Celebration with 3 ingredient Ice Cream "Corner View"

If you have followed my blog for any length of time than you know each Wednesdays I participate in a blog post share called Corner View.  The writers are from all over the world.  I have been doing this for at least 7 years.  While our group has become smaller over the years, I feel like we have become family.  I have seen many birthdays come and go, babies born, children's first day of school, travels all over the globe, some have returned to the work force, and so on!  It has been a wonderful journey. The group was originally started by Jane in Spain, but now Francesca has taken over.  She lives in Italy.  Today is her 50th birthday!  So here is a big hip hip hooray!  Wishing you many years of happiness to come with good health on your side.  Hope you had a wonderful birthday.  If I didn't live so far away I would make this ice cream for you Francesca, but I do so here is virtual ice cream for you.  Happy Birthday Francesca!

Step One:  Cup up two cups of strawberry or any type of soft flesh fruit that can be mashed with a fork.

Step two.  Mash fruit add the 14 ounce of condensed sweetened milk and had 2 cups of whipping cream.

Step three.  Gently blend all the ingredient together and transfer to a baking dish.  Place in the refrigerator and freeze.  Depending how cold your freezer is will determine how long it will take.  All three steps just take minutes to make, so I suggest you do this in the morning if you are planning to serve later that day.

Super simple, taste is amazing.  and no ice cream maker needed.  Don't need to worry about freezing the insert for the ice cream machine.  I never think to have the insert in the fridge, so if I want to use it then it takes some planning involved.  This recipe allows you to make it a few hours before serving. It taste just like ice cream out of the grocery store.  Honest!  You can also dress up the ice cream by adding dark chocolate chunks, nuts, or even eggless cookie dough or mashed up Oreos.  


Susi-Art said…
easy making ice cream, i guess you can use any fruit with this condensed sweetened milk! i will tell my daughter, she loves making those kind of things!
happy ice cream day!
Francesca said…
A warm thank you Kelleyn for the birthday wishes and the ice cream :)
Swan Li said…
Wonderful celebration! Have a sweet day!
Kari said…
is it really that easy....I'm sharing this with my daughters. And homemade - even better!

And you are so right our CV community has gotten smaller but we have become family!
Heather said…
I'll try it with almond milk and let you know how it turns out... o maybe I shouldn't as if it is good, I see the need for larger pants in the future!
Molly said…
Now that sounds like ice-cream making I could get on board with

bettyl-NZ said…
Now that's my kind of easy. I will definitely try it!
Buckeroomama said…
Wow, I always thought I needed an ice cream maker to make homemade ice cream! Thanks for sharing this. Will definitely try! :)
what a terrific idea, kelleyn, and an easy recipe to go with it! i've pinned it and if i come round to trying this, you'll be the first to know!
i agree with your thoughts on corner view, modern day version of pen palls... hooray us! n♥
Anonymous said…
Looks so good Kelleyn. Thanks for sharing :)
Menthe Blanche said…
What a nice idea!
I have never made ice, I absolutely have to try your recipe that looks so good.
General Manager said…
It's great post about traveling,.
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