Sunday, June 7, 2009

Vanilla Frozen Custard

My Wisconsin upbringing, which involved a lot of frozen custard
as well as
My father-in-law's visit and love of ice cream
this recipe from the American Egg Board

Notes: We mixed in some crushed Butterfinger before the second freeze. Delicious! If you haven't tried frozen custard, you must make this.

Tim's Rating: 10/10
Liz's Rating: 10/10


Stretchad said...

Yum! I might have to try this but add in Heath instead of the Butterfinger.

Bridget said...

Is frozen custard a regional thing? There was a place I loved to go for it in South Bend, IN, but no where I've lived since then (upstate NY, Philadelphia) seems to have it.

Celeste said...

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Joelen said...

OMG... how I miss frozen custard from my college days! While studying in WI, I used to hit up Kopps Custard in Milwaukee... and then there's always good ol' Culvers. Thanks for sharing this - I hope to make this sometime this summer. (I've missed commenting on your blog for a bit so it's so good to have some time and catch up with all your cooking/baking! :) )

Kerstin said...

I love frozen custard, and like Joelen, used to get it in WI. How awesome you made it at home and put the butterfingers in - yum!

Leslie said...

I've never heard of frozen custard but now I must try it! It looks great with the Butterfingers.

Liz said...

I *think* frozen custard is primarily a Wisconsin thing, but I didn't want to write that in the post or I would probably have been slammed :)

Culvers is a chain of frozen custard places that is starting to spread across the US, but trust me it isn't as good as the local Wisconsin places I love (or homemade)!