Family Homemade Ice Cream Recipe

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This recipe for Homemade Ice Cream is not only tested and tried but this recipe has also made its rounds through the family. You see my Family Homemade Ice Cream Recipe was passed down from Great Grandmother to my mother and you guessed it, I got the recipe from my mother. Now onto the recipe.

Homemade Ice Cream Recipe For 6 Quart Ice Cream Freezer 

Ingredients

1.) 4 Eggs.

2.) 2 1/2 cups White Sugar.

3.) 1 can of Evaporated Milk.

4.) 4 tablespoons of Vanilla.

Directions

1.) Beat 4 Eggs then add the Sugar slowly while beating it.

2.) Now add the Evaporated Milk and the 4 tablespoons of Vanilla.

3.) Pour all of this into the ice cream container then fill the container 3/4 full of Regular Milk. Put container into the ice cream freezer and surround it with ice and plug freezer in. Can use hand crank ice cream freezer to make the Homemade ice cream too.

4.) ENJOY!!

Baker’s Note

If you don’t have a Ice Cream Freezer/Container you can usually find one at Amazon.com, Walmart or another shopping store/mall that might have one.

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10 thoughts on “Family Homemade Ice Cream Recipe

  1. crystal; thanx for sharing this recipe; the best are the ones that are handed down and thankfully
    you have the ingredients. my grandma made the best coleslaw on the planet { according
    to anyone who ever ate it } and while I can “see” her at the kitchen counter and “see” the
    process; the actual recipe went with her to the grave ~~~~~~~~~~~~ 🙂 ♥♥

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    1. We make Vanilla and put toppings and peanuts on. Personally I just like a little peanuts on my homemade vanilla ice cream because it is to good to put toppings on.

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  2. Crystal, I love keeping my family recipes going for another generation, so it was fun to find you still making one from your great grandmother! Fill 3/4 full of milk–would that be about 2 1/2 quarts? (We love cats, too. Daisy Mae is a beauty!)

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