|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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Combine all ingredients ... Stir. Float an ice mold in it, if ... temperature for 5 minutes or until loosened. This will keep in the freezer for 2 months.
Combine Jello and ... 1 pint vanilla ice cream and stir ... all ice cream is melted. Pour into mold and refrigerate until set. Unmold just before serving.
Put into 7 inch mold. Freeze 4 ... Can be kept up to four months. To unmold let stand for 5 minutes at room temperature or until loosened. West Hurst Elem.
Dissolve Jello in ... Jello over pint ice cream; stir until ... but still pourable. Add cherries, mix and pour into mold. Let chill for at least 2 hours.
Dissolve Jello, 1 ... 2 cups vanilla ice cream, 7 large ... cubes. Shake gently in covered container until ice does not rattle. Pour into mold and chill.
Add boiling water to gelatin and stir until dissolved. Add cold water. Beat in ice cream. Pour into mold or pan and allow to set in refrigerator. Serve cold.
Dissolve Jello in boiling water. Add ice cream and stir until melted. Drain cherries and pineapple. Add pineapple, cherries and nuts. Chill at least 1 hour.
Dissolve Jello in ... pint of vanilla ice cream and mix ... drained. Pour into mold or Pyrex dish ... strawberry Jello and fresh strawberries instead of orange.
Boil water and dissolve Jello. Add pineapple, pecans and ice cream. Stir until ice cream melts completely. Pour into mold. Refrigerate.
Drain pineapple, saving ... Cool. Meanwhile let ice cream stand at ... cream and then pineapple. Pour into lightly oiled 2 1/2 quart mold. Chill until firm.
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