How To Make Ice Cream In A Blender: Easy Recipe
Have you ever had those midnight ice cream cravings in summer when the humidity is high and the movie is rolling? Your favorite ice cream may not be as accessible as you'd want it to be with bad timing. Don't worry; stay hopeful. We will teach you how to make ice cream in a blender so you can satisfy those cravings any time at home.
An Easy Recipe: Making Ice Cream In A Blender
Learning how to make ice cream in a blender is not as difficult as you might imagine. With this information handy, who knows how much ice cream you'll be creating!
Chocolate Blender Ice Cream
- Half a cup non-fat milk powder
- Half a cup cocoa powder
- One teaspoon vanilla
- Two-thirds sugar
- Half a cup of milk
- Half a cup heavy cream
- Ice cubes (at least 500g)
- Put all the ingredients in the blender.
- Blend using a low-speed option until you crush the ice.
- Blend using a high-speed option until you get the desired thickness.
- Serve immediately off the blender, or freeze it for one hour to achieve a more solid state.
- Enjoy your chocolate ice cream blender version!
It's easy to imagine all the fun you'll be having, making ice cream with a blender. You save the lengthy trips to the store and even come up with a taste that is truly yours to love with a few variations to the recipe.
Chocolate Banana Blender Ice Cream
For vegans, the enjoyment is the same dairy-free! These are the steps on how to make ice cream in a blender without dairy:
- Two frozen bananas, peeled and sliced
- Raw cacao powder: one and a half tablespoon
- One tablespoon of coconut palm syrup
- Three tablespoons of almond or any plant-based milk
- Combine all the ingredients in a blender.
- Pulse until you notice a smooth consistency.
- For thicker mixtures, add more almond milk until you get the desired thickness.
- Add your choice of sweetener and keep blending.
- Serve immediately and enjoy!
Now that you've got two ice cream blender recipes, all you need is some time to enjoy the process and some tips for all your blender ice cream in the future:
- Skim milk or fat-free milk may be too watery to make ice cream. If you choose this option, add the non-fat dairy powder to help with the thickness.
- Not all blenders are made the same. Make sure you check on your blend every 45 seconds to see if you already have the desired consistency.
- When freezing your ice cream, you can use a plastic container instead of glass and ceramic, which usually takes much longer.
Now that you know how to make ice cream in a blender, you won't need an ice cream maker to satisfy all of those cravings.