Monday, July 1, 2019

Sweet Milk Ice Cream and Grandkids

My late beloved Mom would've been 90 on June 30th.  I was able to have all my grandchildren here to get a picture together. 

Caiden and Cissy made my Mom's favorite angel food cake at Cooking Camp this past week.   We also made some homemade vanilla ice cream to have with it, which was very tasty!

Cissy spent the night and we made some patriotic red, white and blue krispie treats and swirled some white chocolate on them, and sprinkled them with sprinkles.  We used a star cookie cutter and put some on lollipop sticks, and the leftovers we rolled into balls, and put them on sticks, too.  We put two each in cellophane bags as party favors for all the kids.  Cissy is a great helper!  

Ready for the party!




Yield: 1 quart
Author: Kitty, Caiden and Cissy, but adapted from King Arthur Flour

Sweet Milk Ice Cream

The kids and I made this to go along with my late beloved mom's favorite angel food cake .

ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup whole milk powder
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 tablespoons tapioca starch (we used 1 tablespoon cornstarch)
  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • 3 cups whole milk
  • 2 tablespoons light corn syrup
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla

instructions:

How to cook Sweet Milk Ice Cream

  1. Instructions
  2. In a large  saucepan, whisk together the dried milk, sugar, and tapioca starch.
  3. Add the remaining ingredients and whisk until smooth.
  4. Set the saucepan over medium-high heat, and cook the ice cream base, stirring constantly, until it becomes just slightly thicker than heavy cream; it will thinly coat the spoon or spatula you're using.
  5. Remove the pan from the heat, and pour the base into a heatproof mixing bowl, stirring occasionally as it cools to prevent a skin from forming.
  6. Once the base has cooled to just slightly warmer than room temperature, lay a piece of plastic wrap on the surface, again to prevent a skin from forming.
  7. Transfer the bowl to the refrigerator for at least 4 hours, to chill completely.
  8. Freeze the base in an ice cream maker according to the manufacturer's directions.
  9. Transfer the ice cream to a covered container, and freeze until ready to serve.
  10. The ice cream may firm up a bit as it freezes, so leave it at room temperature for 10 to 15 minutes to soften before serving, if necessary.
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I am sharing this with these lovely parties;



21 comments:

  1. That is a wonderful photo of all your grands! Frameworthy!

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  2. awesome article..
    thanks for sharing :)

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  3. What an adorable group photo of all your grands Kitty! I know they love your cooking camp, I know I would! I'm still waiting for Cissy to have her own blog or show up on a Kids Baking Championship on Food Network! ♥

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  4. Very nice picture Kitty! The krispy treats look yummy and festive too-Happy 4th of July Week:@)

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  5. Adorable photos Kitty! I have never actually made ice cream. This sounds and look delicious!

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  6. Kitty, how wonderful to be baking and have the cooking camp with your grandchildren. The milk ice cream sounds so nice. Have a nice week and a Happy 4th of July.

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  7. LOVING this picture of your beautiful grandbabies! My heart is soaring by leaps and bounds as I look at all of your babies. Nothing is quite like a grandmother's love! Oh I adore this picture and you should frame it. Looks like some mighty good eating going on there too. My middle daughter is wanting homemade ice cream for her birthday. I might need to try your recipe. Happy 4th to you dear Kitty! Hugs and blessings and an extra dose of love to you dear lady. Cindy

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  8. A special way to celebrate your Mom's birthday Kitty, I know she's smiling down...
    Jenna

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  9. How wonderful,dear Kitty...A real treasure!They are precious and adorable!

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  10. What a sweet photo of the grandkids!

    I love ice cream and I should invest in one an ice cream maker so I can create my own tea-infused ice cream!

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  11. What a wonderful day for you, to have all the grands together. And, that photo is awesome! I'm sure the cake and ice cream was enjoyed by all. Happy Fourth dear Kitty......

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  12. Oh Kitty - I just know your heart went pitter patter to be able to get a picture of all your grands together. HOW PRECIOUS!! Terrific post....love it all. Enjoy a great 4th Dear Friend. XO

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  13. Oh Kitty- what a wonderful day with your grands - and honoring that sweet dear Mom of yours.
    Bet she's smiling from heaven.

    Thank you so much for the ice cream recipe - just this afternoon hubs mentioned it's been so long since we've made ice cream. He loves to make it but he doesn't (can't) eat anything really cold b/c of his sensitive teeth - so we just haven't made it in too long. Thanks for the inspiration! Hugs! Happy July!!! ♥♥♥

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  14. Such a beautiful photo of all your gorgeous grands! They all seem to have such fabulous fun when they are at your home. A lovely tribute to your lovely mum. Have a fabulous 4th July, lovely Kitty.

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  15. The ice cream sounds so yummy! And, I love your idea of cutting the rice krispie treats with the star cookie cutter! So much fun you have and provide for your dear grandkids! You are such an inspiration, dear friend. :)

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  16. What a blessing having all of your grands together! I love angel food cake...and of course even more so with homemade ice cream! Every time I think of your cooking camp with your grands, I just think about the sweet memories you are instilling in them (as well as the cooking skills). I know they will always cherish them! Have a happy and safe July 4th!

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  17. What a wonderful picture of your grandchildren! I agree, it is frame worthy. Your grandchildren are going to have so many lovely memories of growing up and helping in the Cooking Camp. Happy July 4th, Kitty! Hope you have a splendid day with your family. Hugs...Sandi

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  18. Going to be making This one!! Thanks for the recipe!!
    hughugs

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  19. What a lovely way to honour your dear mother, Kitty. You have such beautiful grandchildren and I know they must treasure the times they spend with you having tea and making delicious things to eat.

    Happy 4th of July!

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  20. That is a lovely photograph of all the grandchildren.
    Happy 4th of July wishes.

    All the best Jan

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  21. A sweet post in many ways, Kitty :) I love the shot of all your grands ♥ I'm trying to play catch up after two very busy weeks!

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