2 Ingredient Ice Cream.

This is quickly becoming a household favorite,  it tastes like old fashion ice cream but requires less effort or specialized equipment. Just five minutes of work and 6 hours of Self control (ok so it isn’t all easy).

After you make the base mix the flavors are endless. My personal favorite is rocky road loaded with mini chocolate chips, slivered almonds, and mini marshmallows. I’ll detail a few of my favorites at the end.

Two Ingredient Ice Cream

The ingredients:
16 oz Heavy Whipping Cream
7 oz Sweetend Condensed Milk (1/2 a can)
2 Tblsp Vanilla Extract.

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The Instructions:
Mix together the Sweetend Condensed Milk and Vanilla extract and set aside. In a seperat bowl whip your cream using your stand mixer or hand mixer until it holds its form when you lift out your beater.  I believe they are called stiff peaks.  Once your Whipping Cream is at the stiff peak stage fold the Condensed Milk mixture into the whipped cream until an even consistency is reached. At this point you are done with a vanilla ice cream, but you could fold, swirl, or layer  in other goodies to create something even better. Lastly set the ice cream by freezing for 6 hours or over night.

Mix ins:
Chopped up candy bars
Crushed cookies
Nuts
Flavor extracts
Chocolate chips
Chopped up fruit
Cream cheese

A few ideas…

Cookies and Cream:
Add crushed Oreos to Vanilla base

Strawberry cheese cake:
Layer 1/3 vanilla base, crashed graham cracker, chopped Strawberries,and whipped room temp cream cheese then repeat ending with a vanilla base top.

Chocolate ice cream
Just mix 3-6 tblsp cocoa powder into Condensed Milk mixture and follow instructions as above

Rocky Road:
Make chocolate ice cream and mix in sliced almonds, chocolate chips, and mini marshmallows.

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