It all started when I rushed through a local box store to pick up cat litter. Seriously.
I decided to by-pass the crowd inching their way down the center (why do they always do that when you’re in a hurry?), and cut through an aisle instead. And that’s when I laid eyes on it: an ice cream maker, a stainless steel wonder with an ice-cold promise of relief from the stifling heat outside.
I figured it might be worth trying. After all, what’s summer without ice cream? Hubby and nieces love ice cream. They eat gallons of it. With our own little machine, the homemade version wouldn’t have all the extra preservatives and unpronounceable stuff in it, right? And besides, I could probably find a Paleo version somewhere, so I could have some, too! I hadn’t had one taste – none, nada, nothing-o – of the stuff for almost two years now. Didn’t I deserve some? (How’s that for justification? 🙂 )
And so it began.
I bought the sucker and proudly brought it home. Then there was the search for the perfect Paleo ice cream. It didn’t take long since a fellow blogger posted a blueberry ice cream recipe not that long ago. (Thank you Cavewoman Cafe!) The maiden voyage into ice cream making was on!
I must admit, it was way more complicated than opening a tub of ice cream, but it was really, really, REALLY good! And I didn’t crash from it, either – BONUS!
What’s your favorite ice cream? Have you tried making it instead? What’d you think? Good? Bad? Worth the trouble?
9 thoughts on “We All Scream for Ice Cream!”
It’s been a while since I made ice cream. When the kids were small and we had a milk cow, we made it often. Now since my hubby isn’t an ice cream eater and I don’t need it, I buy my ice cream at DQ. 😉 What you made looks yummy! enjoy the ice cream maker!
Wow! That looks delicious.
that’s weird… got a mssg saying my comment couldn’t be posted. trying again.
Warning: ice cream makers are a slippery slope. Asked my hubby to park ours in freezer after July 4th party. Caloric possibilities too great. I have donut maker that could go to good home 🙂
The ice cream was delicious! I’ve made it a couple of times, then nieces decided to try other flavors. Tonight, Niece 2 made a coffee based ice cream that tasted really yummy – not Paleo because of the milk, but made with honey instead of sugar, so not completely awful. 🙂
Believe me, we’re enjoying the ice cream maker immensely!
Hugs and happy writing,
It was, Jessie, it was! Turns out perfect every time. I’m thinking about substituting other berries for the blueberry. . .. Not sure I’m brave enough yet. 🙂
Pffft! Technology. Who says it’s perfect? 😉
Heh, heh. Yep. I know all about the slippery slope thing. Believe me. I’m already contemplating my next cleanse – I think the withdrawals are going to be nasty! So, ummmm. . . about that donut maker? No thanks! (Just in case you were hinting! 🙂 )
Hugs and happy writing,
I love the idea of an ice cream maker, but know my limitations. I have no resistance
🙂 Your ice cream looks delish. Is it possible to gain weight just by looking at the picture?
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