Ice Cream Recipes

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AUTHOR
Martha Stephenson
DIMENSION
9,89 MB
FILE NAME
Ice Cream Recipes.pdf
ISBN
5991431088018

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When we think on summer and hot days, ice cream always shows in our minds as a savior. Besides being a savior, ice creams are amazing icy treats and can be served anytime and at any occasion. Ice creams have a long history and have been used for centuries whether served to kings and queens or served to plain folks. Ice creams are available in any store, but it is always better and a cheaper to prepare ice cream. With our Ice Cream Recipes, you can prepare most delicious ice creams everyone will love. Our Homemade Ice Cream Recipe Book contains 25 carefully chosen Ice Cream Recipes that are simple to follow and prepare. Besides simple to follow and prepare recipes, this Homemade Ice Cream Recipe Book presents you not only classic Ice Cream Recipes, but also some new and exciting combinations. You can find different Ice Cream Cookbooks out there, but this one will give you everything you need: fruit-based recipes, classic recipes, gourmet recipes, vegan and new and exciting ice cream recipes. With this Ice Cream Cookbook, you will be able to prepare various ice creams for yourself, your family and friends.

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3/4 cup white sugar; 1 cup heavy whipping cream; 2 1/4 cups milk; 2 tsp vanilla extract To make my homemade ice cream recipe without an ice cream machine, you start by whipping up cold heavy cream for about 2-3 minutes until the cream forms soft peaks. Once whipped, you add in your condensed milk.

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