Make Ice Cream in Five Minutes

Submitted by: LaChica 9 years ago in

That was fast.
There are 79 comments:
Male 559
"And NO, you don`t `cook` the milk into a custard then freeze it."

Most Ice Cream you buy in the store has eggs in it. I guarantee you it`s cooked first.

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Male 42
definately takes about 5-6 minutes of shaking if you want it pretty good... probably 10 minutes if you want it to be really firm. i used hot cocoa stuff and it was taasssty. definately worth the time and effort. just keep adding salt if you feel the ice is melting and warming up. put about 2 teaspoons of sugar in and about 4 teaspoons of powder for good taste. hope this helps. overall... definately worth it, it was really good.
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Female 1,407
Wish I`d known this last summer
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Female 2,552
Yes, I made vanilla in Science class in seventh grade.
It was quite tasty.
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Male 42
I havent read all the comments so this may have already been said but:
i saw this on TV a while ago. The salt lowers the ice temperature and speeds the melting of the ice, and the heat comes from the centre - the ice cream. As the heat leaves that bag, it freezes.
Also, someone said they think his language isn`t English. Unless I`m very much mistaken, it is French, because he had a bag from the French Supermarket, Champion.
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Female 2,927
i saw a contraption in a store where its a ball it has a center core were you put the ice cream and on the other end an opening to put the ice and salt around the core you close them both up and rool the ball around.viola soccer ice cream.
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Male 358
No dry ice? Dammit...
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Male 677
Woop! i tried it a minute a go and it works! it melts really quick so you have 2 eat it fast. instead of using sugar and milk and stuff i think you could just use a milkshake.and it tasted good aswell!8-)
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Female 250
mmmm yep i now want some ice-cream
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Male 203
for those that cant get it to work

i did it for 3 minutes and it was still milk...i was about to throw it out and curse the person

but i added more salt and continued for another 5 minutes, and it was worth it :) it works

and no, i didnt do this at school :(

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Female 1,262
Good job disoriented. Glad I learned before I tried it today.
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Male 76
The reason why everyone`s ice cream is coming out soupy is that he forgot to mention that you have to either use WHOLE milk or 4 parts skim milk to 1 part dairy cream. (Any ratio of cream to milk less than 1/5th and the result will be cold diarrhea.)And NO, soy milk will not work. It`s not real milk. If you try using that, you`ll get frozen soy proteins floating on the top and sour water on the bottom. Ice cream for the lactose intolerant is made with soy milk and an alginate binder, which thickens into a yogurt, then is frozen and whipped to a faux-ice cream consistency. And NO, you don`t `cook` the milk into a custard then freeze it. It`s the cream`s fat that coagulates into ice cream. So, no milk fat, no ice cream. Just chunky milk. It works even faster if you just use Cream straight from the carton instead of a milk to cream mixture, and it tastes better.It has to be DAIRY CREAM in liquid, not powder form. Not an artificial coffee creamer either. That`s the recipe. Now do it.
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Male 181
I did this sort of thing back years ago in school. As for this method, I just did it and it turned out great. For those of you that want it more firm, just toss it in the freezer for a bit after its made and it will firm up to what you might be used to with factory made ice cream.

For the flavor aspect? Taste better than factory made, home made is just way better if done right. Oh and by the way, the first ice creams weren`t anything more than milk cream and surgar..so basically you are right with saying your just making "frozen milk".

If you want the factory made texture than buy an ice cream maker to churn it in.

p.s. add lots of salt to the ice to really drop the temprature quick, you will get faster results and better results.

