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I know, I know, two ice cream posts in a week? Have I not frozen my nuts and bolts off? No, because I have antifreeze! (Badum tish!)
While I am a little obsessed with ice cream now, and how fun/easy/addicting it is to create wild/crazy/addicting flavors, I normally wouldn’t post another ice cream recipe so soon. But I just had to post this one now, because it tastes amazing and perfectly summery and summer is almost over and could I live with myself if I knew that I deprived you humans of this perfect summerly treat? (I think Dr. Seuss said that.)
Yes, I could live with myself, but I would feel bad.
So here’s some pink lemonade ice cream. I love this recipe because you don’t have stand over the stove worrying about cooking the eggs and ending up with breakfast ice cream.
Actually… breakfast ice cream… hmm…
This recipe is very versatile because you can switch out the pink lemonade concentrate for any other frozen concentrate you may find at the store. I’ve already got requests for margarita ice cream and grape ice cream. I think it’s obvious to everyone here that I need more than one ice cream maker.
Donations will be accepted.
Pink Lemonade Ice Cream
from Cravings of a Lunatic
1 cup whole milk
1 cup sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
2 cups heavy cream
1/2 can frozen pink lemonade concentrate
1 – 2 drops red gel food coloring
1. In a large bowl, whisk together milk, sugar, and vanilla until sugar is dissolved.
2. Stir in heavy cream, pink lemonade concentrate, and food coloring until mixture is completely combined. Then stir a little longer just to make sure.
3. Transfer mixture to ice cream maker and freeze according to manufacturer’s instructions.
Sorry, my hand got in this photo!