A Healthy Vanilla Ice Cream Recipe Made In 30 Seconds

To make this vanilla ice cream recipe, you'll need a high powered blender.
I personally recommend the Vitamix.



If you don't have a Vitamix, please don't try this recipe with your "regular" blender. You are likely to ruin it. If you are in the market for a Vitamix, you can explore what it has to offer and get free shipping with my code.




30 Second Vanilla Ice Cream Recipe

Ingredients:

1/2 cup half & half

1/3 cup granulated sugar or splenda

2 cups frozen milk cubes

3/4 tsp. vanilla extract

Okay, so it takes longer than 30 seconds if you count the time it takes to freeze milk into ice cube trays. (Just keep some frozen cubes in your freezer at all times, and you'll always be ready to go.)


Put the half & half in first. Add the frozen milk cubes, sugar, and vanilla. With the lid securely on, turn the variable speed up to 10, then flip the switch to high speed.

Use your tamper to push the cubes into the blades.

The sound of the motor will change and 4 mounds will appear when done.

Turn off the vitamix immediately to prevent melting.

Enjoy eating your healthy ice cream.




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