Ice Cream

This recipe is such a winner, that I decided to make it my first recipe on this blog!

Good quality ingredients are essential! It’s difficult to find fresh cream in Singapore, so unfortunately have to resort to UHT cream when I can’t find the real deal, but I urge you to use the best quality cream (preferably organic), where possible.  You won’t be sorry you did.

Here it is, at the special request of Michael Giblin, who’s comment on my Welcome post on Facebook was ‘Inspirational Rene…..Looking forward to the journey..and hey, if you can somehow slip ‘Ice cream ” and/or ”chocolate” into the mix, I’ll be forever grateful …lol….’!  This is for you Mick!

Home Made Vanilla Ice Cream

600ml Fresh Organic Single Cream
1 Can Condensed Milk
1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract or homemade Vanilla Essence (recipe to follow)

Beat the cream until stiff.  
Fold the Condensed Milk into the Cream.
Stir in the Vanilla.
Pour into a Freezer Safe dish - I like to use a glass/pyrex dish.
Place in the freezer for at least 4 hours and it's ready to serve!

NO Ice Cream Maker needed!!!!  You can double the recipe for a 
dinner party!

You can add just about anything to this mixture before freezing!  
Here are some ideas!  

Mini Marshmallows
Chocolate Chips
Crumbled Meringue
Pureed Raspberries or Blueberries (swirled through)
Mashed Banana
Crushed Maltesers name a few!  The sky is the limit!

Let me know what you think!  It's the simplest recipe ever and always a hit!  
My kids love it!

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Amy says:

    You know, with this recipe, you can even make it chocolate. Just add either cocoa for a rich flavor, or melt some chocolate, make sure it cools down and add it in! Simple!


    1. You’re quite right Ames – you’re very clever my baby!!


  2. Delicious. Great blog ☺☺

    Liked by 1 person

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