Apple icecream with a difference


Apple icecream with chocoblocks

 Ice cream is a must in my house and it’s always there. I am calling this recipe ice cream with a difference as it involves no ice cream maker :-). It’s a very simple recipe and  a yummy one.

The first ice cream parlor  opened in New York City in 1776. American colonists were the first to use the term “ice cream”. The name came from the phrase “iced cream” that was similar to “iced tea”. The name was later abbreviated to “ice cream” the name we know today.


1.4 cups milk

2.1 cup Sugar .
3.2 cups Milk powder.
4.2 cups whipping cream
For apple-cinnamon flavouring
5.4 cups apple peeled and chopped (preferably green Apple) mixed with 8 teaspoon sugar and 2 teaspoon cinnamon powder.
6.1 cup choco chips or chocolate blocks (biteable pieces).

1.Boil milk and sugar stirring constantly.

2.Remove the pan from the heat and mix milk powder ,let it cool.

3.Add cream and mix again.

4.Put it in a container ,cover it and let it freeZe

5.In another cook the apple,sugar and cinnamon mixture with half cup water till the apple softens, then let it cool.

6.Take the ice cream from the freeZer ,crush it, then blend it together with the apple cinnamon mixture till it is soft and creamy.

7. Put it in a shallow covered container and mix the chocoblocks ,let it freeZe for at least 5hrS.

Enjoy your homemade ice cream without an ice cream maker.

Love you all 🙂

4 responses to “Apple icecream with a difference

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  2. This is excellent. I don’t have any ice cream maker and with warm weather approaching I know Arvind would crave for ice cream every now and then. I will try your recipe for sure 🙂

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