Homemade Custard Ice-Cream with Tutti Frutti

Homemade Custard Ice-Cream with Tutti Frutti

Here is the recipe for rich and creamy and smooth and silky homemade custard ice cream with tutti frutti, oh yes without ice-cream maker. It uses both heavy cream and regular milk which adds to the creamy texture. This is a single churn ice-cream unlike the vegan mango ice-cream. :-)

Homemade Custard Ice-Cream with Tutti Frutti

It feels like just yesterday I wrote this post about Vaandu’s struggle to adapt to new school. Time flies. Today’s is the last day of his first grade and so officially our summer break begins. I know I have been posting summer recipes from April following the Indian weather pattern. But it’s hard to follow entire global weather. Soon SW monsoon will start in India and its winter in Oz and other parts and peak summer here in US :-) so what kind of recipes to post? I am just going to go with the flow but you will be seeing more summer recipes. (Of course, When you are in CA be a Californian right?)

Homemade Custard Ice-Cream with Tutti Frutti          

As my mango ice-cream turned out a super hit, I went ahead and tried few more ice cream recipes. Here is my second one for this season. Since I prepared my mango ice cream as a vegan one, for this I am going non-vegan. I used both heavy cream, regular 2% milk and also a bit of condensed milk. I love the subtle creamy color from the vanilla custard powder. I didn’t churn it thrice like the mango ice-cream. One churn was more than enough for the smooth and rice ice-cream.  The heavy cream and regular milk did the trick. :-)

Vaandu loves ice-creams in cone. So I always have store-bought cones. Here is my home made custard ice-cream served in cones for my little dude.

Homemade Custard Ice-Cream with Tutti Frutti

Ingredients:

  • Heavy Cream – 1 cup
  • Regular 2% milk – 3/4 cup + 1/4 cup
  • Condensed Milk – 2 tbsps
  • Sugar – 1/4 cup
  • Custard Powder (I used Vanilla Flavor) – 3 tbsps
  • Tutti Frutti – 3 to 4 tbsps

Steps:

  • Heat the 1/4 cup of milk either in microwave or in stove top until its luke warm.
  • To this 1/4 cup of luke warm milk, add the 3 tbsps of custard powder and mix well without any lumps.

Homemade Custard Ice-Cream with Tutti FruttiHomemade Custard Ice-Cream with Tutti Frutti

  • In a heavy bottom vessel or pan, boil the heavy cream and regular milk.
  • As they start to form the bubbles(it doesn’t need to boil), add the sugar and condensed milk.

Homemade Custard Ice-Cream with Tutti FruttiHomemade Custard Ice-Cream with Tutti Frutti

  • Turn the heat to low and add the custard powder milk mix.
  • Make sure all the ingredients are incorporated well and turn off the heat.

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  • Let it cool and then freeze it. I let it freeze for over night about 8 to 9 hours.
Homemade Custard Ice-Cream with Tutti Frutti

After overnight freezing

  • Remove this from the freezer and let it sit for about 15 minutes.
  • Blend this in a mixer-jar in parts and you can see the creamy texture in the first churn itself.
  • After blending all, add the tutti frutti and mix well and freeze again.
Homemade Custard Ice-Cream with Tutti Frutti

After Churning

That’s it. Home made custard ice-cream is ready.

Make sure the ice-cream is out of the freezer at least 10 minutes before serving. Add more tutti-frutti and serve in a cup or cone.

Homemade Custard Ice-Cream with Tutti Frutti

Notes:

  • Instead of heavy cream, you can add whole milk and regular milk or try either with whole milk or 2% toned milk.
  • Adjust the sugar and condensed milk according to your preference.
  • I used vanilla flavored custard powder and you can use any flavor you prefer.
  • Instead of tutti-frutti, chocolate chips can be added.
  • The milk doesn’t need to come to full boil. Keep stirring while boiling the milk.
  • If you feel single churn is not creamy enough, churn one more time.
Homemade Custard Ice-Cream with Tutti Frutti
Rich and creamy and smooth and silky homemade single churn custard ice cream with tutti frutti without ice-cream maker.
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Prep Time
20 min
Total Time
15 hr
Prep Time
20 min
Total Time
15 hr
Ingredients
  1. Heavy Cream - 1 cup
  2. Regular 2% milk - 3/4 cup + 1/4 cup
  3. Condensed Milk - 2 tbsps
  4. Sugar - 1/4 cup
  5. Custard Powder (I used Vanilla Flavor) - 3 tbsps
  6. Tutti Frutti - 3 to 4 tbsps
Instructions
  1. Heat the 1/4 cup of milk either in microwave or in stove top until its luke warm.
  2. To this 1/4 cup of luke warm milk, add the 3 tbsps of custard powder and mix well without any lumps.
  3. In a heavy bottom vessel or pan, boil the heavy cream and regular milk.
  4. As they start to form the bubbles(it doesn’t need to boil), add the sugar and condensed milk.
  5. Turn the heat to low and add the custard powder milk mix.
  6. Make sure all the ingredients are incorporated well and turn off the heat.
  7. Let it cool and then freeze it. I let it freeze for over night about 8 to 9 hours.
  8. Remove this from the freezer and let it sit for about 15 minutes.
  9. Blend this in a mixer-jar in parts and you can see the creamy texture in the first churn itself.
  10. After blending all, add the tutti frutti and mix well and freeze again.
  11. That’s it. Home made custard ice-cream is ready.
  12. Make sure the ice-cream is out of the freezer at least 10 minutes before serving. Add more tutti-frutti and serve in a cup or cone.
Notes
  1. Instead of heavy cream, you can add whole milk and regular milk or try either with whole milk or 2% toned milk.
  2. Adjust the sugar and condensed milk according to your preference.
  3. I used vanilla flavored custard powder and you can use any flavor you prefer.
  4. Instead of tutti-frutti, chocolate chips can be added.
  5. The milk doesn’t need to come to full boil. Keep stirring while boiling the milk.
  6. If you feel single churn is not creamy enough, churn one more time.
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