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I’ll be looking for these suggestions too - my husbands boss gave him a gift certificate for Christmas & he ordered an ice cream maker with it.
Personally, I don’t think you can go wrong with the classics -especially when you’re just starting out! Like making the very best chocolate ice cream - just the right balance of bitter chocolate to sweet. Then build on perfect chocolate. Pecan Turtle Fudge? Perfect vanilla. Tin Roof Sundae? Perfect coffee ice cream. Jamoca Almond Fudge?
Have you ever tried Green Tea ice cream? I was surprised how much I liked it.
Ooooo, Thai Iced Coffee ice cream!
You get the idea. Have fun experimenting!
My dear husband inadvertently bought heavy cream recently (it was the same colour container as 2% milk)
Best way to use it was to make ice cream. Vanilla Cardamom. Ooh, that was sinfully good.
I was at a Las Vegas hotel buffet, and they had lots of flavors of homemade ice cream. My favorite was jasmine green tea.
This is the recipe I've been using as a base...
Apologies if this is not wanted but just thought that as St. Patrick's Day is coming up, for any of those who celebrate it, you may be interested.
Oooo, I could see this made with mint ice cream instead of the pudding. But it’s the shamrock candy that really makes it. I’ve never seen anything like them.
That's a great suggestion - mint icecream with some chocolate chips would be fab.
You know what those shamrocks look like? I remember when I was a kid cake decorations/candle holders would come on a cardboard sheet and the sheet had to be soaked with water for the sugar decorations to drop off. That's what those shamrocks look like.