Labor Day Ice Cream Social

Hello all you ice cream lovers! Have you seen this great new book yet? I know I’ve talked about my new book plenty of times before, but in honor of this ice cream social we are having for Labor Day, I thought I’d share a great recipe from the book with you.

It’s my sons’ favorite recipe. In fact, as I was writing this post, he asked if we could make it again. Of course we can! I’ll always find time to make a yummy treat for my family.

 

The Cupcake

1 basic recipe (see below)

3/4 cup yellow cake mix

1/2 cup rainbow sprinkles

Whisk together your basic recipe and cake mix. Add mixture to your ice cream machine and follow manufacturer’s directions in freezing. Fold in rainbow sprinkles during the last 5 minutes of mixing.

Skinny Vanilla Basic recipe

1/2 cup sugar

2 cups light cream

1 cup 2% milk

1 tsp. pure vanilla extract

Whisk together all ingredients until combined. Transfer your cream liquid into your ice cream machine and make according to manufacturer’s direction. Makes about 1 quart prepared ice cream.

 

Want more great recipes for your ice cream social for Labor Day? Be sure to visit the links below for more great ideas.

 Project Domestication

Cafe Johnsonia

Vintage Mixer

Sweet Basil

Mountain Momma Cooks

Budget Gourmet Mom

365 Days of Slow Cooking

Food Nouveau

A Southern Fairytale

I Wash You Dry

Queen Scarlett

Phemomenon

Happy Ice Cream making!

 

11 Replies to “Labor Day Ice Cream Social”

  1. Wendy! I love cupcakes and I know I’d love this recipe. Thanks so much for joining the ice cream social fun…you obviously know your way around the world of ice cream.

    Best of luck on the book…I’ll have to go pick up a copy very soon!

  2. Labor Day Ice Cream Social! How could I have missed the 411? Please fill me in on the details. Hum so much happens when you go out of town on business.

  3. Labor Day Ice Cream Social! How could I have missed the 411 on this? Please fill me in on the details. Hum so much happens when you go out of town on business.

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