Ice Cream- Lactose Intolerance's Delight!

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 30 mins

My husband has been Lactose Intolerant for years and has relied on Frozen Yogurt as a substitute. Last Christmas I received an ice cream attachment for my stand mixer and was excited to try my hand at making Fro-Yo. To my dismay my Frozen Yogurt was always too tangy for our taste. Just yesterday, I came across canned evaporated Goat’s Milk at Walmart and tried this recipe out with RAVE reviews from my family. Goat’s milk is easy to digest and is a great substitute for Cow’s milk (surprisingly doesn’t have a “funky” taste like I assumed)! I hope you all enjoy it as much as we do!


  1. 1. Place 2 cans of Evaporated Goat's Milk in the fridge for 2 hours to chill.
  2. 2. In a large bowl, combine the ingredients and whisk together until the sugar dissolves.
  3. 3. Pour mixture into an ice cream machine and churn according to manufacture's instructions (approximately 25-30 min.).
  4. 4. Serve immediately or store in a air tight container in the freezer.
Most Helpful

I totally disagree with the previous review! Our family loved it! We added a little more sugar and used a devils food flavor pudding. It was great! The goat's milk has a distinct taste but if you use a strong flavored pudding mix like chocolate or coffee, it does the trick.

sikirie March 21, 2011

This was not delightful at all for us. Evaporated goat's milk tasted like a petting zoo smells. It's not sweet at all like evaporated cow's milk. The ice cream was like a chocolaty sweet petting zoo running freely over your taste-buds..

ravenmanor January 02, 2011