Classic Ice Cream Recipes Ebook

Over 300 Old Time Frozen Dessert Recipes

Now with my Classic Ice Cream Recipes Ebook, you can make homemade ice creams that taste better than anything you can buy at the store!

Don Bell, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada

From: Don Bell, Peterborough, ON

Date: 

Subject: How to Make the Best Tasting Ice Cream Ever!


Dear Fellow Ice Cream Lover,

Store-bought ice cream tastes good, but its taste simply cannot compare to the unique texture, richness of flavor, and smoothness of taste found in old fashioned ice cream. Not in a million years. If you have never tasted authentic homemade ice cream, the kind Grandma used to make, then you are in for a real treat.

Are Ice Creams Like These Sold Today?

In a word: No. That's because homemade ice cream needs to be eaten within 24 hours after making it to experience its fully ripe flavor. You have to make it yourself using the same all-natural ingredients and original recipes that Grandma used.

The good news is it's easy to make, and the results are always creamy and delicious.

And, you don't need any expensive equipment. My step-by-step instructions show you how to make ice creams, sherbets, and other frozen treats using only your refrigerator freezer.

You can also use your modern electric ice cream machine, or a hand-cranked churn, if you have one.

Enjoy the Old Time Taste

I gew up with a love for authentic homemade ice cream. When I was a youngster on the farm back in the 1950s, we made our own ice cream treats from scratch using the fresh Jersey cream from our dairy cows. I never forgot the amazing taste of that homemade ice cream.

Thanks to Grandma's favorite recipes, I can still enjoy it anytime.

Now, so can you with...

Classic Ice Cream Recipes: Over 300 Old Time Ice Creams from the Best Early Cookbooks

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My 205-page Ebook features over 300 classic ice cream recipes for making flavors such as strawberry, chocolate, vanilla bean, ginger, lemon, pistachio, maraschino, brown bread, praline, Kentucky pudding, harlequin, violet, plus many more old time favorites.

There are also recipes for a wide variety of sherbets, water ices, frozen parfaits, and other frozen desserts.

Just imagine treating your family and friends to old fashioned ice-cream-parlor treats like sodas, ice cream sandwiches, homemade waffle cones, and sundaes.

Everyone will love the flavor of your old fashioned ice cream and be amazed when you say you made it all yourself.

Master the Secrets to Ice Cream Making

  • How to promote rapid ice cream freezing for smoother texture

  • How to "ripen" ice cream to have it bursting with flavor

  • The secret to making authentic ice cream sodas that fizz longer

  • How to create swirls and layers for spectacular frozen desserts

  • The correct way to add fruit to ice cream to retain natural flavor

  • The one ingredient you must add to prevent milk-based ice creams from becoming too hard when frozen (see page 42)

  • The vegetarian milk substitute that gives a creamy ice cream taste

  • Natural flavoring ingredients for recreating the old time flavors

Here's What's Included

  • 25-page History of Ice Cream — discover some amazing facts

  • Step-by-step instructions for making authentic homemade ice creams like Grandma used to make

  • Over 300 ice cream recipes, as they appeared in classic cookbooks and handwritten recipe journals over a century ago


Everything you see above is included when you order today.

I take care to provide the best information in an easy-to-use PDF Ebook format that you can read on your computer screen or print out on your printer, and I want you to receive your purchase with the utmost confidence.

That's why you get my...

60-Day Money-Back Guarantee

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Download Classic Ice Cream Recipes today and take up to a full 60 days to evaluate and use the Ebook. If you are unable to make quality ice cream like Grandma's, just let me know and I'll give you your money back.

No questions asked.

Consider it your 60-day trial to discover that ice cream making is easy — completely risk free.

Still Unsure?...

Order Now and Receive a Bonus Ebook

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Yes, if you order now, I will include a second Ebook with your purchase at no extra cost or obligation to you: Classic Frozen Dessert Recipes (Value: $4.95 USD).

200 old fashioned recipes for a variety of nostalgic ice creams, sherbets, water ices, and frozen puddings.

All the recipes were originally published in the late 1800s by Maria Parloa, Mary Lincoln, and Fannie Farmer of the former Boston Cooking School.

Here's What's Included In Your Bonus

Miss Parloa's Recipes

You'll get Miss Parloa's collection of tasty frozen dessert recipes that are credited to either her invention or modification. There are also delicious sauce recipes (ice cream toppings) to compliment your favorite flavor of ice cream.

Plus, instructions for making the fancy paper cases in which frozen desserts were often served in the late 1800s. You'll enjoy making these delicious frozen treats.

Mrs. Lincoln's Recipes

You'll get Mrs. Lincoln's directions and tips for freezing ice creams using an ice cream churn along with five of the best foundation recipes for making creamy smooth ice cream that you'll ever come across.

And, there's Mrs. Lincoln's awesome collection of recipes for all manners of original ice creams, frozen puddings, mousses, sherbets, and water ices. Heavenly treats that are fun to make. True "Frozen Dainties" you won't be able to resist.

Miss Fanny Farmer's Recipes

You'll get Miss Fannie Farmer's amazing collection of ice cream and frozen dessert recipes. These original, tried-and-true recipes for traditional sherbets, mousses, frozen puddings, frappés, water ices and ice creams are among the finest available.

Also included are recipes for making scrumptious macaroons, méringues and topping sauces, with simple instructions on how to incorporate them into fancy frozen treats for any festive occasion.

Of particular interest is Miss Farmer's original recipe for making crispy homemade wafers that can be rolled into cornucopia shapes to serve as ice cream cones. You'll really enjoy these classic ice cream recipes!

It's All Yours!

Grab both Ebooks (Total Value: $9.90 USD) for the single low price of $4.95 USD.

A tremendous value!

By downloading Classic Ice Cream Recipes now, you'll receive the low, low price, PLUS your bonus Ebook of 200 additional frozen dessert recipes.

Get a total of over 500 classic ice cream recipes, plus all the instructions you need to get started making your very own frozen desserts.


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Yes, I Want These Ebooks

Provide me with instant access to your Classic Ice Cream Recipes Ebook, so I can start to make my own vintage ice creams and frozen desserts today.

I understand this offer includes instant online access to:

  • The 205-page Classic Ice Cream Recipes Ebook with over 300 old fashioned recipes

  • BONUS 160-page Classic Frozen Dessert Recipes Ebook with over 200 old fashioned recipes for ice cream treats.


I understand that if I order today, I can take advantage of the low price of $4.95 USD, and I'll be able to access everything instantly.

CLICK HERE to claim your Ebook and link to your secure order page.


Making you own ice creams may sound difficult, at first, but my Classic Ice Cream Recipes Ebook was compiled with this in mind. It will give you the easy instructions and recipes you need to get started, but it's up to you to begin making ice cream.

I bet you can hardly wait.

Sincerely,

Don Bell

Don Bell
Your Fellow Ice Cream Maker

P.S. Don't miss out on these recipes. You will love the taste of homemade ice cream. You can download your Ebook and begin making your own frozen desserts immediately.

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