Ice Cream in-a-Bag

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By josh'smom on Mon, 05-21-07, 01:10

We haven't tried this but I thought someone might want to make it. We will be making it tomorrow!
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2 cups skim milk
1/3 cup sugar
1 tsp vanilla
5 cups ice
3/4 cup rock salt
1/4 cup water

1. In a 1qt resealable bag, combine milk, sugar, and vanilla.
2. In a 1 gallon resealable bag. Combine ice, salt, and water. Then add bag with ice cream mix in it.
3. Close the gallon bag very securely. Wrap with a heavy towel.
4. Shake 10-15 minutes, or until ice cream is frozen.

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By Sandra Y on Mon, 05-21-07, 02:49

Sounds like good exercise for the upper arms.

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By Corvallis Mom on Mon, 05-21-07, 03:07

It also works to seal the bag with duct tape and put it inside a large empty coffee can and [i]roll it[/i] back and forth.

(And kids like doing this better!)

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By MommyMegan on Sun, 07-22-07, 20:50

I want to do this..what is rock salt?

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By ajgauthier on Mon, 07-23-07, 02:52

You can also get the icecream maker balls...one such like this:[url]http://www.amazon.com/Play-Freeze-Ice-Cream-Ball/dp/B000HGXOT6/ref=sr_1_16/102-2895080-8332117?ie=UTF8&s=kitchen&qid=1185158985&sr=1-16[/url]

We use them camping, real fun! Better than sitting there and shaking a bag. You can just sit on the ground with a few people/kids and roll it back and forth to each other whilst chatting or telling stories, etc.

Adrienne

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By lilpig99 on Wed, 08-08-07, 02:27

LLBean had one this summer in their catalogs and online...an ice cream ball, that is.

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