|Making Ice Cream and Iced Desserts|
|by Joanna Farrow|
Experiment with different flavors, learn to layer and ripple, use molds of different shapes and sizes, and make your own baskets, cones, cookies a...
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Make a custard ... gelatin. Cool. Add cream, vanilla, salt ... of the milk and half and half are replaced by non-fat milk. Makes approximately 2 quarts.
Gives ice cream richer and creamer ... freezer and surround with ice and rock salt. Crank or electric freeze! Makes 5 quarts or about 12 large servings.
Beat eggs, add ... much fruit used.) Freeze in usual manner. Makes 2 quarts. NOTE: You may use any fruit you wish, but bananas make the creamiest ice cream.
Beat eggs in ... fruit, pour into ice cream churn. Freeze according ... oz.) cans evaporated milk, 2 cups sugar, whole milk, 1 tablespoon vanilla and fruit.
Mix crushed crackers ... together pudding, milk, ice cream, and pour ... up in refrigerator before covering with Cool Whip. Then sprinkle crumbs on top.
Mix together: Freeze in 8 inch square pan. Cut in 8 squares. Each piece = 1/2 cup milk, 1/2 fruit, 1/2 bread, 1/2 protein.
Mix first four ingredients. Then stir in Grape Nuts. Pour into 8 inch pan and freeze. Cut into 25 pieces.
Fork blend all the pie crust ingredients together and knead into a flat ball. Chill thoroughly before rolling. Roll very thin, then line your pie pan ...
Soften ice cream and Cool Whip. Add vanilla, peanut butter and instant pudding powder. Blend well with electric mixer. Pour into an 8 inch square pan. Freeze.
Mix gelatin with ... dry milk and ice water in cold ... until peaks form. While still beating, add sugar, oil and gelatin. Place in refrigerator until ready.
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