Homemade ice cream

Great dairy and parve alternatives to the store-bought favorite summer dessert.

August 15, 2013 14:40
Ice cream

Ice cream. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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For many of us, ice cream is the favorite summer dessert. The premium brands, however, can be pricey. Homemade ice cream needs only a few ingredients and can be even more delicious.

Classic European ice creams, such as Italian gelato and French glace, are made from the same basic mixture – a cooked sweet custard of milk, cream, or a mixture of both, thickened with egg yolks. Making the custard requires a little practice, but once you learn how to do it, it’s quite easy and does not take long to prepare.


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