|by Liz Franklin|
Who can resist icy desserts? They can capture summer in a cone, add something special to a hot winter dessert, or provide something light and lusc...
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Melt Milky Way bars in 2 ... mixture and mix well. Pour into 1 gallon ice cream freezer. Add additional milk to fill to proper capacity. Mix well and freeze.
Melt Milky Way in a little milk. Let cool about 5 minutes before adding other ingredients. Put into a 4 quart freezer.
Melt Milky Way bars in 2 ... container and add enough milk to fill container to within 2 inches of top. Mix well. Freeze according to freezer directions.
Melt Milky Way and chocolate syrup. Add Eagle Brand milk. Mix well. Pour in milk to make enough to fill churn. Makes 1 gallon homemade ice cream. Mmmmm, good.
Melt Milky Way bars and slowly add Eagle Brand. Mix well and let cool a little bit. Put in freezer and fill with milk.
In a heavy saucepan, melt candy bars and 2 cups milk and cool. Meantime, beat eggs. Add sugar and beat well. Add vanilla, evaporated milk, and Half ...
Melt Milky Way bars and 1 ... Then cool. Add sugar, vanilla, can milk and beat eggs good and fill up with milk. Mix well. Put in 6 quart ice cream freezer.
Melt candy in ... Add vanilla and evaporated milk to eggs and sugar. Mix well and add to Milky Way mixture. Pour in freezer and finish filling with milk.
Chop Milky Way bars and melt ... quart freezer container and fill with milk to 2/3 full. Freeze and pack down with lots of ice cream salt. Yields 1 gallon.
Melt Milky Way bars and marshmallows ... Brand milk and stir well. Pour into ice cream freezer; fill with regular milk and freezer according to directions.
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