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Popular recipe for homemade ice cream only requires three ingredients to make
The only thing I'm not a fan of is how long it took me to find a recipe like this. It's bliss in every bite.
Ma Fatima Garcia
08.15.22

Today, no matter what you are craving, you’re one tap away from getting it delivered to your door.

But somehow, there are still people who prefer to cook, bake, or whip up their own ice cream.

Sure, it’s easier to just get them delivered, but there is something about homemade meals and desserts that just hit different.

3-ingredient ice cream tastes like heaven.

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Is it the taste?

Maybe, or maybe it’s the way you can customize your recipe. Or does it taste more delicious because of the love that you put into making these meals yourself?

There are still lots of people who would rather learn to make their own meals and even desserts.

That is why this short YouTube video got 7.6M views in just three months.

YouTube Screenshots / Hearty food
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YouTube Screenshots / Hearty food

In this video, you’ll see Alex, the owner of the YouTube channel Hearty food, make mouthwatering strawberry ice cream.

What we love about it is that Alex only used three ingredients to make this recipe. That’s right, just three ingredients and you’ll have homemade ice cream.

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YouTube Screenshots / Hearty food

Even ice cream has its benefits.

Since ice cream contains milk and milk solids, you can get vitamins and minerals. It also gives you energy and can even help your immunity.

Ice cream can somehow stimulate your brain and can even make you think faster. Of course, the most common benefit of ice cream is that it makes you feel happier.

YouTube Screenshots / Hearty food
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YouTube Screenshots / Hearty food

No wonder people eat ice cream when they feel blue. But of course, too much will not be good. We’re not encouraging that.

So, let’s go ahead and make this strawberry ice cream.

First, prepare the following:

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YouTube Screenshots / Hearty food
  • 2 cups of whipped cream of your choice
  • 1/2 cup of condensed milk
  • 1/2 – 1 cup of fresh chopped strawberries, depending on your preferences
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YouTube Screenshots / Hearty food

How to make:

Step 1. Prepare your whipping cream by measuring it, and then whip it.

Once you’ve achieved a fluffy consistency, transfer it to a bowl but be very careful, we don’t want to lose that fluffiness.

This is the key to an airy ice cream that we all love.

Step 2. Add your condensed milk and whip. Once it’s nice and smooth, let your whipped cream and condensed milk rest.

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YouTube Screenshots / Hearty food

Step 3. Wash all your strawberries and let them dry on a kitchen towel.

Step 4. Cut them into small pieces and then, once you’re done, you can fold the strawberries into your whipped condensed mixture.

Be careful because we don’t want to compromise the texture. Fold in the strawberries and be patient.

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YouTube Screenshots / Hearty food

Step 5. Once you’ve mixed your strawberries and milk cream, you can transfer it to a container and cover it with cling wrap.

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Pexels / David Disponett

Refrigerate for at least two hours, and that’s it.

You can serve it with topped fresh strawberries or as is. Your choice!

What’s great about this is that you can customize your homemade ice cream. Instead of strawberries, maybe you can add mangoes, dark chocolate, or even cookies.

Homemade ice cream is better because you’ve put effort and love, and aside from that, you know you’re using high-quality and organic ingredients.

Nothing but the best for your family, right?

Watch the full video tutorial below, and don’t forget to share!

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By Ma Fatima Garcia
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Ma Fatima Garcia is a contributor at SBLY Media.
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