Today, I’m sharing a throwback no-cook recipe for your scouts to try.
Hand-cranked ice cream made by my mother-in-law is one of my favorite memories of summer. But, being a diabetic and aiming to reduce clutter in my home, I don’t have the desire to buy and store an ice cream maker for the occasional summer treat for my kids.
Instead, I stumbled on a simple recipe for homemade ice cream that’s portion-controlled and quick to make! The kids loved the process, and in 10 minutes – just a few quick songs on our playlist – they had a cool treat on a hot summer day.
Easy vanilla ice cream
1/2 c. half and half or whipping cream
1/2 tsp. vanilla
1 tbsp. sugar
Put in a small plastic bag and seal.
In a gallon bag, add 6 tbsp. ice cream salt or kosher salt, then fill halfway with ice. Add the small baggie; seal the large bag. Shake 10 minutes for a soft-serve consistency.
This post originally appeared on my retired blog, Going Green in Indy.