My mother used to make this. I wouldn't compare it to ice cream but rather call it a frozen dairy dessert. I added some pureed fresh peaches that were getting a bit soft, and a little cinnamon. Delicious and light, since this is mostly air. Air doesn't have any calories either!
Whenever I have a can of milk that is needed to be used up by expiry date, I make half of recipe in my icecream maker. It is not a super hard icecream but it is tasty and easy and delicious when topped with a sauce and nuts. Thank you...it is also an economical recipe as cream is getting very costly. Thank you for submitting this classic.
This recipe is both delicious and easy to make i also added a little more gelatine and half a cup of baily's irish cream yum
hi it has ben some years that i did not look for this recipe~!! my ..this is so great..this website is incrediable!! Thank you for sharing this very good and old recipe!!
This was a beautiful creamy icecream! I halved the recipe and used light evaporated milk. Next time I might rry using splenda to cut down on calories again. A definate keeper!
Finally, I've found it!! I have been hunting for this recipe for so long. Thanks for posting, I will now go and make copious quantities of it. Yummy!!!
I have been looking for this recipe for ages. My mum used to make it when I was a kid back in the fifties and it is sensational ice cream. I tried a variation with 1 can of Lite Carnation milk and 1 can of creamy carnation milk (both evaporated of course) and it tastes just as good. Regards, Peter O'Neill SYDNEY, AUST.
Very disappointing. I don't know what I was expecting, but the result was cloyingly sweet and tasted strongly of the can. I think I'll stick to the recipe that calls for real cream.
So yummy! I used fat free evap milk and Splenda and it turned out wonderfully! Husband even liked it!