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Love Ice Cream?Learn How to Make It

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Fancy some garlic ice cream.Ice cream a 2000 year old treat still enjoyed today. Super easy to make at home as well.

All about Ice cream and how to make it

Some believe that the first ice cream was made in China over 2000 years ago. It is said that Emperor Nero had his slaves bring him snow from the mountains, which he then flavored with fruits and juices. Other cultures have also been credited with early versions of this now classic treat including India, Persia, and Greece. The first recorded recipe for ice cream showed up in England in 1718.

Ice cream is a delicious treat that has been enjoyed by people all over the world for centuries. Whether you like your ice cream plain orwith lots of toppings, there's no doubt that it's a classic dessert that everyone loves. Over the years, ice cream has become a staple in popular culture. One of the most famous references to ice cream is in the movie “Rocky” when Rocky Balboa eats a giant bowl of it as part of his training regime.

In America, Thomas Jefferson is said to have been a fan of ice cream. He even had a special recipe for vanilla ice cream that he would serve at dinner parties.

Today, there are all sorts of strange and wonderful flavors of ice cream to choose from. Some of the more unusual include wasabi, avocado, and even squid ink. Of course, there are always classic favorites like chocolate and strawberry that remain popular year after year.

If you’re feeling adventurous and want to try making your own ice cream, here is a recipe to get you started:


- One quart of heavy whipping cream

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- One cup of whole milk

- One cup of granulated sugar

- One teaspoon of vanilla extract


- In a large bowl, whip the cream until it forms stiff peaks.

- In another bowl, whisk together the milk, sugar, and vanilla extract.

- Gently fold the milk mixture into the whipped cream.

- Pour the mixture into an ice cream maker and freeze according to manufacturer’s instructions.

- Enjoy!

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