Hi folks. So here it is. The long-awaited and promised ice cream sunday post. So I thought long and hard about what kind of ice cream I should make for the final posts in this series. I mean I really put so much effort, time and work into coming up with just the right ingredient. I wanted it to be so special so I had to pull out all the stops and really think this through. Okay, seriously? You aren't really buying this are ya? Truth be told I went to a movie with mini-me on Sunday and we went to the bookstore after the movie and I saw these things and just had to buy them. Then I got home and realized it was Sunday and having been on a road trip this weekend I hadn't thought about or prepped anything for Ice Cream Sundays. So I grabbed what was handy and made this. And if truth REALLY be told, I so did not make this on Sunday. I thought about making it on Sunday, I wanted to make it on Sunday, I hoped to make it on Sunday. But I didn't make it on Sunday. So there you have it. My dirty little secret. Sometimes I get behind, sometimes I am not a uber housewife and cook. Sometimes I just plan suck and I just really don't care that much that I suck. I should care that I suck, I want to care that I suck, but truth be told I just couldn't care less about the sucking. Sometimes hanging with the famdamnily is just more important. Sometimes sitting watching Heartland with mini-me is more important than ice cream. Sometimes I even blow off doing things I should and watch the real housewives of anywhere. So there it is, I am human. I get lazy, crazy and just plain suckazy some days. That's a word right?!
I'm Sorry You Broke Your Jaw On It Ice Cream:
1 cup whole milk
¾ cup sugar
Pinch vanilla salt
2 cups heavy cream
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
1 cup mini jawbreakers
In a bowl with hand mixer or in a stand mixer, combine whole milk, sugar and vanilla salt. Mix until sugar dissolves.
Stir in heavy cream and vanilla extract and mix again for a few minutes.
Cover bowl and stick in the fridge for 1 to 2 hours.
Remove from fridge and transfer liquid to FROZEN ice cream maker freezer bowl.
Set freezer bowl in to the ice cream maker and turn on for about 10 to 15 minutes.
During the last 1 to 2 minutes add in your mini jawbreakers. Do not over mix.
Serve immediately or stick in freezer until ready to serve. If freezing be sure to take it out about 10 minutes before serving.
*source for vanilla ice cream was the Cuisinart recipe booklet*
Okay folks, that wraps this edition up. Hope you enjoyed it. Have a great rest of your week and remember to eat lots and lots of ice cream before it gets too cold.
Toodles and smoochies.xx
Recipe shared at These Chicks Cooked!
Hi Kim! Such a pretty colorful ice-cream! Your pup sounds a lot like mine! ...adorable and crazy, but so much fun and so cute you could just hug them all day (except they won't stay still).
I hope you catch up on (first) your sleep (second) your ME time and (third) your blogging. Don't over do.....
~thinking of you!
Oh my !!!!!!! It look absolutely delicious 😀 I still have some few more weeks to make some
ice cream here hahaha
Ice cream season is arriving here:) Not that we don't eat any but just not that often:)Jawbreakers..never heard off sounds realy funny.They look so pretty and sure my teeth can handle it;)
Finally vanilla ice cream!!! But seriously, if I gave that to my kids, they'd be running around like your dog!!! Artificial colours do not agree with them. But it really is a beautiful looking dessert. I shall be content to just admire it... how about some choc ice cream?!
all the ice cream you made,are looks great,very colourful 🙂
Another great ice cream! i had no idea they made mini jawbreakers! What a great idea to put them in ice cream.
Stephanie @ Eat. Drink. Love.
Ha! I like the name of this ice cream! It sounds pretty good and I don't think it's ever too cold for ice cream!!
Ok, you are really cracking me up tonight! Your dog stories are hysterical...yeah, Lambeau has had her day, too (when she ate the remote control and we were stuck with Picture in Picture on our TV for the months the remote was back ordered). A weed pulling dog? I'll hire your cutie 🙂
This ice cream looks fabulous dotted with vibrant colors. Now you go put your feet up...you deserve it.
Great post. A weed pulling dog... I have some weeds... I'll hire your dog. All your ice cream looks great... love it. Take care.
I don't know what I like more, the name of the ice cream or the ice cream recipe itself.
"Sorry You Broke Your Jaw On It"--Ice cream for your enemy. Seriously though, a very colorful ice cream! 🙂