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Tin Can Ice Cream Recipe

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It’s summer time. And that means lazy days at the pool. Staying up late and getting to sleep in. Campouts, cook outs, and informal get togethers. And ice cream. Lots and lots of ice cream.

I’m a sucker for ice cream. It’s easily on my list of top five foods I can not live without. And I love homemade ice cream…there is something about its simple and slushy consistency that is perfection in a bowl.

But homemade ice cream can be a pain. A huge pain. And because it is a pain…I usually don’t make it.

Well, a couple of years ago, at the annual 4th of July party we attend, one of my friends had the kiddos make this Tin Can Ice Cream Recipe.

And even though it was a simple recipe, it was darn good ice cream. And it was EASY. So easy, that the kids made it all.by.them.selves.

So on top of good, it was a great project that kept them entertained for a hour or so instead of trying to blow up old tomatoes. (That’s another story…)

Tin Coffee Can Ice Cream Recipe | Kansas City Mamas

June is national dairy month. In addition to celebrating all things dairy, Midwest Dairy has teamed up with Feeding America to donate $1 (up to $20k) for every view to the Feedin’ A Nation YouTube video. (So go by and take a look, because you’ll help feed a family by watching a farm family.)

So this month, I’m celebrating national dairy month and families. And we are committed to making a couple of batches of tin can ice cream and sharing it with neighbors because we blessed that we can afford to do so and ice cream makes everything better.

Disclosure:  I am partnering in a compensated capacity with Midwest Dairy Association to create recipes and share information about the importance of a national dairy month. As always, all opinions expressed are entirely my own. Want more information – check out myDisclosure Statement.