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Coffee Can Ice Cream

Post by Scruffy and Tater on 5/30/2008, 3:41 pm

Coffee Can Ice Cream

Supplies:
1 - 1 lb coffee can with lid
1 - 3 lb coffee can with lid
duct tape for lid
crushed ice
rock salt

Ingredients:
1 cup milk
1 cup whipping cream
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 tsp vanilla
chopped nuts, or pieces of fruit - optional

Instructions:
Combine ingredients in a clean 1 lb coffee can with a tight fitting plastic lid. Tape lid for added security. Place 1 lb coffee can in 3 lb coffee can. Pack crushed ice around the smaller can. Pour almost 1 cup of rock salt over the ice. Replace lid on 3 lb can. Roll the can back and forth on the floor or sidewalk for 10 minutes. Remove the inside can carefully. Keep salt solution out of the small can. Remove lid of small can and stir ice cream with a rubber spatula. Replace and retape lid. Drain ice water from larger can and place smaller can inside. Repack with ice and salt. Roll back and forth 5 - 10 minutes more depending on how firm you like your ice cream. Makes about 3 cups.

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Re: Coffee Can Ice Cream

Post by ffruff22 on 7/23/2008, 2:55 am

thanks for the neat idea, I am going to try it out this weekend. The only challenge is the 3# of coffee that I have to drink! snoopy

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Re: Coffee Can Ice Cream

Post by Dennis on 7/23/2008, 4:31 am

At least you'll have enough energy to roll the can around Shocked

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Post by ffruff22 on 7/23/2008, 3:28 pm

hopefully the kids will take care of that.......

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Re: Coffee Can Ice Cream

Post by Scruffy and Tater on 7/23/2008, 3:29 pm

What flavor are you going to make? Let us know how it turns out.

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Re: Coffee Can Ice Cream

Post by MaxRock on 7/23/2008, 3:34 pm

After drinking the 3# of coffee, you shouldn't have to roll it, you should be able to shake it from the caffeine jitters you'll have.

Sounds like a great summer activity and desert...thanks!

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Re: Coffee Can Ice Cream

Post by ffruff22 on 7/23/2008, 4:22 pm

As far as flavor goes, I am thinking Cookie Dough......

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Re: Coffee Can Ice Cream

Post by Scruffy and Tater on 7/24/2008, 4:02 am

Can I come over? :) I love cookie dough ice cream.

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Re: Coffee Can Ice Cream

Post by ffruff22 on 7/24/2008, 5:05 am

It might be a long ride for some ice cream to Holly recreation area in MI..... smilyshifting

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Re: Coffee Can Ice Cream

Post by ffruff22 on 7/28/2008, 1:16 pm

The ice cream turned out great, although I did put my own little spin on it and used 1 small and 1 large zip-lock bag. I also cut the recipe in half so all 5 of the kids could make their own. Here is a couple of pics of my 2 girls enjoying the final result.



Thanks for the great idea!

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Re: Coffee Can Ice Cream

Post by Scruffy and Tater on 7/28/2008, 5:59 pm

What a great idea! You're making me hungry for ice cream. Maybe tomorrow................. Wink

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