Curious Creamery Deluxe Bacon Ice Cream

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Curious Creamery Deluxe Bacon Ice Cream

Who hasn’t looked at a big bowl of ice cream and thought, “this needs bacon?” Well, the folks at The Curious Creamery have developed a way to make delicious home made ice cream without all the hassle of using a machine. All you need is some of your favorite ice-cold liquid, some flavorings, a few mix-ins and you can have a quart of amazing ice cream in no time! The best part is, each tub comes with TWO packets of mix so you can re-use the tub and make a second batch in case you eat the first tub in one sitting like we did. Whoops! Head over to BaconFreak.com to get your deluxe bacon ice cream kit! We made a quick video to show you just how easy it is.

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MAKES 2 ONE-QUART TUBS

Curious Creamer Deluxe Bacon Ice Cream Kit

comes with the following:

  • 1 Curious Creamery Tub (holds 32 oz)
  • 2 packets of ice cream mix (5.1 oz, Curious Creamery kit comes with 2 packets)
  • 1 packet of Boss Hog’s Hickory Smoked Bacon Bits
  • 1 Bacon Freak Bacon Brownie, chopped
  • 1 Boss Hog Buttercrunch Toffee, chopped

  • You Will Also Need:

  • 400 ML (13.5 oz) milk*, ice cold, divided
  • 6 Tbsp maple syrup, divided

  • 1. In your tub, whisk together The Curious Creamery mix with 200 ml (6.75 oz) of ice cold milk and 3 tablespoons of maple syrup on low speed for 30 seconds. Increase speed to high and beat for 2-3 minutes until the volume has doubled.

    2. Stir in half of the bacon bits, half of the brownie chunks, and half of the toffee pieces until combined. Save the remaining ingredients for you second batch of ice cream.

    3. Place in very cold freezer. Heavy mix-ins like these have a tendency to sink to the bottom, so it’s best to stir the mixture again once it gets to a semi-frozen state. Return to freezer until solid and frozen through.

    4. Serve, enjoy, and re-use the tub to make your second batch!

    *You may use whatever liquid you would like. If you are adding alcohol to your liquids, it will take longer to freeze. Using liquids that are extremely cold will help yield a fluffier ice cream.

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