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1 pkg large marshmallows ( 10 ounces/283 G) 2 cups half and half cream 2 Tbs pure vanilla extract 2 cups heavy cream I saw a marshmallow Ice cream recipe on the Net which intrigued me. It seemed so easy with available ingredients and no added sugar or eggs etc. I tweaked the recipe a bit and made a batch for my husbands birthday. I am going to make this again for the holidays. It was easy and delicious. It's flavor like a rich vanilla ice cream, not overly sweet and the texture was a bit softer than regular ice cream. In a heavy duty sauce pan or pot place the half and half and marshmallows and cook over medium heat, stirring often to fully melt marshmallows. When melted , remove pot from heat, cool briefly at room temperature and place pot in refrigerator to cool and thicken mixture ( perhaps 20 to 30 minutes or so - you don't want it over chilled just cold ). When marshmallow mixture is cool, stir it again, then whip the cream to almost soft peaks ( please, not stiff ! ) . Fold whipped cream into cooled marshmallow mixture and blend well with mixer on low speed or hand whisk. Immediately place mixture in your electric ice cream maker following manufacturers instructions for making ice cream.. Variations: when the mixture starts to thicken in the ice cream maker, one may add some well drained chopped maraschino cherries or I suppose whatever you like ( finely chopped nuts, mini chocolate chips etc ) Yield: 1 plus quart. Note: recipe may be doubled. Please don't use imitation vanilla extract ; just the real stuff.

Marshmallow Ice Cream


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(posted November 14, 2007)

1 pkg large marshmallows ( 10 ounces/283
G)
2 cups half and half
cream
2 Tbs pure
vanilla extract
2 cups
heavy cream

I saw a
marshmallow
Ice cream recipe on the Net which intrigued me. It seemed so easy with available ingredients and no added sugar or eggs etc.

I tweaked the recipe a bit and made a batch for my husbands birthday. I am going to make this again for the holidays. It was easy and delicious. It's flavor like a
rich vanilla
ice cream, not overly sweet and the texture was a bit softer than regular ice cream.

In a
heavy duty sauce pan or
pot place the half and half and marshmallows and cook over medium heat, stirring often to fully melt marshmallows. When melted , remove pot from heat, cool briefly at room temperature and place pot in refrigerator to cool and thicken mixture ( perhaps 20 to 30 minutes or so - you don't want it over chilled just cold ).

When
marshmallow mixture is cool, stir it again, then whip the cream to almost soft peaks ( please, not stiff ! ) . Fold whipped cream into cooled marshmallow mixture and blend well with mixer on low speed or hand whisk.

Immediately place mixture in your electric
ice cream maker following manufacturers instructions for making ice cream..

Variations: when the mixture starts to thicken in the
ice cream maker, one may add some well drained chopped maraschino cherries or I suppose whatever you like ( finely chopped nuts, mini chocolate chips etc )

Yield: 1 plus quart.

Note: recipe may be doubled. Please don't use imitation
vanilla extract ; just the real stuff.


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