Vanilla Ice Cream with Ready made Ice Cream Powder is an interesting recipe to try. After having always made the Ice cream base myself when I saw these ready to make Ice cream mixture I was very tempted to try one during this week. I know I made a mistake with my freezer not working to its full capacity and with so many ice cream flavors coming out, it’s been so hard. I am hoping we would complete all the flavors by the time I make the next one.
When I started to make out the Vanilla Ice cream, the recipe called for 2 liters of milk. I simply went ahead with a liter and somehow sort of followed with the rest in the typical eyeball fashion. The day I follow a recipe to the T, would surely be a special day. Well coming back to my experience of making ice cream from the ready made pack, the moment the mix was boiled, it simply looked like a custard base. I was so disappointed and upset! I concluded that I was taken for a royal ride.
A day later, thankfully, I need not resort to any of those tactics. When I took it out the ice cream bowl, it was thick and creamy. All I had to do was whip it again and put it back. I had given both Vanilla and chocolate that I made with this to Konda and she said wow it tastes like the shop one. I asked if the other flavors that she had been enjoying all these days, she very diplomatically said all those tasted great as well, however, this tastes like a shop one. Kids know how to talk!
Vanilla Icecream With Ready made Ice Cream Powder
100 ml Vanilla Ice Cream Ready made Powder
1 liter Milk
50 gms Butter Unsalted
How to make Vanilla Ice cream
In a bowl, empty the vanilla ice cream powder, add sugar, 50 gms butter, boiled milk. Cook over medium flame, till the liquid, thickens.
When the consistency becomes thick, switch and allow to cool.
Freeze and let it set until firm. Remove and beat again.
Freeze again till it sets.
Once set, serve with chocolate ganache and chocolate chip!
After 6 hrs of setting or immediately after being cooked, this will look more like a custard, you should freeze it further for it to set.
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