All New 3 Homemade Ice cream Flavors

Surprise your children and loved ones with these easy to make homemade ice cream
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three ice cream flavors

Homemade Strawberry, Cocoa, and Mango Ice Cream

This ice cream recipe only has three ingredients. Well, actually, the ice cream base only has Two. How awesome is that! Plus, you could add in any flavor you like. You can do this at home and be very creative.
Course Dessert

Ingredients
  

For the Ice cream base

  • 2 cups whipping cream (or heavy and all-purpose cream ) keep chilled before using
  • 1 cup condensed milk keep chilled before using

For the ice cream flavor

  • ½ cup strawberry puree comment below if you'd like a recipe of the strawberry puree
  • ¼ cup mango puree
  • 2 tbsp cocoa powder
  • ½ cup chocolate chips

Instructions
 

  • For the ice cream base
  • In an electric mixer on medium speed, blend whipping cream until form peaks.
  • Turn mixer on low, and add in the condensed milk.
  • Blend again on medium for 30 seconds or until well blended.

Make your homemade Strawberry Ice Cream

  • In a contain, add a cup of your ice cream base and ½ cup of strawberry puree.
  • Give a quick mix, and pop in the freezer for at least 4 hours.

Make you homemade Mango ice cream

  • In a contain, add a cup of your ice cream base and ¼ cup of mango puree.
  • Give a quick mix, and pop in the freezer for at least 4 hours.

Make you homemade Cocoa Chocolate Chips ice Cream

  • Add the 2 tbsp of cocoa and chocolate chips into your mixer.
  • Mix it them until well blended.
  • Transfer the ice cream in a fridge-safe container; top it with more chocolate chips if preferred.
  • Pop it in the freezer for at least 4 hours before serving.

Notes

Up the measurement if needed.
You may add as much as 3 tbsp. of cocoa powder if you like the ice cream to be a bit bitter.
Other to die for homemade ice cream, Oreo, KitKat, and M&M Ice Cream
3 Ice cream flavors
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Krathong Making

Loy Krathong is a Thai celebration that happens in the month of November, wherein Thais float their krathongs in any body of water or fly Chinese lanterns in the air on the night of the festivity. However, prior to this, in schools, students make their own krathongs and sometimes join a krathong making contest.

Here are the materials needed in making a krathong.

  • Banana trunk
  • Leaves
  • Pins
  • Flowers

Procedure:

  1. Cut banana trunk into 2 to 3 inches chunks.

    chunk of banana trunk wrapped in leaves
  2. Wrap it with leaves. It could be banana or some other kind will do. You may also fold strips of banana leaves into triangular shapes resembling a lotus to cover the chunk of banana trunk with.
  3. Use pins to secure the decoration into the banana trunk base.
  4. Decorate it with different kinds of flowers.
  5. Finally, stick in a candle and incense sticks.

 

Thai people add in the krathong lock of their hair and pieces of trimmed nails.  This is to symbolize that they are want to drive off misfortune and bad things in the past.

 

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Krathong Making Contest

Loy Krathong is celebrated on the month of November.  The word “loy” means to float in English.  Krathong, on the other hand, does not have an exact English equivalent as far as I know.  If you have any idea please let us know in the comment section below.  It is somewhat like a floral “float” made from either banana trunk or bread, with a candle and incense sticks. They then float this on a river, lake, or pond.

Some schools run a contest to make krathong making even more exciting and memorable.  In the university I work with, students majoring in English were responsible in running the entire program, which started with a brief history of the celebration; followed by the krathong making; and finally the contest.  Students and staff were welcomed to participate.  Everyone gathered in the faculty hall, took the materials, and made their krathong for an hour.

 

Here are this year’s beautiful krathongs (2015)

Happy Loy Krathong!

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