Next, you'll need to get some quart-sized containers. That's what I bought at The Dollar Tree yesterday that resulted in Becks hurling balls all over the place. I'm sure Ziploc or Gladware will serve the same purpose, but I'm el cheapo so it was Sure Fresh for me. And 2 for a $1 is a great deal.Now, recruit your favorite graham-cracker-eatin' kiddo to help do the pouring, mixing, and taste-testing. Sorry, mine is not for hire. He exclusively works for his mamma.
Now, follow Darby's directions and whisk together a mixture of sweetened condensed milk, chocolate, salt, vanilla, and sour cream.
Then get your mix on and whip up some heavy cream until it's all whipped creamy. Taste-testing optional but recommended. Just to be sure it whipped creamy enough.
Turns out it's pretty delicious.
Then, whisk in some whipped cream into the original mixture and then fold in the rest. You'll wind up with something that looks like this...
Freeze it for at least 6 hours and then you'll have this....Oh, and you'll also be left with a big, sticky mess to clean up. And I'm not talking about Beckham.
But, oh so worth it! It was delish! Absolutely one of the creamiest ice creams I've ever tasted! I totally recommend this for an easy, machine-free batch of ice cream. Maybe strawberry next time!