Dawn NoltAuthorDawn NoltCategoryTags, , DifficultyIntermediateRating

Whether you have an old-fashioned hand crank freezer or a modern electric one, you can still enjoy the old-fashioned goodness of homemade ice cream.

Yields12 Servings

 5 Junket tablets
 ½ cup cold water
 5 Nature's Yoke eggs
 1 ¼ cups sugar
 1 ¼ cups brown sugar
 2 qts whole milk
 2 cups heavy whipping cream
 3 tbsp vanilla

1

Dissolve Junket tablets in water and set aside.

2

Beat eggs until lemon colored. In large saucepan, mix sugars, eggs, milk, cream and vanilla. Heat to lukewarm.

3

Remove mixture from heat and stir in water with dissolved tablets. Quickly pour into ice cream freezer can.

4

Refrigerate. When set, freeze in ice cream freezer according to directions.

Ingredients

 5 Junket tablets
 ½ cup cold water
 5 Nature's Yoke eggs
 1 ¼ cups sugar
 1 ¼ cups brown sugar
 2 qts whole milk
 2 cups heavy whipping cream
 3 tbsp vanilla

Directions

1

Dissolve Junket tablets in water and set aside.

2

Beat eggs until lemon colored. In large saucepan, mix sugars, eggs, milk, cream and vanilla. Heat to lukewarm.

3

Remove mixture from heat and stir in water with dissolved tablets. Quickly pour into ice cream freezer can.

4

Refrigerate. When set, freeze in ice cream freezer according to directions.

Homemade Ice Cream