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Orange Pineapple Old-Fashioned Freezer Ice Cream

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This orange pineapple old-fashioned freezer ice cream is another favorite ice cream recipe. So no picture again, but I just could not make all these recipes in one week. I would have to go back to weight watchers for sure, but I wanted to share all of these recipes with you now. I got the recipe from my sister in law. It came from a junior league cookbook. I like this recipe because it is different that the usual run of the mill ice cream and it has a great fruity flavor. This is so different, you have to give it a try.

Here is what you need to make the

Orange Pineapple Old-Fashioned Freezer Ice Cream

  • SUGAR
  • WHOLE MILK
  • EVAPORATED MILK
  • HEAVY CREAM
  • FRESH ORANGE JUICE
  • FRESH LEMON JUICE
  • PINEAPPLE JUICE
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Orange Pineapple Old-Fashioned Freezer Ice Cream

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Ingredients
  

  • 2 ⅔ cups sugar
  • 1 quart whole milk
  • 1 5 oz can evaporated milk
  • 3 cups heavy cream
  • 12 oz fresh orange juice 3-4 oranges
  • 6 oz lemon juice 3-4 lemons
  • 18 oz pineapple juice

Instructions
 

  • Dissolve 2 2/3 cups sugar in the milk in the ice cream container; stir to mix. Add evaporated milk and heavy cream. Stir several times to make sure sugar is dissolved.
  • Put in the refrigerator while preparing fruit juices. Mix together orange, lemon, and pineapple juices. Then add to milk mixture and blend well. Freeze according to manufacturers directions. Makes 1 gallon.
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4 Comments

  1. Hello,
    This sounds amazing, but I am wondering if less sugar would affect the texture? Not sure it wouldn’t negatively affect the taste either, but I hate to use processed sugar so much anymore. Just wondering if it was feasible to use less. For my own taste, I don’t have to have something incredibly sweet, but, I am afraid the texture might be greatly affected. I’d appreciate knowing, if you know.
    Thank you,
    Donna Schnaath

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  3. I WANT TO THANK YOU FOR THIS E-MAIL. I DO MAKE MY OWN ICE CREAM, AND ALL THE CHILDREN ON MY STREET, JUST LOVE MY ICE CREAM. THANK YOU, AND KEEP ON MAKING ALL THE BEST ICE CREAM. LESLIE

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