Monday, November 30, 2015

11 homemade ice cream recipes - no machine needed

Skinny German Chocolate Ice Cream.
Skinny German Chocolate Ice Cream. via PARADE

I stood on my toes stretching my five-foot-tall frame to an upper cabinet where I store those rarely used kitchen gadgets. My finger tips prodded the bottom edge of the door. I was just a moment away from victory. Suddenly, a sandwich press, a mini George Foreman Grill, and an ice cream maker tumbled off the shelf. Since I have years of experience dealing with appliances that clearly have something against vertically challenged cooks, I was able to catch them all. Still, I wondered, “Why on earth do I have all this stuff?”

You really don’t need a kitchen full of machines to turn out great food. These eleven no-churn flavors prove it. As you click through the gallery you will see oh-so-bad for you indulgences made with things like cookie dough and candy. You will also find some healthier choices, including a one-ingredient sorbet. There’s even an option to cool off your furry friends this summer. So grab a big spoon and prepare to enjoy hassle-free homemade ice cream.

Laurie Farmer helps you satisfy your sweet tooth on her blog Frosting And A Smile . She develops fun-to-share dessert recipes and breaks them down into simple steps so anyone can make them. Laurie is also a three-time Emmy-nominated journalist. She is married and has a three-year-old son. You can follow her on Pinterest, Facebook or Google +.

Chocolate Mint Chip Ice Cream

Oh, hel-lo. Go beyond chocolate chips and use Andes Candies to take your ice cream to the next level.

Get the recipe from The Kitchen is My Playground.

Pumpkin Toffee Ice Cream

You don't have to wait until the fall to enjoy pumpkin. Enjoy it right now with this five-ingedient sweet.

Get the recipe from Taste and Tell.

Get the recipe from The Cookie Rookie.

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Laurie Farmer
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