I didn't make this. The amount of sugar in it makes my teeth hurt just thinking about it. Surely there is a better base than sweetened condensed milk.
Strawberry-Chocolate Ice Cream
From EatingWell: July/August 2008
Chopped strawberries and cocoa nibs are a colorful addition to vanilla ice cream.
4 Reviews for Strawberry-Chocolate Ice Cream
I didn't have condensed milk in the house so I googled a substitute. I used a recipe that called for 1 cup fat free powdered milk, 2/3 cup sugar, 1/3 cup boiling water and 3 tbsp butter. It was all combined in a blender. It worked great. I also found a sugar free recipe that I haven't tried but I thought those that can't have sugar might want to try.
Sugar Free Fat Free Sweetened Condensed Milk
1 1/3 cup Nonfat dry milk powder
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup splenda
In glass measuring cup stir together milk powder & water till it's a paste. Cover and microwave on high for 45 seconds or until hot but not boiling.
Stir in Splenda.
Cover and store in fridge. Chill at least 2 hrs before using.
Keeps for 2 weeks and makes 12 oz
I sounds wonderful but both my husband and I are diabetic so, with the sweetened condensed milk, it would not be for us. Also, I wish all of the recipes would include the amount of sugar. Also, the comments from "Anonymous" above apply to us!
I was so hoping for something that wasn't an entire meal's worth of carbs for someone who is overweight and prediabetic. But 40 carbs in 1/2 c. is still off-limits. Ice cream is the hardest thing to give up, and apparently stevia won't work to make it, alas. Thanks for this, nonetheless.