Easy No-Churn Ice Cream: The ‘No Equipment Necessary’ Guide to Standout Homemade Ice Cream (Paperback)

Easy No-Churn Ice Cream: The ‘No Equipment Necessary’ Guide to Standout Homemade Ice Cream By Heather Templeton Cover Image
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Indulgent, Melt-In-Your-Mouth Ice Cream—No Machine Needed!

It’s easier than ever to make decadent, delicious ice cream without any extra equipment, thanks to Heather Templeton’s incredible no-churn technique. In this must-have collection, Heather of Heather’s Home Bakery is here to help you make incredible flavors of your own homemade ice cream—no ice cream machine necessary! All you have to do is combine easy-to-find ingredients, pour them into a pan, then freeze and enjoy.

Join Heather as she teaches you how to recreate your favorite ice cream classics, from Creamy Vanilla and Rich Chocolate to Bold Coffee and Nostalgic Cookies and Cream. Or find your new favorite flavor as you craft impeccable combinations like Frozen London Fog and Caramel Popcorn Crunch. Best of all, Heather includes suggestions for ingredient swaps so you can customize each batch to your heart’s content. Any flavor can be gluten-free or dairy-free—it’s up to you! Once you’ve made a batch of amazing, affordable homemade ice cream, you won’t be able to go back to store-bought pints—and thanks to this incredible guide, you won’t need to.

About the Author

Heather Templeton is the founder, photographer and recipe developer behind the blog and Instagram account Heather’s Home Bakery. Her recipes have been featured in Sunset, the feedfeed, Harry & David and more. She lives in Medford, Oregon.

Praise For…

“Heather’s collection of no-churn ice cream recipes is a no-brainer for ice cream lovers in search of simple and inspired recipes.”
—Kate Wood, founder of Wood and Spoon and author of Her Daily Bread

“Heather’s approach to homemade ice cream is super convenient. Between all the classics and the unique flavors, the only ice cream shop you’ll be looking for is your kitchen!”
—Bernice Baran, founder of Baran Bakery and author of Frosted

“With so many unique flavor combinations and approachable recipes, I’ll never buy storebought ice cream again!”
—Ginny Dyer, founder of In Bloom Bakery

“From novice ice cream makers to expert ice cream enthusiasts alike, this droolworthy collection has, quite literally, a spoonful of flavor for everyone.”
—Kindra Lloyd, founder of The Rose Wife

“Heather’s easy, approachable and ultimately amazing ice cream recipes will inspire you to get in the kitchen to start your very own ice cream adventure.”
—Katie Stymiest, founder of Caked by Katie

Product Details
ISBN: 9781645675983
ISBN-10: 164567598X
Publisher: Page Street Publishing
Publication Date: July 12th, 2022
Pages: 152
Language: English



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