Homemade Caramel Macchiato Ice Cream!!!!

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Homemade Caramel Macchiato Ice Cream!!!!

Cookie Monster Mike Cookie Monster Mike
Yup, I am going to make some here in a few minutes! Got myself a Cuisinart Ice Cream maker super cheap ($13). Made some mint chip ice cream last week and it was to die for! Tasted so much better than anything that I have had store bought.

I will have to come back and tell you how it turns out but here is the recipe.

Caramel Macchiato Ice Cream
03/22/2012
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Kissy Kissy
Wow! That sounds fun and delicious!! Do you deliver?
03/22/2012
Cookie Monster Mike Cookie Monster Mike
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Originally posted by Kissy
Wow! That sounds fun and delicious!! Do you deliver?
Lol sadly no. But it turned out AWESOME! Nice thick swirls of gooey caramel and a nice bold coffee flavor mmmmmmmmmmm yum yum yum
03/22/2012
PeaceToTheMiddleEast PeaceToTheMiddleEast
Omg this sounds so delicious and it is hot out right now too. Enjoy!
03/22/2012
hillys hillys
wow sounds delicious. Yet I always have soo much trouble with my icecream maker. You have to do your spin with it then put it in the freezer.
03/25/2012
Petite Valentine Petite Valentine
I wonder if you could substitute rice or coconut or soy milk?
03/25/2012
Cookie Monster Mike Cookie Monster Mike
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Originally posted by Petite Valentine
I wonder if you could substitute rice or coconut or soy milk?
Not really sure I am new to ice cream making and haven't experimented much with it yet. I have been using 2% milk although I want to try using half and half and skim milk since it won't be as fatty and bad!
03/25/2012
MeliPixie MeliPixie
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Originally posted by Cookie Monster Mike
Not really sure I am new to ice cream making and haven't experimented much with it yet. I have been using 2% milk although I want to try using half and half and skim milk since it won't be as fatty and bad!
Using a low fat milk product will mean your ice cream is not very creamy. (By law, at least for companies, "ice cream" is defined by how much fat is in it, how much it weighs, and how much air is in it, and using less fat makes it not really ice cream, it's ice milk.)

Better to make it full-fat and eat it in moderation
03/25/2012
MeliPixie MeliPixie
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Originally posted by Petite Valentine
I wonder if you could substitute rice or coconut or soy milk?
Maybe, but probably not in the same way. For it to feel creamy like ice cream:

Rice milk: you'd probably have to cook it somehow before churning and freezing it, though I've never worked with rice milk before, so I can't be sure.

Coconut milk: I don't recommend using it because it will lend its coconut flavor to everything it touches.

Soy milk: Hah, no clue. look it up!

Otherwise what you're making isn't ice cream, it's just a (possibly delicious!) frozen dessert of another kind.
03/25/2012
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