I thought the recipe (didn't alter it) was easy and tasted good right out of the ice cream maker, but over the next couple of days in the freezer it got too hard to even scope! Probably won't make it again.
No-Cook Strawberry Ice Cream
Taz4me6 Posted: 07/28/10
booklover Posted: 07/19/09
This was my first effort at making ice cream in my maker. It was very good, though I did have to freeze it in the freezer overnight for it to completely set up.
Hinano Posted: 02/28/12
Wow!!!! I wasn't expecting this to be so outstanding! I made it with fresh strawberries and half & half, instead of whole milk because I wanted to make it more like Hagen-Datz. And it came out exactly as I expected. I will always use this recipe for strawberry ice cream which is my #1 favorite ice cream flavor!!
BeaJay Posted: 09/18/13
I didn't use Whole frozen berries. Used the boxes, defrosted so I could blend in the lemon juice and salt and it didn't set up right at all. Ran the machine the maximum time and it was barely starting to freeze. Followed directions and put it in the freezer, in the bowl of the machine for more than the recommended time before transferring to another container. I was wondering why it wanted me to do that as I transferred the lumpy runny stuff. Had to spatula out the frozen stuff from around the inside of the frozen bowl. Seemed silly why not just freeze it in the same bowl? Just that long at room temperature almost defrosted it and it had to be frozen overnight to set up. When it did, it was like Concrete! Impossible to scoop out and the texture had an ice crystallized mouth feel that I HATED. On the plus side the flavor was marvelous and the family ate it so will try it again with whipping cream instead of milk as I don't care about reduced fat in my ice cream.
sherrygast Posted: 07/27/13
Wonderful...made it with the kids...easy, fun, and yummy. Next time I will probably use a little less sweetened condensed milk...but really good as listed.