NO Churn Homemade Ice Cream

NO Churn Homemade Ice Cream

Best Homemade Ice Cream!!! No Churning needed!

Have you ever wanted to make your own ice cream? You will love this easy recipe. You only need 3 ingredients for the best vanilla ice cream ever! Your kids will love making their own ice cream and choosing their own flavor ingredients. 

The best part about this recipe is it’s a single serving and can be whipped up in minutes and ready to eat in as little as 3 hours. 

Having a birthday party/sleepover? Make it an ice cream party and let all the kids create their own flavors. Don’t forget to set up a topping bar for when their ice cream is ready to eat. 

Keep reading below to find out how to make...we give you two options of how to make it. Parents, you will most likely prefer the mixing bowl. But the kids will like to shake shake shake theirs up in mason jars.

What you will need....

1/2 cup heavy whipping cream
1 tsp of vanilla
2 tbsp granulated sugar


1. Mix up in bowl until it doubles in size and gets to a thicker consistency. Put in freezer safe container and feeze for 3 hours or until firm.

* Or you can...
(fun for kids to make their own)

2. Combine all ingredients into a mason jar. Shake until it doubles in size and gets to a thicker consistency. This can be from 5-10 minutes. Freeze for 3 hours or until firm.

(If having a party, be sure to mark the tops of your mason jars with each kiddos name)

Top with your favorite ice cream toppings.

More flavors...

You can also mix in your favorite flavors for different ice creams flavors.

• fresh strawberries mashed or any other fresh fruit
• cocoa powder
• mashed banana
• cookie dough
• candies

unlimited possibilities - mmmm

Recipe is for 1 serving. Can be doubled, tripled or more for more ice cream yumminess!!!

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Pumpkins and Ghosts - Window Painting

Do you have a window that needs some fun paintings for Halloween? We painted our window and wanted to share it with you.
Our back door has a plain glass window that I knew this project was perfect for. We use this door all the time and thought it would be fun to see something festive as we walked in the house.
What you will need....
  • Paint Pen - Black (Black paint works too. I just didn't have any at the time)
  • Orange, Green and White paint
  • Round Sponge Brush
  • Favorite Halloween Coloring Page or any black and white image you like.
I am not the greatest at freehand. So here is what I did.....

I found a larger pumpkin, lil pumpkin and a cute ghost online that was perfect. I printed the larger pumpkin in 3 different sizes and the ghost and lil pumpkin in one size.

To get started, I cut out each of the pumpkins and the ghost and taped them together on the door where I wanted them to go. (Tip...I taped it on the outside of the window. I would be painting from the inside.)

Start by tracing with your black paint/pen on the inside of the window. This was tricky for me because our window is double paned and I have to admit I got a little dizzy. LOL First I traced a quick thin line and when I was done, I went over it again using the thicker end of the pen. My lines are a little silly because of the dizziness. Hee Hee. But this was my first time. I am sure I'll get better. I am happy with it and it  turned out cute. Oh and I only needed one coat with the pen. With paint you will want to do a few layers and let dry in between.

Since I used the pen, and it dried quickly, I was able to paint the orange right away. So I grabbed a paper plate, squeezed some orange paint on there and used a round sponge to dap it on. I liked the look of the sponge too. Again only one layer was all it took for this step.

Finally, I added in the white on the ghost and the green stem for the little pumpkin at the bottom. Aside from the squiggly line on the pumpkins, I am pleased with how this turned out. Next time I will use black paint. But for now, I will just say that they are spooky pumpkins because of the ghost and that's why the pumpkins have a wiggle in them. Ha! Ha!

I think using the printed pages helped me with my tracing. Let me know what works for you.

What have you painted on your windows?

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