Homemade ‘Ice Cream’

I love Instagram, its full of awesome photographs, shops and other delightful things, one of those things that keeps popping up in my suggestions feed is rolled ice cream..

These originate from Thailand, but after watching a video from Threadbanger and doing many many googles for the recipe I decided to try it out, but not to roll it up, just make a tub of ice cream from the ingredient that I found on this post.

and of course in the fine words of Jeremy Clarkson… how hard can it be?


The ingredients are pretty simple and not that hard to find, the only thing I didn’t use are the paint scrapers, as I am not rolling them, and I don’t have a skillet… but here is a rundown of what I used

  • 3 Tbsp. whole milk
  • ¼ cup. heavy cream
  • 1 Tbsp. sugar
  • a pinch of salt
  • Strawberries

img_3253-5Measure out the correct amount of all ingredients, and add the sugar, milk and cream together into a bowl or pan, heat up the mixture until the sugar has dissolved fully

Blend up something to mix in, I used strawberries as they are very in season at the moment, add it to the mixture and stir.

Empty out into a suitable container that can easily be stored into the freezer and freeze for 4 hours, or however long you wish.


The next morning, I pulled it out of the freezer, I had to pop it into the microwave for a few seconds to soften up as our freezer is a bit too cold at the moment, but once that was done..

I present you with homemade strawberry ice cream, made with ingredients used for Thai ice cream rolls!

Which you can see in the below pictures, went down extremely well, I am for sure going to make a bigger batch and tweak it a little bit, my mum suggested I mix the cream up a bit and add more air into..


I call that a successful attempt at homemade ice cream! the children told me it tasted like yummy creamy strawberries, Now I must try different fruits or maybe even some chocolate!!

Have a go yourself..

Until next time

Mummy Cat



12 thoughts on “Homemade ‘Ice Cream’

  1. My mom bought a home ice cream maker and we’ve been trying things out–it’s pretty fun! This one looks delicious!

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