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    Smile Homemade Chocolate Icecream

    1 1/2 cups sugar
    2 eggs
    4 tablespoons cocoa
    4 cups milk
    1- large evaperated milk
    in a skillet put 1 1/2 c. sugar 4 Tsp. of cocoa evaperated milk1.cup milk and 2 whipped eggs . Cook on low heat ,stirring often until it comes to a boil. Take off of heat. Put in cold water until cold. Add remaining milk. Put in a bowl cover with a lid . Put in refrigerator freezer and freezer. Its pretty good stuff . My grandkids love it.

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    Do you just put it right in the freezer, you don't have to spin it around in the ice cream maker?

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    "Put in cold water until cold".....is that just put the pot in a sink of cold water to cool the contents?

    Also, what size can evaporated milk? You just say 'large' but I'm in Canada so would need a more precise measurement.

    Am very interested in this recipe if it doesn't need an ice cream maker, as seems to be the case. Does it stay soft enough to scoop? Does it store well, or does it need to be used fairly soon?

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    I think I am going to try this recipe when the boys run out of icecream that is already in the freezer. I already have all the ingredients on hand, so I won't have to run to town to pick up anything. Thanks for the recipe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebbie View Post
    Also, what size can evaporated milk? You just say 'large' but I'm in Canada so would need a more precise measurement.

    Good point.
    I have one in the cupboard so I checked the size, it's 370ml which (according to my little converter) is equal to 12.5 fluid oz. Maybe if someone in the States has a can on hand you could let us know if it is the same.

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    Thanks for a recipe! I'm glad to have a homemade ice cream recipe that doesn't for an ice maker. My kids will love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monkeywrangler71 View Post
    Good point.
    I have one in the cupboard so I checked the size, it's 370ml which (according to my little converter) is equal to 12.5 fluid oz. Maybe if someone in the States has a can on hand you could let us know if it is the same.
    Thanks Shelly for this recipe - I'm also glad to have one to try that doesn't require an ice cream maker!

    As far as the canned milk size - Here is what I have in my pantry:

    Small can: 5 oz./147 mL
    Large can: 12 oz./354 mL

    Hope that helps!

    Blessings,

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    Im sorry about not making the instructions clear . You use a 12 oz can of evaperated milk. After you take it off the stove put it in a sink of cold water until cool. I also left out one thing ,you need to add 1 teaspoon of vanilla . Everybody have a great day

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    Can't wait to try this. Will make as soon as I get some room in the freezer.

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    All I could think about lately was making ice cream. So I made some today. I added instant coffee and cinnamon. Can't wait for it to set up. Best part was had all the ingredients on hand.

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    I just made this recipe. After cooling in a sink full of cold water, it is now in the freezer. I hope it freezes by dinner time. It is going to be our dessert. I sure hope the boys like it!

    By the way, it wasn't that hard to make and I had all the ingredients already on hand.

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    YA! Love this recipe.

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    I have been looking for a good recipe that didn't require an ice cream maker! I'm so excited that you posted this, I think we might try it!

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    Thank you!!!

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    Oh this sounds yummy!! Definitely have to try this when I finally decide on which ice cream maker to get. Do you have any suggestions?

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