Country Vanilla Ice Cream (Meyer Family Recipe)

11 07 2013

Meyer Family Recipe  (Vicki’s Family)

Country Vanilla Ice Cream

This is the “Meyer Family Recipe” that Vicki and all of my sisters grew up with and I cannot count how many times we have cranked this ice cream…NO ELECTRICITY ALLOWED! We are a true HAND-CRANK ice cream famiy…and when we started getting married, some of the new son-in-laws thought we should go electric…no way!

Ice Cream Hand Crank

It’s all about the experience and sitting on top of that cold freezer on a hot summer day, although we’ve been known to crank ice cream with snow on a cold and blustery winter day too!

Ice Cream Contents

The very best part is when you pull out the “rib” and eat that first bite right from the freezer! What delicious memories!

Ice Cream Bowl

 “This recipe came with the very first ice cream freezer my husband, Herman and I bought shortly after we were married in 1959.”
~Ruth Meyer

Herman & Ruth Meyer
Castle Rock, Colorado

4 eggs, well beaten
2 ½ c. sugar
6 c. milk
4 c. heavy whipping cream
1 ½ T. real vanilla
½ tsp. salt

Add sugar gradually to beaten eggs, beating well after each addition…You cannot over beat this mixture!  When mixture becomes very stiff, add remaining ingredients and mix well.  Freeze per manufacturers instructions.

Hope YOU and your family enjoy this as much as we have!
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13 07 2013
Pam Rush

Vicki: Mom’s recipe is almost the same. She adds a capful of Lemon and Almond flavoring in with the vanilla. Most times 2 more eggs. We never measure the milk. Add the qt. of cream and enough milk to fill the can to the line. Thank goodness, you don’t make the cook custard. To me~~~that is not ice cream!! 🙂 I know it is personal preference. Pam
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17 07 2013
Vicki Adrian

Hi Pam… I’ll bet that lemon & almond really enhances the flavor! We never really measured the milk either! Thanks! Vicki

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