You won’t need a hand crank to make this delicious ice cream recipe from Good in Every Grain, pair this tasty ice cream treat with a homemade waffle cone!
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“We often made ice cream with hand crank freezer to celebrate family birthdays!”
Yield: 4-6 servings
Prep time: 5 minutes (ice cream), 15 minutes (cones)
Cook time: 25 minutes (cones)
Head to the original recipe from Good in Every Grain to see our favourite flavour combinations to help flavour your ice cream!
- 2 cups oat milk, store-bought or homemade
- 1/2 cup soy butter
- 1/3 cup sweetener of choice: maple syrup, honey, etc.
- 1/4 + pinch salt
- Add-ins from flavours below.
Same ingredients as Good in Every Grain’s whole wheat waffle recipe
- In a large bowl, whisk together all ingredients. Pour mixture into baking pan and freeze.
- Whisk the ice cream periodically over the next few hours, making sure to scrape the sides of the pan and break up any frozen chunks. Start whisking at 90 minutes after freezing, 45 minutes after that, then 30 minutes later. Whisk twice more every 30 minutes. After a couple of hours, it should be thickening to a slushy soft-serve consistency.
- While freezing, make waffle cones.
- Beat together eggs and sugar in a bowl with a hand or stand mixer, about 5-7 minutes. Stir in milk, butter and vanilla until combined.
- In a small bowl, combine flour, wheat bran, salt and baking powder and stir until combined. Add dry ingredients to wet ingredients and mix well, until batter is smooth with no lumps.
- Heat a small skillet or griddle over medium heat. Brush the pan lightly with oil. Pour about 1/4 cup of batter onto the skillet and turn to spread out the batter into a thin circle. When the underside is golden brown, flip over and cook until golden on the other side.
- Remove from the pan and form into a cone while it’s hot, squeezing the end to seal. Place on a wire rack to cool and harden completely. Repeat with the remaining batter.
- Scoop your homemade ice cream onto your fresh waffle cone and enjoy!
Did you know that oat milk is made from oats that can be grown right here in Ontario? Oats can be grown by farmers as a form of cover crop; a cover crop is grown by farmers primarily to benefit the soil. Click here to learn more about cover crops in Ontario!