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Alphabet : I > Snacks

Ice Cream added 3-6-99 Original Author Unknown

If possible, make home made ice cream and have the children help measure the ingredients.
*6 Eggs (whipped real good)
*2 Good Cups Sugar
*2 Tbs. Vanilla- - - - - -Mix well, then add...
*1 Qt. Cream
*1 Qt. Milk (not quite 1 quart)


Roll-the-Can-Ice-Cream added 3-6-99 Original Author Unknown

This frozen treat is really child's play (fun for grown-ups too).
Supplies -
For the freezer you need:
two empty cans - a 1-lb. and a 3-lb. with plastic lids, 1 1/2 cups of rock or kosher salt, 20 cups( about 7 1/2 lbs.) of crushed ice.
For the ice cream you need:
1 cup heavy cream, 1 cup milk, 1 beaten egg (optional), 1/2 cup sugar, 1 tsp. vanilla, 1/3 cup of chocolate chips.

In the small can mix cream, milk, beaten egg, sugar, vanilla, and chocolate chips. If you use the egg, be sure it is fresh and has no cracks. Uncooked eggs can cause food poisoning. Cover the small can and set in the center of the larger can. Layer half the crushed ice alternately with half the salt in the empty space between the cans. Cover the larger can. 
Now the fun begins:
Choose a hard level surface like a cement walk way and roll the can back and forth for about 10 minutes. Open outer can; empty old ice and water, lift out small can; wipe lid dry and remove. With a rubber spatula scrape ice cream from can sides. Stir and cover. Return small can. Repack with remaining ice and salt. Cover and roll for 5 more minutes.


Zip- Loc Bag Ice Cream added 3-6-99 Original Author Unknown

You will need: For each child
1 pint-size zip-type plastic bag
1 gallon-size zip-type plastic bag
1 tablespoon sugar
1/2 cup milk
1/4 teaspoon vanilla
6 tablespoon salt (regular table salt that pours will work)
PROCEDURE:
Fill the large bag half full of ice. Add the salt. Seal the bag. Put milk, vanilla, & sugar into the small bag. Seal it. Place the small bag inside the large one & seal again carefully. Shake until mixture is ice cream, about 5 minutes. Wipe off top of small bag. Then open carefully & enjoy!

Students will make ice cream in plastic bags so they can observe the process of the liquid changing to a solid.


Build an Insect added 3-6-99 Original Author Unknown

2 celery sticks (body)
6 carrot sticks (legs)
2 licorice sticks ( antennae)
2 raisins


Drink Ice tea added 3-6-99
Another Ice Cream added 3-6-99 Original Author Unknown

Ice cream - vanilla ice cream
1 pint of half and half cream
1 1/2 tsp. vanilla
1/3 cup + 2 TBS. sugar
Ice
Rock salt
Put ice cream ingredients in small ziplock freezer bag (I double bagged these) and put ice and rock salt in large ziplock freezer bag. Place small bag inside large and shake. Avoid hitting bag on table as bags will tear. This should be enough for three bags of ice cream.


Yellow Blue make? added 3-6-99 Original Author Unknown

Ice cubes - two trays - one with blue food coloring, one with yellow food coloring in a clear plastic cup, pour room temperature 7-up or other clear soda and then drop ice cubes in.


Iron Sandwich added 3-6-99 Original Author Unknown

A great idea for the letter I is iron sandwiches. It's basically grilled cheese, but instead of putting it in a pan, you wrap it in wax paper and use an iron (adult only) with the kids to make the "grilled" sandwich. The kids love it!


Igloo added 3-6-99 Original Author Unknown

Make a igloo using marshmallows & a bit of water to make them stick together (or marshmallows with icing).


Ice Pops added 3-6-99 Original Author Unknown

Make flavored ice cubes or ice pops!


 

 



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