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Welcome to Family Friendly Fridays!  Summer is here and for this holiday weekend, I thought it would be fun to share with you an easy and delicious ice cream recipe that is made out of a baggie!  I know, sounds strange!  If you have 10 minutes and a few plastic baggies you have all the equipment you need to make this classic homemade ice cream over the weekend!  What could be any easier right?  Better yet, your kids can make this from start to finish!

Here is what you need to do.  Place your cream, maple syrup and vanilla into a quart size freezer bag and zip and close the bag.  In a gallon size freezer baggie, fill it half full with ice.  Pour 1/2 cup course salt  over the ice (I do not use my good salt for this, I used some kosher salt).  Place the quart size baggie of ingredients into the gallon size freezer bag and zip up and start shaking.  

 

Shake for about 7 minutes or until the ice cream forms.  If you want to mix in other ingredients, simply stir them into the ice cream after it has formed.  I added some fermented berry sauce, recipe to come!  That is it!  Ice cream in 10 minutes with no equipment needed!  Now that is what I call easy!

Family Friendly Friday ~ Homemade Ice Cream Made Out Of A Baggie In 10 Minutes!

Prep Time: 3 minutes

Cook Time: 7 minutes

Total Time: 10 minutes

Yield: 1 cup

Serving Size: 1/2 cup

Family Friendly Friday ~ Homemade Ice Cream Made Out Of A Baggie In 10 Minutes!

Ingredients

  • 1 cup of preferably raw cream, half and half or raw milk. Organic will also work.
  • 2 tbsp grade b maple syrup
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 quart size freezer baggie
  • 1 gallon size freezer baggie
  • ice
  • 1/2 cup course salt

Instructions

  1. Place cream, maple syrup and vanilla into the quart size baggie.
  2. In the gallon size baggie, add ice and salt.
  3. Place the quart size bag into the gallon size bag and zip close.
  4. Shake the two bags for 7 minutes or until ice cream forms.
  5. Stir in additional toppings into ice cream if desired after the 7 minutes.
  6. Serve immediately
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18 thoughts on “Family Friendly Fridays ~ Homemade Organic Ice Cream Made Out Of A Baggie In Only 10 Minutes!”

  1. Rhonda Harader Cain says:

    Great idea!

  2. Lisa Hostetler says:

    We love to make these when we go camping. But, now I’m changing up my recipe asap. Thanks!

  3. Whole Lifestyle Nutrition says:

    I have a video I am posting tomorrow of my daughter making this :) She had so much fun and it is so easy :)

  4. Dania Reed Welch says:

    Could this be sweetened with stevia extract instead of maple syrup?

  5. Whole Lifestyle Nutrition says:

    I don’t see why not Dania

  6. apriljharris says:

    What a fun frugal activity for kids, as well as a great way to make wholesome, additive free ice cream! 

  7. AndreaBlasigDedmon says:

    cool idea!

  8. BeyondThePeel says:

    We made this at home a few months ago and LOVE it. We even got a little exercise making it my dancing around the house and shaking the bag. Thanks for sharing it with us at Whole Food Wednesdays. http://www.beyondthepeel.net

  9. MomPhotographer says:

    that is a wonderful recipe. I just made an banana ice cream from frozen bananas (in blender) :) just delicious! I am going to try your recipe next time I make ice cream :)

  10. JillKandel says:

    My hubby and I made this tonight and his response to the finished product was, “No way!  It actually works!”  He was very happy to have ice cream again since I never buy it at the store.  Thanks for a great recipe!

  11. Newatthis says:

    Can you use almond milk or coconut milk instead?

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