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Halloween No Churn Ice Cream

Awhile back Pickle and I tried making some homemade ice cream recipes. We tried this birthday cake one and this cookie monster ice cream. I personally like the cookie monster one the best out of the two.

The other day Pickle brought up making ice cream again. I still had 1 can of sweetened condensed milk left from the last time and I thought, maybe I could make a Halloween themed ice cream. I took a look at the birthday cake recipe so I knew what amount of ingredients to use.

I knew I wanted Halloween colors, but I knew I only had red, yellow, and green to work with. So I figured, green, orange, and black(ish) would be fitting. I also had some Halloween sprinkles left from a previous baking extravaganza.

The whole process of making the ice cream took around 30-40 minutes and then freeze overnight.

I started by putting my loaf pan and mixing bowl in the freezer to get cold. I do this because the cold seems to help the whipping cream to not take as long as it would without the chill. Whipping the heavy whipping cream works best in a cold metal bowl, but I only have plastic mixing bowls. They work, it just takes a bit longer.

This recipe is on the sweeter side.

Here is what it looked like before freezing.

Directions

  1. Using a cold medium mixing bowl and hand mixer, whip the whipping cream until firm peaks form ( about 15 minutes)
  2. Mix together in a separate mixing bowl the 1/3 cup of sugar and the can of sweetened condensed milk 
  3. Slowly whip the sweetened condensed milk mixture into the whipped cream 
  4. Separate the mixture into 3 small bowls (or however many colors you are doing, I did 3)
  5. Put the food coloring into the small bowls (One green) (yellow +red=orange) (yellow+red+green=grayish color) I used separate spoons to stir each bowl so they didn’t mix. Mix until desired colors.
  6. Get the loaf pan from freezer 
  7. Pour one color at a time in a zig zag motion,  alternating the colors so that they intertwine, but don’t mix
  8. Put sprinkles on top
  9. Freeze 6 hours/overnight 
  10. Enjoy!

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