Is there anything better on a hot summer day than a cold scoop (or two) of ice cream? We're pretty certain there's not. Unless, that is, the ice cream is local and made with the best ingredients from Kentucky farms. Many neighborhood grocery stores also carry local milk from Kentucky farms. If you're making homemade ice cream, be on the lookout for milk from Chaney's Dairy, Legacy Dairy, Prairie Farms, and JD Country Milk. Did you know that Kroger Milk in the Louisville Region is produced at Winchester Farms in Winchester, KY?
Local Ice Cream is the Coolest
Homemade Ice Cream
Remember making ice cream with your family on those warm summer nights with lightning bugs illuminating the patio and crickets chirping in the distance? Even if the ice cream didn't turn out quite right, it always tasted amazing. Make some great new memories with this simple homemade ice cream recipe.
4 cups of Kentucky Proud milk or half-and-half
1.5 cups of sugar
1 tablespoon of vanilla extract
2 cups of whipping cream
Fresh blackberries or blueberries (optional)
In a large bowl, combine half-and-half (or milk), sugar, and vanilla extract. Stir until sugar dissolves. Stir in the whipping cream. Freeze the mixture in 5 quart ice cream maker according the manufacture's directions.
If you're using fresh fruit, blend 4 cups of berries and stir into mixture before adding to ice cream maker.