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Fresh ice cream: as simple as frozen fruit, cream and a Cuisinart
Skip the preservatives and make fresh ice cream with frozen bananas and a Cuisinart
It’s magical – the frozen fruit whirling around while you pour in the cream transforms instantly into ice cream.
You can scale it up or down with regards to richness: whole milk, half-and-half cream, or the whole hog with whipping cream. Whatever your choice, this is a slam-dunk dessert.
Note: Due to the lack of preservatives, this ice cream will not keep longer than four days.
Makes 500 ml (2 cups)
Recipes and excerpts from In a Pinch by Caren McSherry (Whitecap Books, 2011).
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