Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream

Savor this relishing vanilla ice cream with your family and beat the scorching heat.


    Sugar :- 2 Cups

    Salt :- 1 tsp

    Flour :- 6 tbsp

    Half and half :- 4 Cup

    Milk :- 5 Cups

    Eggs :- 6

    Rock salt :- a pinch

    Vanilla :- 3 tbsp

    Ice Cubes :- few (crushed)

tools required


Cooking Bowl

Waxed Paper

Freezer Cans

preparation method

Take a saucepan and add flour, salt and sugar.

Take a bowl, add eggs and milk and blend them thoroughly till they mix well.

Add sugar till it is smooth.

Sauté it in low flame for 40-45 minutes, mixing it continuously till the complete mixture thickens and forms a coating over the spoon.

Take a waxed paper and cover it up. Refrigerate it for cooling for almost 2-3 hours.

To this chilled mixture, add vanilla & half and half and pour it into the freezer cans as desired.

Serving Suggestions

    Top it with flavored syrups, strawberries or cherries and enjoy it chilled.
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5 Comments on "Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream"

  1. Bubun December 21, 2012 at 1:01 pm -

    good recipie

  2. ruhi_saxena December 18, 2013 at 3:41 am -

    Is there any WITHOUT EGG recipe for homemade vanilla ice-cream? what is the substitute for Half and half?

    • admin January 8, 2014 at 10:20 am -

      use 2 full cups of full cream milk and 2 cups full fat cream .
      use cornstarch instead of Eggs

  3. deep.sethi December 18, 2013 at 8:32 am -

    One of the ingredients in homemade vanilla ice cream is half and half – 4 Cups. What is half and half

    • admin January 8, 2014 at 10:16 am -

      Half and half is a dairy product & lighter than heavy cream if you don’t get it use 2 full cups of full cream milk and 2 cups full fat cream


Substitute any flavor with half and half and enjoy the varieties in this ice cream. Calories - 360.0, Protein - 10.0 gm, Carbohydrate - 42.0 gm, Fat - 16.0 gm, Cholesterol - 70.0 mg, Sodium - 150.0 mg, Potassium - 0.0 mg, Dietary Fiber - 0.0 gm, Sugars - 42.0 gm

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