Frozen Custard

Easy Frozen CustardYou are a few simple ingredients away from the richest, creamiest summer treat ever!  If you’ve never made frozen custard, there is definitely no time like the present!  Dust off your ice cream maker, or borrow your neighbors and get on it sister!!


Easy Frozen CustardHeavy Cream, Milk, Eggs, Sugar, cornstarch (not pictured),  and Vanilla, 6 simple ingredients = 1 heavenly dessert!


Let me show you how easy it is.

Easy Frozen CustardIn a medium sauce pan mix sugar and cornstarch together, whisk in milk and cream, add vanilla, then add in beaten eggs.  Let stand for 5 minutes.

Easy Frozen CustardTurn heat on low and whisk continually, gradually turn up heat to medium high, bringing to a low boil.  Continue to stir while cooking, about 5 minutes.


Frozen CustardUntil custard starts to thicken and covers the back of a wooden spoon.  Should be the consistency of a runny pudding or a thick gravy.


Frozen CustardPour into a 1.5 quart ice cream maker and churn for 20 minutes.  Eat immediately or store in an airtight container and store in your freezer.

VOILA!!! EUREKA!! This stuff is gold!

Easy Frozen CustardAt this point you could mix in any number of things, strawberries, blackberries, chocolate chips, toffee, swirls of caramel, but I say keep it as is, and let everyone add what they want.  This is why vanilla is the all time favorite flavor, because you can make it what you want!


Easy Frozen CustardThis is what I want!

Did you know that today Sunday (or Sundae) July 17 is National Ice Cream Day?!!  I usually don’t pay much attention to these sorts of “national” days, but hey its ice cream, who can ignore it?

I hope you are enjoying summer and of course getting your daily dose of ice cream♥!

XO, Sheila

Disclaimer:  I am proud to be an ambassador for the United Dairy Industry of Michigan.  Thank you for helping support Eat2gather by supporting your local dairy farmers!  



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