Make Your Own Ice Cream Maker

Filed under: DIY — Savvy Housekeeper at 9:20 am on Tuesday, July 19, 2011

I was saying the other day that I thought having an ice cream maker was one of the best “extras” you can have in a kitchen. After all, nothing beats homemade ice cream. But if you don’t want to buy one, you can try to make your own ice cream maker like this guy did. And then make his awesome-looking Elderflower Ice Cream.

Or you can ditch the machine altogether and make ice cream by hand using basic kitchen implements and the freezer. The results look tasty:

Here’s another method to make ice cream without the machine using evaporated milk and ice cube trays. I’m not sure how it tastes, but it looks good:

Personally, if I didn’t want to spring for a new ice cream maker, I would skip all this and look around some thrift stores for a hand crank model. They show up more often than you would think.

Savvy Housekeeping Ice Cream Recipes Round-Up:

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