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Make Ice Cream

Merry Christmas everyone. I hope your day is filled with yummy treats and that your stretchy pants look as good this year. I look forward to catching up with family and eating lots of delicious things. Namely, a glazed ham. I dream of ham year round.

The weather has really turned bright and hot for us this Christmas and with summer weather comes demand for ice cream. I successfully made ice cream for the first time and I stirred in a bit of home made russian fudge for a buttery flavour boost. No ice cream maker required, just an egg beater and plenty of bowls.

I found this easy ice cream recipe online here by a user named Marble. I’ve reblogged it just in case that page ever disappears. I have very limited kitchen space so never had the desire to hoard a food processor or an ice cream maker. I love how the fanciest tool required for this recipe is an egg beater. No food processor or ice cream maker required!


Use 3 bowls

lst bowl 4 egg whites – Beat till stiff, add ¼ cup any sugar, beat again
2nd bowl 4 egg Yolks – Beat till frothy with another ¼ cup any sugar
3rd bowl Beat 300 ml Cream until fairly stiff

Put contents of bowl 1 and bowl 3 into bowl 2.
Fold in with metal spoon.
Pour into 2 litre ice cream box and freeze approx 6 hours.
No need to beat again

How easy is that!
My little grandchildren love to make it and we all love to eat it.
Even my stepson, a confirmed bachelor who never goes in the kitchen can make it.
You can add stuff to it just before freezing – tinned caramel – grated chocolate – dash of vanilla essence – but it is super as it is.

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I am Genie, a graphic designer/photographer obsessed with food and bunnies. I live in Whanganui, New Zealand with my husband, The Koala and our two rabbits, Kobe and Bento. I write about my hedonistic ways and I love the mantra "Eat well, travel often". I prefer not to write about myself in third person.


  1. Merry Christmas Genie! It’s crazy here, almost 8ºC today. And no “white Christmas” anywhere in sight. The ice cream looks nommable, I’ll have to try it. 🙂

    • Bunny Eats Design says

      Merry Christmas Garricks! Perhaps russian fudge ice cream with a little whisky mixed in will go down well this Christmas Gar?

  2. Ice cream, my favourite! I love the sound of this recipe, reminds me of the kind of thing I’d read in my old Aunt Daisy cookbooks.

    Merry Christmas! 🙂

    • Bunny Eats Design says

      Merry Christmas to you too! I liked the simplicity of this recipe and the fact that I didn’t need any fancy gadgets or ingredients.

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