Eggless homemade ice-cream (no ice-cream maker require)

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Craving some homemade ice cream at this very instant? The below no cook ice cream recipe is the perfect solution. It is easy, require less than 5 ingredients, all you really need is an electric mixer and a freezer! The basic vanilla ice cream only require 3 ingredients  (we were just not satisfy with ordinary and added crumble walnuts), after the first attempt we have altered the recipe to include green tea matcha powder, although the result was little but icy but the flavour was awesome, just like those in a Japanese restaurant. Recipe adapted from Chocolate Suze.

Ingredients: (Vanilla and crumble walnuts)

600ml of thickened cream     
300ml can of condensed milk  
1/2 cup “Lucky” brand crumble walnuts     
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
 
 

Directions:

1) Beat the cream until soft peak form, turn the speed on approx low to medium and beat for about 10 mins, do not over beat or it will turn into whipped cream. The texture should be something like a chocolate fondant mixture.

2) Slowly stir in the condensed milk and vanilla extract with a spoon, mix until they are just combined. 

3) Add in the crumble walnuts and mix until evenly spread everywhere.

4) Pour mixture into an ice cream container and freeze for 12 hours.

Ingredients: (Green Tea)

600ml of thickened cream     
300ml can of condensed milk  
   
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
3 teaspoon of matcha powder (green tea powder)  

 

Directions:

1) Take about 3 tablespoons of thicken cream and put in a separate bowl, heat in a microwave for about 30 sec until it is hot enough to melt the matcha powder, add the matcha powder in and mix until it melts in.

2) Beat the rest of the cream until soft peak form, turn the speed on approx low to medium and beat for about 10 mins, do not over beat or it will turn into whipped cream. The texture should be something like a chocolate fondant mixture.

3) Add the 3 tablespoons matcha powder mixture into the already mixed cream mixture and further beat for 20 seconds or so. Slowly stir in the condensed milk and vanilla extract with a spoon, mix until they are just combined.

4) Pour mixture into an ice cream container and freeze for 12 hours.

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Turn on the mixer and beat like crazy

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don’t attempt to try this by bare hand because it takes forever

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Stir in condensed milk and mix well with a wooden spoon

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Woohoo !

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Woohoo x 2 ~

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