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Snacks : Food > Ice Cream

Making Ice Cream  added 7-26-00 Original Author Unknown

Ingredients:
1 cup Milk/cream
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 tsp. vanilla
1/4 cup of salt
crushed ice

Tools of preparation:
masking tape
coffee cans
measuring cup and spoons
paper towels
dish towel
large spoon

Eating utensils:
ice cream scooper
bowls
spoons
napkins
sprinkles

Directions:
Pour 1 cup of milk into SMALL can. Add 1/4 cup of sugar. Add 1/4 teaspoon of vanilla. Stir. Cover the small can with its lid. Tape the lid closed. Place the small coffee can inside the large one. Fill the remaining space with crushed ice. Add 1/4 cup of salt to the top of the ice. Cover the large coffee can. Tape the lid closed. Turn the can on its side. Roll cans on the floor. After 15-20 minutes check the can.
Note the condensation on the outside of the can.
(Please note this recipe will not work if you skip adding salt over the ice.)

Ice Cream Cone Clowns added 7-26-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: Ice Cream, Ice Cream Cones, Cupcake papers, Cherries, nuts ,and mini chocolate chips, or other cake decorations.

Directions: Scoop ice cream into each cupcake paper. Let each child place cone "hat" upside down on scoop. Children can make facial features with the decorations of choice.


Ice Cream Recipe  added 7-26-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: 1 cup sugar, 3 tablespoons all purpose flour, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 2 1/2 cups milk, 3 eggs, 2 cups heavy or whipping cream, 5 teaspoons vanilla extract

Directions: In heavy, 3-quart saucepan with spoon, combine sugar, flour, and salt. In medium bowl with hand beater or wire whisk, beat eggs and milk and eggs together until well blended; stir into sugar mixture until smooth. Cook for about 15 minutes over low heat, stirring constantly, until the mixture thickens and coats the spoon, being sure that the custard does not boil or it will curdle; cool. Stir in 2 cups heavy or whipping cream and 5 teaspoons vanilla extract. Freeze and Enjoy!


Yet another Ice cream Recipe  added 7-26-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: 1/2 cup 2% milk, 1 tablespoon sugar, 1/4 teaspoon vanilla, 6 tablespoons salt, ice (lots), 1 pint-size zip-type plastic bag, 2 gallon-size zip-type plastic bags

Directions: (Fill one large bag with the 6 tablespoons of salt and about half full with ice. In the small bag fill with the milk, sugar, and vanilla. Seal the smaller bag and place inside the large bag with the salt and ice. Seal well. Now place this bag inside another gallon-size bag (We used two large bags because the children were very vigorous with their shaking and the bags were getting holes in them!) and shake the mixture for about 5 minutes. Open bags and wipe off the top of the small bag and open carefully and enjoy.


Ice-cream Snowballs  added 7-26-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: vanilla ice cream, 1/2 cup shredded coconut, favorite ice cream sauce

Directions: Form ice cream into balls, roll into coconut. Place balls into small bowls. FREEZE.


Make Sundaes  added 7-26-00 Original Author Unknown

Invite the children to make their own ice cream sundaes with a selection of toppings.


Ice Cream Sandwiches  added 7-26-00 Original Author Unknown
Make ice cream sandwiches using favorite cookies.


Ice Cream Cone Cake  added 7-26-00 Original Author Unknown

You can make cakes in ice cream cones. This is something the kids can help
make for snack. Mix up a regular cake mix according to the directions. Fill the flat bottom ice cream cones with 2/3 cake mix. Bake in oven for 20 minutes at 350 degrees. The cake will raise up over the sides of the cones and LOOK like ice cream. The kids can frost and decorate with candy toppings.


Ziplock Ice Cream  added 7-26-00 Original Author Unknown

For each child you need: 1 pint size ziplock bag (I wouldn't use the kind with zippers because it is too easy for little ones to open on accident), 1 gallon size ziplock bag, 1 TBL sugar, 1/2 cup milk, 1/4 t vanilla, 6 TBL salt (regular table salt will work)

Directions:
Fill large ziplock half full with ice. Add salt and seal bag. Put milk, vanilla, and sugar into the small bag. Seal it and place into larger bag. Seal the large bag. Shake until mixture is ice cream. Should take about 5 minutes. Wipe off top of small bag. Then open carefully and enjoy.




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