We got this recipe from our local childrens museum and it's so much fun and even the littlest hands can help.
- Pour the milk, sugar and vanilla into the smaller, quart sized bag.
- Fill the larger, gallon sized bag 3/4 full of ice, then add the salt to the ice.
- Place the smaller bag inside the larger bag and close the seal. make sure you close them both tightly!
- Now shake the bag good and hard for 5 minutes.
- Rinse the small bag off with cold water before opening to keep the salt water from getting into your ice cream.
As ice cream, could be sweeter and creamier. As a project for kids, a plain fun thing to do! Great daddy-daughter project! The ice cream set up nicely in five minutes of throwing it around and stayed frozen long enough to eat, with a flavor somewhat like "ice milk." Made for Pick A Chef Spring 2008.