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In turns out you don't need a fancy ice cream maker to create ice cream at home. The recipe below is also perfect for kids and can be done in just 15 minutes! You don't need to worry about the little ones getting too close to the hot oven or stove.
Grab a plastic bag and your favorite toppings, and get ready to eat this delicious treat in no time!
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Homemade ice cream in a bag
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¼ cup half and half
1 tablespoon sugar
¼ cup milk
¼ teaspoon vanilla extract
1 cup ice cubes
3 tablespoons ice cream rock salt
1 pint-size resealable bag
1 gallon-size resealable bag
Take out the smaller size resealable bag.
Add half and half, milk, sugar, and vanilla extract into the bag. This is your ice cream mixture. Seal it.
Put the ice cubes in the gallon-size resealable bag. Add the salt.
Then add the smaller size bag with the ice cream mixture into the gallon-size bag. Make sure to seal it.
Move the bag back and forth until the ice cream has hardened. This takes about 10 minutes.
Take the smaller bag out & enjoy the ice cream with your favorite toppings.
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