Easy Tin Can Ice Cream - Alabama Tin Can Ice Cream Katie says: Easy Tin Can Ice Cream is fun to make and good for you.This recipe makes 3 cups of ice cream. What You Will Need

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  • Easy Tin Can Ice Cream

    Katie says:Easy Tin Can Ice Cream is fun to make and good for you.This recipe makes 3 cups of ice cream.

    What You Will Need2 cups evaporated milk12 cup sugar12 teaspoon vanillaChopped fruit or nuts1 1-pound coffee can1 3-pound coffee can or

    # 10 institutional pack canCrushed iceSalt (ice cream salt)Rubber spatula or spoonClean, damp cloth

    Step 1.Mix all ingredients well. Put them in a clean 1-pound coffee can. Place a tight-fitting plasticlid on the can.

    Step 2.Place the 1-pound can inside a 3-pound coffeecan or #10 institutional pack can.

    Step 3.Pack crushed ice inside the larger can aroundthe ice cream can.

    Step 4.Pour 3/4 cup of salt evenly over ice.

    Step 5.Place a tight-fitting plastic lid on larger can.

    Step 6.Roll the can back and forth on a table or cementslab for 10 minutes.

    Step 7.Open the larger can and remove the ice creamcan.

    Step 8.Wipe well around the lid and remove it.

    Step 9.Use a rubber spatula or a spoon to stir mixtureand scrape the sides of the can. Replace the lid.

    Step 10.Empty the larger can. Save the ice.

    Step 11.Place the ice cream can back in the larger canand pack in more ice and salt.

    Step 12.Roll the can back and forth for 5 minutes more.

    Step 13.Remove lid and take out can with ice cream.

    Step 14.Wipe well around the lid and remove it.The ice cream is ready to serve.

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