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Total Time
24hrs 15mins
Prep 24 hrs
Cook 15 mins

Taken from Favourite Recipes From Old Prince Edward Island Kitchens; the amount of vanilla in the recipe was not specified so I'm guessing one teaspoon.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Add milk, sugar and vanilla to beaten eggs.
  2. Cook the mixture in a double boiler until the custard thickens.
  3. Let custard cool, then pour it into an ice cream freezer and freeze it.
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4 5

This does make a nice dessert. It hardened very hard, though, and tended to be crunchy. I couldn't seem to be able to soften it to a creamy texture. It just melted. That said, it tastes very good, and I'm sure is a lot better for the health than the great majority of frozen desserts. Other than adding the vanilla after the mixture had cooled, and straining everything before chilling, I followed the recipe exactly. Thank you for posting it.

5 5

Delicious and healthy ice cream! I made this for my ds when he had his wisdom teeth out as something wholesome for him to have. It was a treat for him and also for everyone else. The only change I made was using a split vanilla bean instead of vanilla extract. Delicious! Thanks for sharing this keeper! We will be having this a lot this summer!

2 5

I didn't particularly care for this. It tasted very eggy. I used Egg Beaters and skim milk, it might come out better if you use whole milk and real eggs. However, I would highly recommend trying Best Ever Low Fat Custard Ice Cream, Best Ever Lowfat Custard Ice Cream.