Abundant Crop Recipe: Irish Cream Ice Cream Recipe

We are in the middle of a heat wave (or so it feels like) in So Cal.  So we (okay, I!) decided that this month should be all about ice cream.  We may not have milk or cream in abundance, but we sure do have an affinity for ice cream!  I hope you all enjoy the recipes.  First off, a little spiked ice cream.  I got this recipe from my mom, and I am not sure where she found it.

Irish Cream Ice Cream

  • 2 cups Whipping Cream
  • 2 cups Half and Half
  • 1 cup Sugar
  • 1/2 cup Bailey’s (you can easily make your own if you don’t have any in your cupboards)

Combine all ingredients in a large bowl, stirring until sugar dissolves.  Freeze in your ice cream maker according to the manufacturer’s instructions. It took a little over an hour in mine.  I usually leave it in the freezer for awhile before serving, this keeps it from being too runny!

What other ice cream flavors do you want to see?  Are you looking forward to the rest of Abundant Crop: Ice Cream?

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About Megan

Why hello there! I’m Megan! I live in Southern California with my husband, Matt and two adorable cats. Matt and I met during a church college group event and were married three years later on a sunny March day in 2008. Monday through Thursday I’m crunching numbers and doing bid work for a large construction company. During the rest of my time I cook, bake, crochet, sew and watch TV.

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