Easy Homemade Ice Cream in a Bag PDF FACEBOOK SHARE ICON.
Make a yummy dessert by using active movements
What You Need:
- 1 quart- sized re-sealable plastic freezer bag
- 1 gallon-sized re-sealable plastic freezer bag
- Ice cubes (enough to fill the gallon bag 2/3 full)
- 1/3 cup Kosher salt or rock salt
- 1 cup of Half-and-Half
- 2 tablespoon sugar
- ½ teaspoon of vanilla extract
What To Do:
- Pour Half-and-Half, sugar and vanilla extract into the quart-sized bag; make sure you seal it well.
- Fill the gallon-sized bag with the ice cubes and salt; shake to mix.
- Place the sealed quart-sized bag with the Half-and-Half mixture on top of the ice cubes in the gallon-sized bag and seal it well.
- Show your child how to hold the top of the large bag and shake it for 5-10 minutes.
- Take turns jumping and shaking the bag to the Shake Break song by Pancake Manor https://youtu.be/zl5QodAFuVk
- Once the Half-and-Half mixture has solidified, cut about an inch off one of the corners of the bag and let your child squeeze some ice cream into a bowl to enjoy!
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