No Mess Homemade Ice Cream

Well hello there everyone! I'm popping back into the Blogosphere to shave a heavenly recipe with you all that I made over the weekend.

I've been wanting to make some homemade ice cream for quite a while now. Minus I didn't want to shake things around for two hours with rock salt. And I also didn't want to have to use a machine to make it sense, well, I don't own a machine to make it. 

So what exactly is a girl to do? 

She consults Pinterest, of course, and searches for ways to make homemade ice cream without an ice cream machine. Ten minutes later I was on my way to the store to buy the two ingredients (seriously that's basically all you need) to get this ice cream party started. 

What you're going to need to make the heaven:

  1. Two cups of heavy whipping cream
  2. One cup of sweetened condensed milk
  3. One teaspoon of vanilla
  4. Half cup of crushed peanuts
  5. A couple squirts of caramel sauce
  6. As many pieces of chopped up Snickers as your little heart desires

How to actually make the heaven:

  1. Pour the whipping cream into your stand mixer bowl.
  2. Whip things into shape for about five minutes until you develop some stiff peaks.
  3. Pour the condensed milk, vanilla, and toppings into a separate bowl.
  4. Fold the whipped cream into that mixture until everything is all uniformly spread around.
  5. Put the concoction in a tupperware container.
  6. Put the container in the freezer to chill (literally) for six hours.
  7. Go run a few miles while you wait so you don't feel guilty about what you're about to do.
  8. After the time's up, devour the whole damn thing.

And then once you're done and your hands are stickier than a piece of gum stuck to a shoe on a 98 degree (oh hey Nick Lachey) day, grab a Wet-Nap to clean yourself up, because that's exactly what I did. They're softer and stronger than ever, they moisturize with aloe, and on top of that they don't smell like a bottle of straight alcohol, yet they still sanitize perfectly. Wet-Nap makes it so easy to clean up while on the go or while outside and away from a sink like I was when making melty ice cream cones. There's nothing worse than sticky, gunky hands! That's why I shop at Walmart and stock up on wipes so that I can always keep a couple packs with me in my purse or in my car for emergencies! Plus Wet-Nap also makes options for cleaning up without sanitizing so they're safe to use on your face or other body parts. Nothing like a quick and easy shower without the shower, right?

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