Old Fashioned Country Vanilla Ice Cream is a classic homemade custard ice cream with a rich creamy vanilla taste.
When I wrote up the blog on Peach Cobbler I tried to link to the Country Vanilla Ice Cream recipe as a perfect "go with". One problem, it wasn't on the site. So I pulled out my original copy of the cookbook that became this site and typed it up.
I have a wonderful manual ice cream maker courtesy of my mother. She used it for years and as they downsized kitchens it moved to my house. It still works great so I can't really justify buying one that would go with my mixer even though I think it would be a fun gadget. Besides, my sous chef can work for his ice cream by turning the crank every two minutes.
Country Vanilla Ice Cream
- 4 large eggs
- 2 ¼ cups sugar
- 5 cups milk
- 4 cups heavy cream
- 4 ½ teaspoons vanilla
- ½ teaspoon salt
- Beat eggs until frothy. Gradually add sugar. Continue to beat until mixture is very stiff. Add remaining ingredients and mix thoroughly.
- Freeze in ice cream maker per manufacturers directions. Harden in freezer at least one hour before serving.
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Until next time, happy eating.
Vanilla is a favorite here at home. It goes with most everything! 😀
Thanks for linking up. 🙂
Well when I saw Peach Cobbler, I had to click over to see your recipe ~ i make it every Summer from a very old recipe and will be giving yours a try ~ so back to your Vanilla Ice Cream post 🙂 ~ Just last night, while watching TV, I got some ice cream and said ~ I used to think vanilla/chocolate ice cream was boring, now I just love it ~ I'm guessing my taste is changing as I get older LOL!!