|The Ice Cream Machine Cookbook|
|by Melissa Clark|
From rich ice custards to lighter sorbets to low-fat ice milk and frozen yogurts, this cookbook tempts all ice cream lovers.
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Beat 2 eggs ... cups milk or cream, 1 1/2 ... enough fresh, clean snow to create the ... like slush. Serve this yummy treat in a dish or ice cream cone.
Add ingredients to bowl. Mix with spatula. When thoroughly combined, serve and enjoy.
Beat all ingredients together except snow; mix well. Add snow and mix well.
Mix the pudding and sugar with milk and vanilla. Stir in the snow.
Mix well. Stir in enough clean fresh snow to make it about the consistency of homemade ice cream. Makes about 4 quarts.
Slowly pour the milk over the snow, then sprinkle ... fork. Sprinkle in the sugar and mix lightly. Eat immediately; do not try to freezer or refrigerate.
Add enough snow to well mixed ... Amount of snow needed depends on how "wet" the snow is. Dry, fluffy snow makes the best ice cream. Don't use yellow snow!
Put the ice cream in the refrigerator ... coconut doesn't dry out. Take the baking sheet out of the freezer 15 minutes before you are ready to serve dessert.
Snow, 2 cups ... to get a thick ice cream but make sure you keep tasting it so it tastes good. Too much snow and you'll lose the flavor. Eat right away.
Put milk, sweetened ... 1 quart of snow and mix. Continue ... and looks like ice cream. Be careful not to add to much snow. Serve right away. 10 servings.
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