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Male 543
Learned this in 3rd or 4th grade. Of course we had a lot of help.
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Female 17
this is bellshet. he forgot to mention you also need wizard skills for it to work. :(

haha idk what i did wrong, but after 3 minutes of shaking and getting frostbite on my hands i just had slightly slushy milk. oh well it tasted good kinda :]

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Male 869
I`m going to come out with 4 minute ice cream! If you had a choice would you rather wait 5 minutes for your ice cream or know that you can have it in only 4 minutes? That`s what I thought.
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Female 230
Doesn`t...everyone do this in school? The salt lowers the temperature of the ice...I think. (I was paying attention, I swear!)
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Male 115
i did it....it seems more like frozen milk, then it like melts in your mouth to be more like really cold milk, but i also didnt do it quite right. it tastes fine i guess though
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Male 955
I would be weary about making ice cream with someone that misspelled `sugar` and `example`
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Female 878
He`s a witch!
=O
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Male 137
Yup, did this in 6th grade. However, mine turned out to be milky sh.it liquid with a lot of oreo chunks, and it sucked ass.
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Female 1,262
Great idea. I`ve always made up my own ice cream recipies but I dont want to drop the ducats for a ice cream maker.
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Male 334
thats actually pretty useful
yay for ice cream :D
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Male 559
"Wouldn`t that be ice milk? I mean, since it`s milk, and all?"

Yes it would. You have to cook the mixture to make a custard before you freeze it in order to make actual Ice Cream. The is just frozen flavored sweet milk, which is different from Ice Cream.

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Male 199
DrFeelGood10-"c`mon guys, who needs ice cream so badly they cant wait more than 5 minutes? thats just pitiful. Its a cool idea to try and all that but I`m just saying, why not buy it?"

If you`ve tasted home made ice cream you`d know that it PWNS "factory made" ice cream,plus 5 minutes isn`t that much time to make ice cream, and with all that stuff in a bag I`m guessing you can probably make 3-5 batches of ice cream with it.

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Male 46
well, i tried this before i watched this video, only i just put it in a bag and threw it in a freezer. it wasnt that great. just frozen flavored milk. didnt really have the consistancy of ice cream....
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Male 290
c`mon guys, who needs ice cream so badly they cant wait more than 5 minutes? thats just pitiful. Its a cool idea to try and all that but I`m just saying, why not buy it?
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Female 52
Hahaha...we did this in my chem class last year. Best lesson we had, I think :)

Just be sure to double bag the ingredients, just as a precaution. Our first batch came out really salty :P

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Male 392
I already do this every 4th of july.
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Male 203
Tuesday, September 25, 2007 6:20:41 PM
or you could just, you know, BUY ICE CREAM.

wow you can leave your house and go buy some ice cream and come back within 5 minutes? dude well flucking done...NOT. Fraking moron

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Female 223
What?? I`ve done this a bajillion times with the coffee cans and whatnot variations. It`s always taken way more than 5 minutes and the consistency is never more than slushy milk. How on earth did he get it to be like that?
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Male 181
Tuesday, September 25, 2007 6:20:41 PM
or you could just, you know, BUY ICE CREAM.


OH MY DEAR FREAKING GOD!!!! ARE YOU MISSING THE WHOLE POINT OF IT BEING IN 5 MINUTES?!?!?!?!?!?!?!? my god some people are so freakin stupid they just need to go blow their flippin brains out.

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Male 60
ITS NOT WORKING FOR ME!!
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Female 267
O god now I`m hungry...
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Male 37
hmm can you put vanilla extract into it?
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Male 290
or you could just, you know, BUY ICE CREAM.
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Male 385
Wouldn`t that be ice milk? I mean, since it`s milk, and all?
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Male 686
cooool ima do that later
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Male 199
Faster than the way I knew how to make ice cream with, BRB MAKIN ICE CREAMZ
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Female 1,397
ice cream is the most amazing food ever.
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Female 943
looks like clay.
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Male 474
I learned that in like 5th grade in a science project... >_>
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Male 404
I just tried it actually works!
Only problem is that it melts really fast, its still good though, and I put almond extract in it!
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Female 150
darn cute foreign boys and their bad spelling and complicated methods for making something i already have in my freezer
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Female 1,306
oh, and can someone get this guy a dictionary? he needs it.
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Female 1,306
this seems exactly the same as a recipe from national geographic kids...but you can use actual flavoring with that recipe *like mint extract, orange extract...whatever.* this looks more complicated.
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Male 2,703
platinum kate, did you need any exemples?
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Male 896
Must try, if hes lying to me I am going to kill him.
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Female 151
I`m SO making a video for 3 minute butter.

