Thursday, July 21, 2011

Vintage Recipe Thursday: Pineapple Ice Cream Recipe

This pineapple ice cream can instantly transport you to Hawaii, even if you are going on a staycation. That's what flavors and scents do to us. One whiff of a certain perfume, and we are a child in the arms of our grandmother. One bite of pineapple and we are on vacation in Hawaii.

This recipe couldn't be any easier, just blend the ingredients together, pour into your ice cream maker, and ... DONE.

With an electric ice cream maker, you'll be eating this ice cream in about 20 minutes.  So don't miss out.  Make your own ice cream.

And please share your own vintage recipes with all of us.  The definition of vintage is as little as 10 years old. Add your recipes to the linky below.

Oahu Day 3
Flickr/Francis Ramos

Pineapple Ice Cream Recipe

1 cup cream
2 cups milk
1 cup crushed pineapple and juice
3 tablespoons lemon juice
1/2 cup sugar
Few grains salt

Combine ingredients. Pour into freezer. Freeze. 8 servings. Mrs. A. S., Pawhuska, Okla.

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  1. Oh my, that looks amazing! I want to try watermelon ice cream if our watermelon make it to ripe :-)

  2. You are in trouble now. My two favorites. Pineapple and Ice Cream. Thanks.Here comes some more pounds.LOL

  3. Oh my God this looks so good and i`m sure that it is delicious too. I think it is not a very difficult recipe so i will give it a try, thanks a lot for sharing.

  4. I just added you to my link list. I appreciate all your hard work for this linky....see you next week!

  5. Thank you all for commenting and for linking.

    K: Thank you. I appreciate it. See you next week for VRT. :-)

  6. Hi! Thank you for stopping by my blog and for the invite! I've just linked up.
    Your pineapple ice cream looks so good! I could have this everyday!
    Have a nice weekend!

  7. Your Pineapple ice cream looks and sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing!

  8. Love this pineapple ice cream recipe. With all this heat I think I'll be making ice cream.

    Thanks for sharing,

  9. Oh, we just love ice cream. That looks so cooling. I cant wait to try this on the grand kids!

  10. Thank you for the link. I just love sharing recipes.

  11. KF: Welcome! Thank you for linking your Frozen Strawberry Yogurt. :-) I hope you link up again next week.

    Hazel: Thanks. Glad you stopped by.

    Joanne: Ice scream is one of my favorite ways to beat the heat, plus it's so much fun.

    Bonnie: Welcome to the vintage party. Thanks for linking your mom's lemon ice. Hope to see you again next week.

  12. Joy, this looks absolutely amazing! I LOVE fresh pineapple...on anything! =)

    I have my "Flash-back-Friday" linky up and would love for you to link up an old post (or two) if you get the chance! Its like lookin in an old scrapbook--so much fun!
    Cookin' for my Captain's FBF #9

    Have a great weekend!

  13. Hi Joy!

    Thank you so much for stopping by Concetta's Cafe and inviting me to your party! I am linking up 3 recipes because they are all well over 10 years!!!

    Your ice cream sounds so refreshing! I am going to make this delicious treat!

    Thank you for hosting! I see you also do a dessert party on Mondays - I will be there for sure!


  14. That looks amazing! It would be awesome to have on a hot summer day like today! Thanks for sharing!

  15. I love pineapple anything. This looks so refreshing for our 100 degree weather. Yum.

  16. Oh my goodness this looks amazing! I have a cuisinart Ice Cream Maker that I have not even used this year, so I might have to try this!

    Thanks for showing off!

  17. Carolyn: Thanks for the invite. :-)

    Concetta: Thank you for linking those wonderful recipes, and I'm glad you'll be linking on Mondays too.

    Sarah and Carolina H.S.: Pineapple is so refreshing, it's great when it's so hot.

    Carlee: I love to use my ice cream makers. Homemade ice cream is so tasty.

  18. This looks so cool and refreshing, perfect for summer! Thanks for sharing on A Well-Seasoned Life's Sweet Indulgences Sunday.


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