Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Blueberry Pudding Ice Cream



Is it summer yet?

Because after days and days of rain, there is finally a day of sun here in rainy Vancouver. And having a sunny day is the perfect excuse for me to take out my ice cream maker.

Not that I really needed an excuse.




Now remember that time that I was gushing over the vanilla pudding ice cream that I made a while back? Well, I needed some way to make it better.

This is just my way of sort of hiding the fact that I am making yet another vanilla ice cream. Because even though I only have 15 ice cream recipes on this blog, the majority is just plain vanilla. Different variations of course, but vanilla ice cream none the less.




And if you aren't sick of sweets yet after the pounds of chocolate that you have probably eaten this past weekend (or is that just me?), I would urge you to try this ice cream. It's my dessert-hating mother approved.

Sunny weather never tasted so good.





What you'll need:

-3 cups milk
-1 cup white sugar
-1/2 can evaporated milk
1 1/2 cups cool whip
-1/2 102g box instant vanilla pudding mix
-1/2 cup blueberries


Directions:

    1.   In a large bowl, combine all the ingredients except the blueberries with an electric mixer until fully combined.
    2.   Pour the mixture into your ice cream maker, and process according to manufacturer's instructions. About 5 minutes before the ice cream is done, add in the blueberries. 
    3.   When the ice cream is done, pour into an airtight container, and freeze until ready to serve. 

24 comments:

  1. Arrghhhh!!!! I want some ice-cream, Cathleen! Vanilla is my favourite flavour and bring on the vanilla ice-cream! (I haven't lost any weight at all yet tsk..tsk..tsk...)

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  2. I still haven't made any ice cream this year..this is a lovely one.

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  3. uff... that's a tempting icecream...

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  4. This sounds amazing! Maybe you could try and use some almond milk in an icecream one day? I love the sweetened version and I can only imagine it would add a bit of something else, and then you could vanilla that up too! ;) Great to hear the sun finally came over to your side of the world. We had a loooovely Easter weekend in Glasgow, but now it's back to same ol' same ol', I'm used to it though :P Hope you're having an amazing week so far! x

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  5. I am still enjoying sunny weather.. I wish someone would mane me such ice cream :D

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  6. Hi Cathleen, this is so inviting and refreshing. I think I need 3 scoops, please! :))

    Have a nice day.

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  7. It's been hot enough here it seems like summer! Enough to bust out my ice cream maker at least.

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  8. So delicious!!!! Here's my blog: http://golosedelizie.blogspot.it/
    I hope you will like it beause yours is really nice ^_^

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  9. I have such a craving for ice cream now... Love the flavour you've created here, sounds so delicious!

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  10. Summer is around the corner and I can't wait to try this recipe.

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  11. A bit cool here but I wouldn't say no when it comes to ice cream :D The pudding mix in this ice cream sounds interesting .

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  12. I am ready for ice cream season!! I am definitely intrigued that you used pudding mix in this. Never seen it as an ice cream ingredient before!

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  13. pretty nice blog, following :)

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  14. I've lost my ice cream maker.. who knows how!? But I think I'm going to need to buy a new one for recipes just like this! :D

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  15. So interesting adding pudding mix to this ice cream...looks great Cathleen.
    Thanks for the recipe...hope you are having a lovely week :D

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  16. This is super pretty ice cream! I bet it's amazing. I was a math major back in the day. :) #iheartpi

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  17. Summer is just around the corner, I can feel it! Love this twist on vanilla!

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  18. Vanilla pudding ice cream? Yum! What a great idea to add blueberries to this new version.

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  19. Sounds delicious! Homemade ice cream is the best.

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  20. Cathleen, this sounds amazing! I love the idea of pudding ice cream--I bet it makes it so creamy and delicious. Plus, blueberries! My favorite :)

    Amy | Club Narwhal

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  21. Oh, this look so refreshingly yummy. What a clever idea to use pudding mix?

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  22. YUM I love this! Newest follower :) http://thebees3.blogspot.com/

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  23. I LOVE the look of these ice cream! And it seems so easy! Will have to give it a go.

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  24. Whoaa!! I never realized you had so many vanilla ice creams! It just rained here and I made ice cream the next day! I love that you added blueberries to these!

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