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OK...so you probably noticed Monday Machines as the title of the post and that's because I'm gonna show you my other newest appliance..you know the one that's earned a coveted spot on my counter top. Well for the time being anyway, I have a lovely new idea for organizing my prized appliances (remember I'm an appliance junkie) so it may not stay for long but rest assured out of site is not out of mind!
There she is...behold her beauty and splendor for she spews forth icy cold creamy goodness!!
Yes, she is my new ice cream maker. My old ice cream maker and I are were having some issues. You know it was so demanding..rock salt, ice, then there was the spilling of salty water all over the patio and then what do you do with that leftover salt water, the NOISE and quite honestly the concoctions it was turning out just weren't up to par any longer. Thus began my research of a newer and better model.
Enter my delightful Cuisinart ICE-30BC Pure Indulgence 2-Quart Automatic Frozen Yogurt, Sorbet, and Ice Cream Maker
No, she doesn't make the same quantity as the old one but that's ok because no one really likes leftover homemade ice cream anyway. It just gets too hard and grainy. We made frozen yogurt in this first. It was good but I was alone, the rest of the family isn't much on frozen yogurt. So let's make a family favorite...chocolate frosty ice cream. Try it and see why it's called that!!
First up...grab 1/2 gallon of chocolate milk, 1 tub of cool whip and 1 can of sweetened condensed milk.
Put those in a big bowl or mixer and get it all combined.
Then pour into your ice cream freezer bowl. The new freezer won't hold all the mixture so I just poured the rest back into the milk jug and stored in the refrigerator. We'll have ice cream again this week.
My new baby has a big bowl that you keep in your freezer (you know so it's always ready for that spur of the moment ice cream craving)
You fill the bowl then set it into the machine and put the blade in and the top on. Flip the machine to on and presto chango!!!!!
In about 20-25 minutes you get gorgeous creamy smooth ice cream. No mess no fuss just pure ice cream goodness!! I tell you...I just love this machine and I'm so glad I went ahead and made the plunge and bought it. My next purchase just might be the extra freezer bowl...you know that way I can make two batches quickly or make two different kinds back to back. Life is truly good even if there is too much drama for this mama!!!! Remember you can make this in a regular ice cream freezer too!!
Stay cool my peeps!!!
Peace, Love & Yummies!!!