Friday, December 2, 2011

A Touch Of Peppermint

FREE Graphic for you.
Well its finally Friday. This week has seem to have flown by. I hope each of you are enjoying the free graphics I am sharing with yall. You can do so much with these graphics. Make labels for presents, cards, ornaments. Lots of things. This graphic to day I am sharing with you brought back a memories for me. The peppermint wheels. I love peppermints especially during the winter time. I remember as a child my Mother would buy my brother an I a big round stick of peppermint. It would take us days to eat that thing. Most of the time we could never finish it, but it sure was fun trying too. lol Every year I always get peppermint in my stocking still. I really enjoy that, brings the kid out in me still. lol. Many ice-cream makers make the Peppermint ice cream and it is good, but I have a recipe for you to have that I really believe you will enjoy. Very simple and easy to make. You will enjoy sitting by the fire as you nibble on this wonderful treat. I know we all don't need the sugar but just a little won't hurt will it? lol And I know it's so much easier to run to the store an just buy some, but really it isn't the same when you know you made it yourself and your kiddos can see Mom or Dad make them homemade ice cream. I know my kiddos enjoy watching me make different ones for them to try. So I am sharing with you another sweet recipe for your taking. I hope you give it a try. Again thanks to each of you for stopping by my little place on the world wide web and sharing your time with me. I am still visiting yalls blogs and putting each of you down for the giveaway. I really do appreciate you. Have a blessed day and weekend. ~Dena
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PEPPERMINT ICE CREAM

6 eggs, beaten until foamy
1-14oz can Eagle Brand milk
1 1/2 cups sugar
2 quarts half an half
1 tsp. vanilla
1 1/2 cups crushed peppermint candies

Makes 1 Gallon.
Mix together all ingredients except peppermint candies. Proceed with freezing process until half frozen, then add peppermint. Continue freezing until hard.

Enjoy!

3 comments:

Sassafras and Winterberry said...

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Cheers!

Pam at Antique or Not said...

Thanks so much for sharing with us the cute graphic and the recipe for peppermint ice cream. It sounds yummy!

Hugs,
Pam

Sandi @ The Primitive Skate said...

Thanks for sharing!