We enjoy ice cream all year at my house but homemade ice cream is our special summer time treat down on the dairy farm. A bowl of homemade ice cream kicks off every July 4th celebration.
If you're a serious ice cream eater, you will enjoy Candy Bar Ice Cream from the Sassafras Cookbook by the Junior League of Springfield, Missouri. It's a fact,there is no bad ice cream!
6 2.16-ounce Butterfinger candy bars,frozen
1 3-ounce package vanilla instant pudding mix
1 14 ounce cans sweetened condensed milk
1 tablespoon vanilla
1/2 gallon milk
Crush frozen candy bars into very coarse crumbs. Combine crushed candy bars, pudding mix,condensed milk and vanilla in an ice cream freezer. Add milk to within 1 inch of fill line. Freeze according to manufacturer's directions. Makes 3 quarts.
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