Food - Drink
Do You Really Need A Special Appliance For Homemade Ice Cream?
From Häagen-Dazs to Ben & Jerry's to Blue Bell, there are plenty of store-bought ice cream brands to satisfy your sweet tooth. However, if you’ve ever wondered how to make homemade ice cream without an ice cream maker, here are a couple of ways to do just that.
The first method requires heavy cream, condensed milk, a freezer-safe pan, an electric or hand mixer, and a little bit of patience. Use the mixer to beat the cream, then fold in the condensed milk until well incorporated, pour into your container, and freeze for around eight hours.
Alternatively, you can ditch the electronics, and simply pour the same ingredients — cream and condensed milk — into a mason jar, screw the lid on tight, and shake it. It will take about five to seven minutes of shaking before the mixture thickens enough, then simply freeze.