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How do I Make Ice Cream Out of Jell-O Pudding Mix?

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author image Carolyn Robbins
Carolyn Robbins began writing in 2006. Her work appears on various websites and covers various topics including neuroscience, physiology, nutrition and fitness. Robbins graduated with a bachelor of science degree in biology and theology from Saint Vincent College.
How do I Make Ice Cream Out of Jell-O Pudding Mix?
How do I Make Ice Cream Out of Jell-O Pudding Mix? Photo Credit Santy Gibson/Demand Media

Homemade ice cream can be quite a project. Most recipes call for a custard base, which requires careful heating, cooling and whisking before you pour your ingredients into an ice cream maker. An easier way to make ice cream is to use Jell-O pudding mix as a base. The powdered pudding contains thickeners, which will stabilize your ice cream without meticulous kitchen chemistry. The result will be a thick, sweet and creamy dessert that will impress your friends and family.

Step 1

How do I Make Ice Cream Out of Jell-O Pudding Mix?
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Prepare your tools and ingredients. Read the manufacturer's instructions for your ice cream maker. You may need to chill the bowl for several hours before you make ice cream. Put milk in the fridge for a few hours to chill.

Step 2

How do I Make Ice Cream Out of Jell-O Pudding Mix?
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Whisk together milk, sugar, vanilla extract and pudding mix in a large bowl. Continue mixing until the liquid is smooth and free of lumps. Pudding mix is already sweet, so add sugar gradually to avoid an overly saccharine dessert.

Step 3

How do I Make Ice Cream Out of Jell-O Pudding Mix?
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Pour the pudding mixture into the ice-cream maker bowl and follow the manufacturer's instructions.

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