Chocolate ice cream Dessert made in the antique for a warm summer evening of a meeting with your family, friends or neighbors! Perfect for my 55th birthday today! "Lazy summer days" does not really exist in our house this year! Everyone works or enjoys nature, and then they meet in the evening for a delicious summer meal.
Finish with this recipe from ANTIQUE FASHION HOME CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM is always a favorite in the summer! During the fourth party my recipe for homemade, old-fashioned vanilla ice cream on Pinterest went crazy! In fact, this comment on my blog yesterday made me laugh! I wanted to let you know how successful your recipe was during my church meeting yesterday.
We were three women who made homemade ice cream, all vanilla, and the one I made, your recipe, undoubtedly won. It was not a race, so to speak, but mine was almost gone and the other 2 were barely touched!
Brown sugar really makes a difference. It was a fantastic summer that I would never forget. So many sweet memories, I cannot help seeing my children as little people. I always thought that was the moments. But now, when we sit down at the table in the evening, life is sweeter than it was then. How can it be?
We all grow, mature and learn to love each other more. Today is my birthday, this is my picture of the hospital 55 years ago! Wow, photos of babies in the hospital have changed over the years! Now the recordings of newborns are staged and beautiful, where 55 years ago the sister lifted her head and... SNAPOO!
I am very grateful for my mother and father. I had the best model parents. My mother (think of the baby seats above) and my father was always the family photographer! Today... I spend time with my family.
The things we miss when our babies are so small certainly change over time. I remember that I wanted a "silent" so that things were "clean", so that my children "stayed clean" to sleep well at night, so my children behaved like angels (ha!), Always getting along. These things seem so easy to me now.
Now I enjoy the sweet affection that our children feel for each other, wonderful conversations, great dinners together (with THIS delicious, homemade, homemade chocolate ice cream), and their stories, thoughts, opinions and experiences see and hear your eyes! The recipe of my mother, this time with cocoa, is a delicious, creamy chocolate dessert.
For the summer there is nothing like homemade ice cream (with ice and rock salt). Happy 55th birthday for me, mom and dad!
1. Mix all ingredients in a large bowl; Beat for 1-2 minutes with a hand blender or blender.
2. Fill the ice cream freezer and follow the instructions of the appliance and apply ice and rock salt until the machine stops.
3. Remove the pallet immediately; Replace the lid. Cover with more ice and a heavy towel until you are ready to eat (leave the ice frozen and ready).
In many stores these are almost napkins, but in my store, they were near the beauty aisle. We have made our ice the night before, so I would be ready for the next day. After the recipe has cooled down to be frozen, you can pick it up in your cone and prepare for the dive! We filled a form with sparks and my son went to town.
It was a bit messy, but he thought it was funny to roll it up and cover it with sparks. Come on, kids love sparks. If you have covered everything, you can enjoy it! I think it's great that this has become a simple and fun family tradition. I know that there are times like these that I will always remember and I hope my children will remember it too.
Yes, it was a bit messy, but those were the wet naps! The wet nap products were great for cleaning the melted ice, so my "cleanliness" did not have to ruin the time that I was worried about the disaster. These are softer and stronger than before and moisturize with Aloe.
Make sure you walk around HERE before you make your ice cream to get your 55 cent discount coupon the next time you buy a natnekka product (while stock lasts)! Trust me, you will be so glad that you have it at hand!
1. Combine sugar, flour and salt in a jar. Slowly add the milk.
2. Cook over medium heat for about 15 minutes or until thick, keep stirring constantly.
3. Gradually stir in about 1 cup hot mix into the loosened eggs to soften the eggs.
4. Add the egg mixture to the remaining hot mixture, stirring constantly. Cook for 1 minute; Remove it from the fire.
5. Combine cream and vanilla in a large bowl; Add the cooled mixture with a whisk while stirring.