Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Ice Cream Like Dairy Queen's

This ice cream recipe will have you believing that you made a trip to Dairy Queen for a cone.  Get your ice cream freezer out of the garage or attic and give this one a try.  Summer is too short to not crank out some delicious  homemade ice cream!

Ice Cream Like Dairy Queen's

1 pint whipping cream (do not whip!)
1 small can Carnation Evaporated Milk
1 can Eagle brand condensed milk
1 qt. plus 1 C whole milk
1 C sugar
3 tsp vanilla

Mix well and pour into ice cream freezer's bucket, only fill to half-full mark.  Freeze.

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19 comments:

  1. Hi Marcia,
    We just love going to the Dairy Queen and having a great little cone. This is a great recipe to try. Hope you have a great week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  2. Marcia, I love DQ ice cream and I think I have all the ingredients to make this. YUM!!!!!

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  3. I'm your newest follower :)

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    1. Welcome aboard, Kitty. It's great to have you as my newest follower! If you look backwards in my archives, I think you'll find some of my family's recipes that you might enjoy. Have a good weekend :)

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  4. Oh goodness, this ice-cream recipe sounds wonderful, nothing more I love than home made ice-cream for sharing at tea parties as antree on a hot day! Thanks for this great looking recipe. Thank you for your visit, please come again, I certainly will! I will follow you now, hope you like to do the same.
    FABBY

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  5. Marcia, Thank you so very much for this recipe. I am making this tomorrow!YUMMY!
    Please share this at ON THE MENU MONDAY. Linky goes live Sunday evening at 8:00!
    This is a keeper!

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    1. Thanks Yvonne! Will do my best to remember to link it on Sunday evening. Let me know how you liked the ice cream....I like mine with blackberries on top; you can't get that at DQ!

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  6. Marcia can you tell me how much is a small can of evaporated milk?..as here we only have the regular size. Thank you.
    FABBY

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    1. The small can is 5 ounces. Good luck with the ice cream project. Thanks for reading my blog!

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  7. So, let me confirm: I do not churn this in the ice cream maker? I just pour it into the freezer part and freeze after stirring together?

    I'm glad you linked to Food on Fridays--this sounds like a fun idea for my kids, who are ice cream fiends!

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  8. Sorry, Ann, churning is always involved in making homemade ice cream :) Thanks for hosting every Friday; appreciate it!

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  9. I would love to find a good icecream recipe that didn't need churning.
    I found this on Stone Gable's On the Menu Monday. I have linked in a fried chicken dish that you don't want to look at if you are dieting! Have a nice week.

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  10. Thanks for that fried chicken recipe. That's one of my personal favorites.

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  11. This sounds so good, especially with the hot weather we have been having! Who wouldn't love to have some delicious, homemade ice cream? :-))) Thanks so much for linking up with "Try a New Recipe Tuesday!"

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  12. I will have to try this:) I owned a Dairy Queen for 20 years and I see one big problem with this recipe...Dairy Queen is 97% fat free! I bet yours is delicious though:) I sold my Dairy Queen 5 years ago and I so miss the soft serve. Years ago we did serve blackberry topping! (it was delicious)I always used to put it on banana splits instead of pineapple. Oh boy..now I'm craving it!

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    1. Dairy Queen vanilla with blackberry topping sounds like the ultimate dessert!!

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  13. This sounds delicious! My kids love their ice cream so I can't wait to make it at home :)

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  14. gonna have to try this for sure come see what we shared at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

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  15. I have high hopes for your Dairy Queen knock-off ice cream recipe. With that ingredient list it can't help but be good. YUM. Thanks!

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