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Tips On How to Make Homemade Ice Cream

 

Sure, you can buy a gallon of ice cream at the grocery store but what's so fun in that? You can make your own ice cream with just a few basic ingredients, a few ice cubes, salt, and a plastic bag. 

It's a great dessert at any party you're throwing as a family reunion, baby shower, or bridal shower. It's also a great activity for kids. You can also browse this site if you want to order an ice cream mix online to make homemade ice cream.

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Here's how to make homemade ice cream:

First, mix all the ingredients well in a large bowl. Then pour the mixed ingredients into a quarter-sized plastic bag. Remove most of the air from the bag and seal it tightly. It is important to make sure that the seal is completely intact or you're going to have a mess on your hands.

Now put the first plastic bag into the second quarter-sized bag. Blow the air out again and close tight. The second bag isn't really necessary but serves as additional insurance if the first bag breaks.

Now the fun begins. Start gently stirring the bag and shaking it for 15 to 20 minutes. When you do this, be careful not to get too aggressive and create chaos on top. Mix the contents of the inner bag well. 

After about ten minutes you will notice that the contents of the first sachet are starting to solidify. At this point, open the outer bag and pour in melted water. Add more ice and salt and keep stirring and beating.

Your hands get cold if you continue to hold the bag during the stirring process. After 15 or 20 minutes, or when the mixture gets thick enough to your liking, you'll be ready. Serve your guests homemade ice cream.

It is a unique, fun, and edible addition to any party and goes well with any themed party, especially bridal parties. Friends, relatives, and guests work together to create delicious desserts that everyone can enjoy.