Vanilla Malted Marshmallow Ice Cream //
I will admit it NOW…I have been in the biggest bad mood that I think I have ever been in. We were robbed of our summer by two weeks. Our school district moved back school to start earlier than last year and the year prior. I want to scream every morning that the alarm clock has buzzed for the past three weeks.
So for now I will stop whining and crying and I will relive summer for the few moments we have left with this Vanilla Malted Marshmallow Ice Cream.
Summer for our family was eventful and beautiful all at once. We visited Yosemite and Mammoth and enjoyed it in all its beauty. We lost my beloved dog Lulu and my Grandfather. It brought my little family close together as these losses were painful. We focused on fun, beach days, and s’mores at sunset.
It was a joy having my kids’ home. Life seems to be bit easier (in some ways) the older they get as we get to enjoy more of the great outdoors without worrying about racing home for nap time. So yes you can say I am a bit depressed about it. I know it will get easier, but for now I will add a scoop of this Vanilla Malted Marshmallow Ice Cream in a large glass and top with root beer or maybe adult root beer (wink).
Make this Labor Day Weekend and we guarantee it will make summer last a little bit LONGER….
- 2½ cups heavy whipping cream
- 1 cup milk (2 percent or whole)
- 3 tablespoons malt milk powder
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 1 jar of marshmallow cream
- 1 cup sugar (I used Zulka Pure Cane Sugar)
- In a small bowl whisk together the milk, malt powder, sugar, and vanilla until sugar is dissolved.
- Add in the heavy whipping cream and mix together until all is incorporated.
- Pour this mixture into a chilled ice cream maker bowl with the paddle attached and top on.
- Turn on the machine and let the ice cream churn for approx. 20 minutes until thickened and fluffy.
- Turn off the machine and spoon in the marshmallow cream into the ice cream bowl.
- Turn the machine back on and let it churn for an additional 3 minutes.
- Turn off the machine and place the ice cream into a freezer safe container and chill for 2 hours.