I had my preschool class do it: fill babyfood jar half full with heavy whipping cream, shake for a few minutes until lumpy, add salt and shake a little more. Pour off buttermilk and Voila!
If 2 year olds can do it anyone can!
*remembers skateboard video*
wait a minute...

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Female 101
Switch the small bag for a small jar, the big bag for a large coffe can. Tape up with duct tape and kick around like a soccer ball with a friend for a couple minutes.

That ice cream always rules.

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Male 10
my names not chris
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Male 946
ill try this, looks good
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Male 1,114
SUGAR

dumbass...

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Female 1,398
It amazes me how people on the internet can`t spell simple words like sugar...
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Female 229
That guy was damn hot, btw. :-)
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Female 229
Can we use soymilk instead?
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Female 876
We learned this in 7th grade.

I still prefer the liquid nitrogen method. Vanilla cream + liquid nitrogen + stir it really fast.

Although the latter method has potential to injure you if you`re stupid. But it makes good ice cream if you get it right.

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Male 306
lol, I did this back in elementary school, fun times
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Female 182
It looks like poo. That`s disgusting.
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Male 182
can`t you just use like... chocolate milk? not using powder, but like actually buy a bottle of chocolate milk or something? cuz that`ll be alot faster im thinkin`. anyway, guess ill try this later
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Male 1,497
Ya 843, it did kinda ruin it a little

and i learned this a long time ago, so this wont get rid of my boredom, next link cya

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Male 1,455
Jeez, I learned how to do this is second grade!

Ice + salt = temperatures below zero. Try putting some salt on your hand, then an ice cube.

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Male 123
well i think his local language is not English. Anwyay, i`ve seen someone break the world record for the fastest time making ice-cream. It took the dude 18.78 seconds to make it. using liquid nitrogen of course.
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Male 550
Did he make this video in 5 minutes too? It would have been much nicer without the glaring spelling errors
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Female 289
What a good idea! Not too sure about chocolate Nesquik flavour though.
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Male 13
I just made this...it took longer that 5 minutes to harden up, and it melts pretty fast. But it tastes pretty good!
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Male 151
the other option for the salt and ice is to make a solution of 5% salt to 95% water, then freeze it.

Your freezer will have to be about -20C or -5F in order to fully freeze the ice, but the ice will stay much much colder to freeze the ice cream...

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Female 301
I would make this but I dont` have any `suggar` or a bag to `putt` it in.
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Male 151
the consistency comes from it not being churned... just shaken...

p.s. the salt lowers the temperature of the ice by 21.1 degrees C
http://sci-toys.com/scitoys/scitoys/ther...

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Female 1,158
I did it when I was much younger. It tasted good, it just had a weird consistency.

Why did he pick it up with his hands?

Did we really need examples of ice cream flavors?

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Male 2
anyone who has the supplies should do this and tell the rest of us how it tastes :)
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Male 2
the ice superchills it, just like the chill a coke in 2 minutes video haha
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Male 44
Yay for ice cream! I going to make some for sure.
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Male 55
Salt dissolves quick in ice, lowering its freezing point, thus making it damn cold.
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Male 167
yeh know off to make ice cream be back in 5 minutes
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Male 126
If you add salt to ice the temperature drops by about 15 degreed centigrade.
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Male 60
salt helps the ice me thinks...

well, off to make home made ice cream ;x

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Female 1,832
Fast indeed ...
Yep, I am gonna try this one but I have to wonder ... why is salt important? The mixture of milk and chocolate powder is in a separate bag ! Sorry I am not a chemist ...
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Female 1,596
Link: Make Ice Cream in Five Minutes [Rate Link] - That was fast.
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