shop etc)
 
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Ice cream in a loaf pan

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51 comments:

  1. Abiola Deji11:25:00 AM

    Looks yummy, I'll try it today, thanks.

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  2. Wat is whipping cream n tablet chocolate(is it d 1s we buy as sweet 4 kids)

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    1. Whipping cream is a cream that contains about 30 percent or more fat content. It is usually made from milk and you can get it at major supermarkets.
      As for the chocolate, you can use any good chocolate of choice.

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  3. yetunde8:36:00 AM

    Pls I don't knw Whipping cream or heavy cream . Tank u 4 sharin ds

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    1. Whipping cream or heavy cream is sold at major supermarkets (Shoprite,Park 'n' Shop etc)

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  4. Anonymous2:25:00 AM

    Ma'am its hard to get d cream whr m frm. Can it b made at home? Or is dere an easy alternativ. Tnx luv ur blog!

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    1. Thanks dear. I don't think it can be made at home, but I'll update if there's an easy alternative.

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    2. Anonymous3:30:00 PM

      It can be made at home

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  5. Amina Bashiru12:52:00 PM

    Easy and very delicious, the whole family enjoyed it. thanks

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  6. Anonymous3:07:00 AM

    Tnx a lot I'll look 4ward to it.

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    1. Anonymous12:35:00 AM

      Pls when is your ebook coming

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  7. Its so a must make....thanks ma'am. So easy.
    Which product did u use for the whipping cream? Saw so many @park n shop.

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    1. You are so welcome Hun :)
      I live in Spain and used one of their brands here, but feel free to use any good one you see at park n shop.

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  8. Thanks 4 the insight Lily, you are a blessing to many including myself. Pls can you put me through on chapman cocktail. I will appreciate anything u can do

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    1. Thanks dear, I will have the chapman recipe up soon.

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  9. Anonymous6:48:00 AM

    Love your blog, u doing a great job. Pls m kinda confused. The strawberry and chocolate ice cream ingredients and steps to making it under the cake section is different from this. Are they two diff tins? Plus, i read about cream cheese frosting for cake. . . Can you discuss it and is it possible to get cream cheese in nigeria? Thanks.

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  10. Anonymous6:49:00 AM

    Love your blog, u doing a great job. Pls m kinda confused. The strawberry and chocolate ice cream ingredients and steps to making it under the cake section is different from this. Are they two diff tins? Plus, i read about cream cheese frosting for cake. . . Can you discuss it and is it possible to get cream cheese in nigeria? Thanks. . . Adaora

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    1. Hi dear, I don't have this recipe in the cake section.
      As I suggested in the recipe above, If you'll like to make strawberry and chocolate ice cream, you can melt 1 tablet of melted chocolate or use strawberry extract. Add it to the condensed milk bowl in step 1.
      I will try to do a post on cream cheese frosting, and yes you can get cream cheese at major supermarkets (Shoprite,Park 'n' Shop)

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    2. Thanks so much

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  11. Anonymous11:00:00 PM

    u are a blessing for sure. but pls i nid the chapman ingredients and how to go about with the mixture. tnx dearie

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  12. For the fresh fruits, at what point do I add them?
    for fruits like banana, coconut and strawberries, how do I go about with them? Do I just whisk them with the milk or I blend separately?

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    1. Cut the fruits into bits and soak in a little sugar and rum/vodka(alcohol) for 3 hours. This will soak up the excess water in the fruit, so that it does not become crunchy(like ice block) when placed in the freezer.

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  13. Weldone ma,u are doing a great job pls send me ur email adress so I can subscribe so dat u can send me d pizza receip there and pls am so sorry if am bothering much,pls I have 80g whipping cream what measurement of condensed milk wil I use.I made my own condensed milk but it have little foaming on top and d fridge I have d frezzer can't contain d container I use so I have to put in frigde like dat pls just what to know

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    1. HI Onyi, at the top right hand side of this website you'll see a place to put in your email address, and you have to confirm it in your email box.
      As for the quantity to use for the condensed milk, I have already replied and explained everything to you in your last comment, pls check it and read it.
      But also make sure the condensed milk you made has not spoilt yet, because I don't understand the ''foam at the top''.

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  14. Pls can one use blender to do d whipping cream if u don't have electric mixer,thank u

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    1. Yes, you can use a blender to make the whipped cream, but make sure the cream is cold before using it.

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  15. Why didn't you add eggs

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    1. Hi Tracy, this particular recipe does not need egg, it is easier and straight forward.

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    2. Anonymous10:31:00 AM

      jji

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  16. Anonymous6:43:00 PM

    I will like to try it out its gonna b my first time thou counting on this receipt

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  17. I love your site Nky. Thanks alot .

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    1. You're welcome hun , thanks :)

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  18. Well done ma you are doing a great job thanks for making cooking and baking fun for us God bless you kindly.

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  19. Rosemary12:03:00 PM

    Thanks for this recipe, will sure try it. But how long does it take to melt?

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  20. Hello ma'm how can someone make pop corn without letting it get burnt. And the thing is it only get burnt when I add sugar to it but If I didn't add any sugar it's going to be white........pls what the solution ma'm?

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  21. Thanks. Will try it this week

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  22. Hi Nky, what can I use to cover air tight, also can a cake pan serve as a loaf pan in this context, u know how our Nigerian local pans be

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  23. Hi Nky, what r the options I can use to make it air tight, can I use a cake pan in place of a loaf pan u know hw our Nigerian local pans are

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  24. Hi Nky, what can I use to cover air tight, also can a cake pan serve as a loaf pan in this context, u know how our Nigerian local pans be

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  25. Thank you Nky. I tried it this wekend and it came out nice but didnt solidify after a long time in the freezer. My kids enjoyed it. I will like to clarify, i used powdered whipping cream which i mixed with water. Please do you have the gram per ml of water i am meant to use for future trials and better results. Thank you

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  26. Victoria4:47:00 PM

    Thanks a lot for all ur help but my cake today was too oily n I don't know what I don't know what I did wrong

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  27. Please where can I get vanilla extract and for the chocolate do you mean melting chocolate like Mars, bounty etc?

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  28. Please where can I get vanilla extract and for the chocolate do you mean melting chocolates like Mars, Bounty etc?

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