Vanilla Ice Cream – No Ice Cream Maker

April 21, 2015 Ice CreamsSummer Special  21 comments

Making Ice Cream at home was a long time dream for me!! I tried this basic Vanilla Ice Cream and it was a super hit at home. This is a simple and creamy ice cream that can be made very easily without an ice cream maker and with just 3 ingredients. The best part is – its an eggless and no cook ice cream.. Is that easy and convincing enough to try at home??

Now to the recipe….

 

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[Preparation Time-15 mins : Freezing Time – 8 hours : Cooking Time- NIL]

Ingredients:

  • Cream (with a min fat content of 35%)- 2 cups
  • Condensed Milk – 1 can (400 gms)
  • Vanilla Essence – 1 tsp

 

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Method:

  • Take fresh cream in a bowl and beat it with an electrical beater. U will be able to see the cream thickening and increase in volume. Blend it for about 2-3 mins or until u reach soft peaks. Now to this add condensed milk.

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  • Add the vanilla essence and blend again for about 2-3 mins or until u reach stiff peaks. Make sure to scrape the edges while blending.

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  • Transfer this to a container. I used my cake tray and covered it with kitchen foil. Freeze it over night. It will be perfectly set the next day!!

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Creamy and yummy Vanilla Ice Cream is ready.

Scoop out and serve/enjoy!!

 

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Tips:

  1. After the vanilla ice cream is set, let it be outside in room temperature for 3-5 mins. Then scoop and serve.
  2. U can use a normal mixie/mixer to make this ice cream if u do not have an electric beater. The timings above may not suit though. It might only take a few seconds to get the right consistency. So be careful and do not over do, else u would end up making butter and not ice cream.
  3. This vanilla ice cream does not require to be blended in between freezing. No ice crystals will be formed in this method and it will be very creamy.

PS: After receiving a lot of clarifications regarding what cream I used, was it double, heavy, fresh etc…. To make it more clear, I have changed the ingredients from “Fresh Cream” to “Cream” (with a min fat content of 35%)

21 comments to Vanilla Ice Cream – No Ice Cream Maker

  • Sony's Kitchen  says:

    Looks fabulous……. Yummy & tempting too!

  • veena  says:

    Perfect! lovely texture! tempting too much

  • marudhuskitchen  says:

    Even I was searching for good ice cream recipe..urs look great and really awesome.

  • sona  says:

    Love the texture of the ice cream, so creamy and looks yummy.

  • Gloria  says:

    I feel like havin one huge scoop of this yummy icecream..looks so creamy

  • Rachna's Kitchen  says:

    Wow, it’s look so inviting and delicious!! Creamy !!

  • traditionallymodernfood  says:

    Looks perfect.. Ice creammmmm I want it

  • Suja  says:

    Very yummy and easy!!

  • padma  says:

    Very tempting and looks delicious:)

  • Maha  says:

    Tempting icecream.love d homemade version.

  • Anu-My Ginger Garlic Kitchen  says:

    Looks delicious! 🙂

  • Hema  says:

    It really looks so creamy and tempting..

  • Nalini Somayaji  says:

    delicious and simply superb Venila icecream…yum yum yummy…

  • sathya @mykitchenodyssey  says:

    yummy ice cream.So rich and so delicious.

  • Pragti Bhakoo  says:

    Madam you have not added sugar… So isn’t there any need of sugar?

    • Sundari Nathan  says:

      Condensed milk is already sweetened, so there is no need for extra sugar.

  • priya jain  says:

    This is yummilicious thanks for sharing this

  • priya jain  says:

    Thanks so much it is ymmilicious

  • Swati  says:

    Please tell the quantity of cream in ml

    • Sundari Nathan  says:

      1 cup is 240 ml.. Hope this helps!

      • Swati  says:

        Thank you

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