1. Easiest-Ever Homemade Blizzard (without an ice cream maker!)
Using just three ingredients plus your favorite toppings, you can whip up a from-scratch, blizzard-style treat that’s far healthier than the machine-derived stuff but just as fun! All you need are ice cube trays and a Vitamix or food processor. The ice cream base is made simply with milk ice cubes, sugar and vanilla, and from there you can add in your favorite blizzard toppings: think chopped chocolate, cookies, nuts, granola, candy bars…. You name it. Since there are no stabilizers in the ice cream it melts quickly, but that’s part of its charm—it’s utterly refreshing and light. I definitely suggest using whole milk, as low-fat milk will be icier. A rich nut milk, such as homemade cashew milk, is also delicious. The blizzards should be enjoyed soon after they’re made (this isn’t an ice cream you’ll want to freeze longterm), so eat up!
|3 ½ cups whole milk, divided|
|1/2 teaspoon vanilla paste or vanilla extract|
|2/3 cup (2.5 ounces) powdered sugar|
|1/2 cup (or more!) add-ins, such as chopped chocolate, crumbled cookies, crushed graham crackers, granola, chopped candy bars and/or chopped nuts or nut butter|
|1. Pour 3 cups of the milk into 2 ice cube trays. Freeze until solid, about 2 hours. (Once frozen, the ice cubes can be transferred to a zip-top freezer bag and stored in the freezer for up to 2 days.)|
|2. Pour ½ cup of milk into a Vitamix or food processor. Add the vanilla paste and powdered sugar. Blend until combined.|
|3. Add the milk ice cubes. If using a Vitamix, slowly increase the speed to high while using the tamper to press the ingredients into the blades; blend until smooth. If using a food processor, process, scraping the sides occasionally, until smooth. Stop and add your add-ins.|
|4. Blend again on high, stirring with the tamper (or pulse if using a food processor), until the add-ins are incorporated, about 3-5 seconds. If you can resist not devouring it right away, scrape the ice cream into a metal bowl and freeze it for 15 minutes, stirring halfway through (this will help it set up). Don’t freeze for too long, otherwise it will harden. Divide the blizzards into bowls and serve!|
2. Easy Homemade Blizzard
This Easy Homemade Blizzard made with just ice cream, your favorite mix-in(s) and a few key steps for a delicious, thick treat!
|6 scoops vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt (or any ice cream flavor)|
|1/3 cup crushed mix-ins (Oreos, M&M’s, Butterfinger, Snickers, Reese’s Pieces, peanut butter cups, Nutter Butters, granola, homemade chocolate chip cookies, brownie, cake, cupcake, etc.)|
|1. Place mixing bowl in the freezer for at least 10 minutes before using.|
|2. Scoop ice cream into the bowl of an electric stand mixer with the paddle attachment. Beat on medium speed until ice cream is creamy, about a minute, scraping down the sides of the bowl with a spatula as needed.|
|3. Add mix-ins and beat on low speed just a few times until mix-ins are mixed evenly throughout the ice cream.|
|4. Scoop mixture into serving cups and dig in!|
3. Dairy Queen Blizzard
When the United States was emerging from the Great Depression in 1938, J.F. McCullough was experimenting with the idea of creating a new frozen dairy product. McCullough felt ice cream tasted better when it was soft and dispensed fresh from the freezder, not frozen solid. To test his theory with the public, McCulllough held and "All-the-Ice-Cream-You-Can-Eat-for-Only-10-Cents" sale at a friend's ice cream store. More than 1,600 people were served the soft ice cream in the course of two hours. Convinced that the new product was a big hit, McCullough had to find a machine that could dispense the product at the right consistency. It wasn't long before he found Harry Oltz, the inventory of a freezer that could do the job. In 1940 McCullough opened the first Dairy Queen in Joliet, Illinois.As of 1991 the company claimed to have more than 5,300 retail stores in the United States and twelve other countries. Since its creation in 1985, the Blizzard has shot to the top as the most popular Dairy Queen product, with more than 200 million of the treats sold each year. This is my version of the ice cream Blizzard with Heath candy bar bits in it.Source: Top Secret Recipes by Todd Wilbur.
|1 Heath candy bar|
|1/4 cup milk|
|2 1/2 cups vanilla ice cream|
|1 teaspoon fudge topping|
4. Tropical Blizzard Drink recipe
Complete drink recipe for Banana Liqueur 🍾 based cocktail 🍸 is mixed with 4 extra ingredients 🍾: Coconut Cream, Melon liqueur, Pineapple Juice, Rum
|1 oz Banana Liqueur|
|1 oz Coconut Cream|
|1 oz Melon liqueur|
|2 oz Pineapple Juice|
|1 oz Rum|
|1. mix the ingredients together with ice|
|2. pour into glass|
5. Oreo Blizzard Recipe
Homemade Oreo Blizzard Recipe is a quick copycat Dairy Queen ice cream treat that's ready in minutes. This is the best blizzard recipe made right at home.
|1/2 cup crush Oreos (about 6 cookies)|
|2 cups vanilla ice cream|
|1. Place the metal bowl of your stand mixer in the freezer for 10 minutes. If you don't have a metal bowl with your stand mixer, skip this step. Placing the bowl in the freezer will help maintain the creamy texture of a blizzard.|
|2. While the bowl is in the freezer crush 6 Oreos into small chunks. Don't crush them too much, you don't want Oreo powder.|
|3. Remove the bowl from the freezer and re-attach to your stand mixer. Add the vanilla ice cream and mix with the the stand mixer paddle until smooth and creamy.|
|4. Add the cookie chunks and mix until well incorporated.|
|5. Spoon into a cup and enjoy immediately.|
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