Cooking with Kyle: Creating a delicious summer treat from scratch

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Summer is here, kids are out of school and looking for something to do, and the hot weather will begin soon!

This recipe does not require an ice cream freezer or rock salt, takes minutes to prepare and is a great diversion for bored children (or hungry adults).

This will yield 1 quart of Ice Cream


1 14 ounce Sweetened, Condensed Milk

1/2 Cup Peanut Butter (I prefer Honey Roasted Smooth)

1 t Vanilla Extract

1 Pint Heavy Cream

1/2 C Roasted Peanuts (optional)

1/2 C Caramel or Chocolate Ice Cream Topping In a mixing bowl, thoroughly blend together Condensed Milk and Peanut Butter. Add Vanilla and stir.

In a chilled (I prefer freezer) bowl, whip cream until stiff peaks form.

Carefully and thoroughly fold whipped cream into Milk/Peanut Butter/Vanilla mixture.

Gently fold in optional peanuts, if desired. Swirl in ice cream topping - if "stripes" are desired, be careful to barely stir just enough to disperse; the topping will otherwise dissolve and become smooth. Either way is delicious.

Place ice cream mixture into a freezer-safe container and freeze until set - 6-8 hours.

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