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Homemade Ice Cream Without A Machine

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Hello, Eatlo community! 🍽️👋 We’re back with another exciting video for all the dessert lovers out there. This time, we’re bringing you a fantastic recipe from America’s Test Kitchen, titled “How to Make Homemade Ice Cream Without A Machine”.🍨🥥

About America’s Test Kitchen 🎥🍴

America’s Test Kitchen is a renowned platform that features a plethora of recipes, cooking tips, and equipment reviews. Located in Boston’s Seaport District, it is the home of Cook’s Illustrated magazine and Cook’s Country magazine, and is the workday destination for more than 60 test cooks, editors, and cookware specialists. Their mission is to test recipes over and over again until they understand how and why they work and until they arrive at the best version.

The Magic of No-Churn Ice Cream 🍦✨

In this video, the hosts introduce us to the magic of making homemade ice cream without a machine. The recipe is based on a traditional method found in a grandmother’s recipe box, and it’s been updated with a modern twist. The result is a soft, scoopable ice cream that you can customize with your favorite flavors.

The Recipe 📝🍨

The recipe starts with whipping two cups of heavy cream in a blender until it forms stiff peaks. This process incorporates air into the mixture, similar to how an ice cream maker churns.

Next, they add a cup of sweetened condensed milk, which keeps the ice cream soft and scoopable in the freezer. A quarter cup of corn syrup (or caramel sauce for the salted caramel coconut flavor) is added, followed by a quarter cup of whole milk. The mixture is then flavored with extracts, such as vanilla or peppermint, and a bit of salt.

For the mint Oreo flavor, they stir in a half cup of chopped chocolate sandwich cookies. For the salted caramel coconut flavor, they add a quarter cup of toasted coconut and drizzle a third cup of caramel on top, lightly swirling it in with a fork.

The mixture is then poured into a loaf pan, covered with plastic wrap directly on the surface to prevent ice crystals, and frozen for about six hours until firm.

Join the Conversation! 🗣️👥

This video is a must-watch for anyone who loves ice cream and enjoys making homemade desserts. The recipe is simple, customizable, and doesn’t require any special equipment.

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