…so abundant in the Osweiler house, the scene was ripe (hehe!) for creating a delicious and yet simple no-churn vanilla ice cream to accompany the fruit.
The task actually fell to my oldest daughter, Bre, who happens to be a connoisseur of vanilla ice cream in general. She also follows her Grandpa Raymond’s example and makes a kickin’ apple pie. Pretty impressive for a lass of merely eleven!
So simple, and yet authentically rich and creamy, there is no reason to not have the kids make their favorite home-made ice cream flavors.
Quite literally, this recipe is 4 ingredients:
No-Churn Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
1 14 ounce can sweetened condensed milk
2 cups heavy whipping cream
Seeds from 1 vanilla bean pod
3 tsp of vanilla extract
Combine the cream, seeds and extract; with an electric mixer, whip on high until stiff peaks form. Fold in sweetened condensed milk. Pour in a container and freeze for a minimum of four hours.
Viola! Serve with baked apples or baked pears…
Or, of course, just enjoy it all by its sweet, indulgent self.