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2 Ingredient ICE CREAM without an ice cream maker!

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This ice cream is simple...only 2 ingredients!
And no ice cream maker!

It's so creamy and delicious!
It's perfect alone or with any mix-ins you can think of!

It does take planning ahead though...
 
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Step 1: 2 ingredients!

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Here's what you need.

2 cups Whole Cream or Heavy Whipping cream (16 fl oz)
1 can Sweetened Condensed Milk (about 14 oz)

Blend together about 4 minutes until thick and creamy.

Step 2: FREEZE!

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Put in a container and freeze overnight.

Step 3: Enjoy!

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Serve it up!

Sidenote: I LOVE to eat with little Gerber baby spoons.

Now let your imagination run!
Add in some delicious mix-ins...or have an ice cream bar and let everyone mix in their own toppings!
Add fruit for a summer day...or add some hot fudge for a summer night!

Hope you TRY this out! 
And vote for me in the FROZEN food contest!

Thanks!
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I made this and it is wonderful. Added some dry jello mix, just a little for flavor. Once you try it, you won't care how many calories......keep it a secret tho, your kids will consume all of it!!!

PeterP426 days ago

OMG! This stuff will kill you! How many calories in this stuff? Instant heart attack!

Well heavy whipping cream only has 60 calories with not much sugar, and sweetened condense milk only has 120 with again not a lot of sugar.So it not a heart attack plus i tried it and if you put greek yogurt in it it healthier.Plus maybe oreos. So no it's not bad for you and won't give you a heart attack.

Thank you, HelloYouSeemNice, I think I'll stick with the Greek yogurt and maybe coconut palm sugar. Actually, I have already made some ice cream with just Greek yogurt and coconut palm sugar and it was great. Coconut palm sugar is a 1 on the glycemic index so I don't think I did much harm to my body :-) And by the way, You Seem Nice Too !

I tried it and it was AMAZING! I put in a little greek yogurt and some oreos and everybody loved it. Thank you great work :D

pacrawshaw1 month ago

I may never buy store-bought again. :)

I just got an ice cream maker last year but sure could have used this beforehand! Great recipe.

cashone6 months ago

Wow nice recipe. Thanks to share such a great ice cream recipe. I am loving it. Will must try this

Thanks

pazmiz9 months ago

Hi, how long does this ice cream last in the freezer??

furlow9 months ago
This was the 2nd time I made this recipe. First time I over wiped the cream and it had a buttery mouth feel, my mistake though. 2nd time it came out great, but I would have to reiterate that it was too creamy, however I had used uk double cream which contains higher fat than us heavy cream. I'm going to try it out using whipping cream which has approximately the same fat content of heavy cream or maybe even something lighter.

Still its a great recipe!
pdadson11 months ago
It looks really good
aazrhael11 months ago
i tried mixing flavors used in shaved ice, blueberry,watermelon and apple (green) it was amazing!
DragonDon1 year ago
Dammit, I'm trying to loose weight!! :) Cool stuff...pun intended.
I made this last night but after reading the comments about it leaving an after taste from the fat I substituted one of the cups of whipping cream for half n half. It ended up being delicious and probably not as heavy. All my kids loved it and want me to make it again!
I actually made this at home using a hand mixer. Lot of pain and quite a bit of gain.

While it is delicious, it feels a bit thick. I'm a heavy eater, and I feel weighed down after two scoops. Any alternatives to maybe lighten up the ingredients?
doodlecraft (author)  RSUSummoner1 year ago
Way to go! I think it's thick as well...but if you cover it with enough fudge, that seems to help! :) ha ha, kidding.
Not sure how to lighten it...some suggested part milk or half and half instead of whole cream. :)
Milk work
gammerguy1 year ago
I know this recipe its a good one
scrane1 year ago
We don't use any refined sugar at our house & organic icecream is expensive, so I have been making this for a few years now using organic cream & organic sweetened condensed milk. If you want to add flavors add to the condensed milk and add more than you think you will need. When you add it to the sweetened condensed milk it will look like a lot, but remember you are still folding in a LOT of cream which will dilute the flavor a lot. Also, if you are going to add any mix ins, put it in the freezer for an hour then fold in the nut, chocolate chips, cookie dough, brownie pieces, whatever. This way they don't all just sink to the bottom & are evenly distributed. My favorite flavor so far has been key lime (1/4-1/2 c organic lime juice concentrate) with bits of homemade graham cracker praline. Or, oatmeal chocolate chip cookie dough with caramel swirls, a Tbs melted butter+2tsp vanilla+1tsp cinnamon in the condensed milk, then after an hour in the freezer stir in the oatmeal cookie dough chunks & swirl in the caramel sauce (mine is homemade, but you could use the store bought stuff too). We love experimenting with flavors at our house.
doodlecraft (author)  scrane1 year ago
What a perfect option! Sounds like you are quite the expert, I'll have to give some of your combos a try! Thanks for sharing! :)
rbkruspe1 year ago
Making this now with peppermint flavourings. Took me 2 hours almost to whip by hand but it looks like its gonna be great.
doodlecraft (author)  rbkruspe1 year ago
Wow--dedication! I hope you think it's worth the effort! Peppermint sounds so yummy! I could go for some right now! :)
I want to try it soooooo bad I voted for you
doodlecraft (author)  beanifer1511 year ago
Thanks for the vote, I hope you DO try it! :)
My grandma tried it she said it is the best she EVER had that is very impressive. I made it for my family they all said it was the best they EVER had. It is the best I EVER had too.
doodlecraft (author)  beanifer1511 year ago
Wow, I'm glad that you got your whole family to try it out! And of course, more glad that you liked it! It opens a whole realm of ice cream possibilities! :)
Your welcome, I hope you win, and I tried it today still freezing I think it will be very good I am giving the Instructable a 10000000000000000
can you add chocolate syrup
Made this in the week with added strawberries. My husband said it is the best ice cream he has ever had! Even I think it is great and I HATE ice cream!
doodlecraft (author)  cingram-waters1 year ago
Wow, glad you earned some hubby points with it! :) Cool that you liked it too! :)
heyheykc1 year ago
We tried this last night at our house and this worked really well as far as consistency and "ice-cream-ness" goes. (It's a word!) But I did feel that the heavy cream left a bit of residue/aftertaste in the mouth from all the fat. I'll try it again but next time perhaps I'll substitute a light cream/half and half. It's also VERY sweet so maybe an extra cup of the cream to lighten it up a bit, though I'm not sure how that would change the setting/consistency. Overall, great recipe!
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doodlecraft (author)  DELETED_EmilT1 year ago
It's just sweet and creamy...sort of a vanilla. You could add any extracts for flavor. You could put candy or fruit in it while it's soft and then freeze it all together. Give it a try and I am sure you can come up with some great ideas for making it again! :)
I have to try this. But a tip for diabetics. Go to http://diabeticpastrychef.com/2007/09/04/sugar-free-sweetened-condensed-milk/ to find a condensed milk sub
crazylam151 year ago
Voted =)
onemoroni11 year ago
I have done just milk and sweetened condensed milk for a quick, cheaper version. Yours is better.
doodlecraft (author)  onemoroni11 year ago
Milk sounds like a great switch up for a lighter ice cream! Thanks for the idea...I could "justify" it a little more often! :)
I use an ice cream maker, so it may be different that whip and freeze.
I am curious about that, though. Can you whip the milk? I've heard of it being done in a blender but I wasn't sure if it would actually work.
I love this! I added a pinch of salt and a teaspoon of vanilla, but even if it stops being "two-ingredient ice cream," it's still easier than pulling together a custard and freezing it in the ice cream maker.
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