It is way to hot to have the oven on this summer (please forget for a moment about the corn casserole that I just posted), so here is another ice cream recipe. And this one is for humans! Much to Buster's disdain. He probably still has puppy dreams about the ice cream that I made for him last month. Wait, no he doesn't. He has spent the last several weeks playing with his doggy girlfriend at his grandparents' house on the lake. So any dreams that this dog has right now are probably about going back there!
On to the ice cream (do I talk about the dog too much?). The name six threes is pretty obvious. It is 3 each of 6 ingredients. But be warned that this actually makes two batches of ice cream! I should have realized it while reading how many ingredients were going in there but it somehow slipped right through my head. And then after the first batch I had to sit around and wait for the ice cream maker to freeze again before making the second batch. You know where this story goes...
I got impatient while waiting for the ice cream maker to freeze and decided that it was frozen enough and just threw the second batch in there. Well, it wasn't "frozen enough" and the second batch never fully froze. Smart, Lindsay. So, I just threw it in the freezer and hoped for the best. It ended up ok, but kind of icy. Note to self: don't rush the ice cream. Or just turn it into six one-and-a-halfs ice cream and forget about all of the refreezing mess.
Six Threes Ice Cream (from AllRecipies.com):
3 cups sugar 3 cups cream 3 cups milk 3 bananas, mashed 3 oranges, juiced 3 lemons, juiced
In a large bowl, whisk together sugar and cream until sugar is dissolved. Mix in the milk, mashed bananas, and fruit juices.
Pour mixture into ice cream maker. Freeze according to manufacturer's directions, about 45 minutes.