Desserts Book I found over the summer. I found this book at a non-profit Resource Center for Teachers and Daycare Providers that has pretty much everything at a SUPER low discounted price. While I was shopping there one day, someone over the intercom announced a Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream recipe book for .50 cents. Well psh,...guess who turned her shopping cart around and headed to the book shelves. YO!!
2 large eggs
3/4 cup sugar
2 cups heavy or whipping cream
1 cup milk (forgot to put it in the picture)
You will also need an ice cream maker machine for this recipe and should already have it frozen in the freezer.
Slowly add the sugar while whisking until it is completely blended into the eggs.
Good right?! Now that you've tasted a piece of Heaven, you may continue. Pour about 1 cup of the base into another bowl or into the same container that you will be using to freeze your ice cream and set it aside. The 8 cup rectangluar Glad plastic containers are the perfect size.
1 cup pumpkin
1 tsp pumpkin pie spice
1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
Take note that I say ASSEMBLED ice cream maker. A long time ago I lost our instruction manual. Boy was I wishing I had it this time around because I didn't know I was supposed to have the paddle and lid on before pouring the liquid into the ice cream maker. It was a little difficult for the paddle to stay put in its grove inside the bowl because as soon as I poured the ice cream inside, it immediately started to freeze it. Needless to say, it took a few spins and jiggles to get it to finally spin right.
So, before you pour the ice cream in, have the paddle and cover on first! Turn it on, then pour in the ice cream liquid.
Now I know.
The best part is TASTE TESTING!!
I'm bringing this to the dessert table for thanksgiving for sure.