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Very good. I don't think it's exactly the same as Dairy Queen, but it comes close. I had to halve the recipe for my ice cream maker, but stuck to all the ingredients and proportions. BTW, 1 envelope Knox gelatin equals 1 tablespoon unflavored gelatine. Thank you for this recipe.
I followed the recipe exactly. It turned out great! On day one, it was soft serve, and much like DQ ice cream, then overnight it hardened more like regular ice cream. It was excellent both ways! Nice an creamy with a good vanilla flavor. Really good... thanks!
So, I made the ice cream exactly as the recipe states. I didn't realise how much it makes! So naturally I tried it and it was DQ. Unfortunately I should not eat sugary foods. So I decided I would remake recipe (only half this time) with Splenda. That is pretty good too. I tried it fresh out of the ice cream maker and it had a bit if Splenda aftertaste, but once it froze the taste is barely noticeable.
Not an exact replica of DQ ice cream, but very tasty!
This ice cream is fantastic. I think it is a good clone of Mc Donald's soft serve also. I had never made ice cream using Knox gelatin. It worked out well. I cut the recipe in half and that fit perfectly in my Cuisinart Ice Cream maker.
Awesome. I have tried many recipes for homemade ice cream. This is easy and again Awesome, a must try.
Very easy to make, kids loved it, 5 thumbs up. I will be making this again Thanks for the recipe