How to Make Bubble Gum Ice Cream

1,054

18

3

About: A Melbourne based digital marketer. I spend a lot of my spare practicing food photography and trail running.

Making bubble gum ice cream is super easy. It's a lovely dessert to make for a kids party or any other time you want a little extra excitement in your life.

You can whip this ice cream up in a few minutes and then all you have to do is freeze it and wait.

What you'll need to make this dessert

  • 1 can condensed milk (14oz or 397g)
  • 2 cups cream
  • 1 tsp of bubble gum flavour (available in the baking section of the supermarket)
  • Drops of pink food colour
  • 40 Gumballs

Step 1: Whip It!

First you'll need to add all the ingredients (except the gumballs) to a large bowl. Use an electric beater to whip the mixture until stiff peaks form.

Step 2: Scoop It!

Use a spoon to scoop half the ice cream into a container and smooth it out. A shallow container works better as it freezes faster resulting in a smoother, less icy ice cream.

Step 3: Ball It!

Add half the gumballs then top with the remaining ice cream. Finally, top with the remaining gumballs.

Step 4: Freeze It!

Cover the container with cling wrap and freeze for a few hours until hardened. If you place your ice cream at the back of the freezer it will freeze faster.

Step 5: Eat It!

Enjoy your ice cream! It's sure to be a party favourite with the kids (and probably the adults too).

Share

    Recommendations

    • Optics Contest

      Optics Contest
    • First Time Author

      First Time Author
    • Make it Glow Contest 2018

      Make it Glow Contest 2018

    3 Discussions

    0
    None
    Penolopy Bulnick

    5 months ago

    Sounds like my kind of ice cream!
    So you are able to whip both the sweetened condensed milk and cream at once?

    2 replies
    0
    None
    NateT16Penolopy Bulnick

    Reply 5 months ago

    Hi Penolopy, Yeah you can. To be honest, I thought cream had to be whipped separately then add condensed milk. I made a mistake and added it all at once and it made no difference. It worked great!

    0
    None
    Penolopy BulnickNateT16

    Reply 5 months ago

    I love when mistakes turn into new and easier ways to do things :)