I recently switched 1 gallon of our milk share to a cream share. This means we are getting 1 gallon of raw milk and 1 quart of raw cream each week for $86/month. We aren’t going through the cream as fast as I thought, mostly because I’m a tad lazy and haven’t been making butter or ice cream like I should be. 🙂
Well, I finally got on the ball and made ice cream and it is DELISH. Our cream was slightly cultured in the fridge, so it’s tangy like a hard scoop yogurt which adds all kinds of happy nutrition to the treat. We made 2.5 quarts with this recipe:
2 quarts raw cream (cultured or not)
1.5 cups organic cane sugar or maple syrup (this is sweeter than I’d prefer because hubs has a sweet tooth)
1/2 cup organic cacao powder
2 Tbs vanilla
any special add ins you’d like (hubby adding toffee)
I simply mixed up the ingredients in a glass bowl and then poured into the ice cream maker. Added salt and ice and processed until machine turned off. We then poured it into a large glass bowl, it resembled a soft serve or mouse at this point and then we froze it over night.