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Science Project: How to Make Homemade Ice Cream

Ice cream is definitely one of the most delicious treats you can have, but did you know you don’t only have to buy it at the store? You can make it yourself! Back to Article

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miss.pinkyblue
miss.pinkyblue wrote:
2012-04-28 12:24:48 -0700

tryed dosent work Frustrated

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kawaiibubz
kawaiibubz wrote:
2012-04-26 13:18:19 -0700

this is awesome!

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96kait
96kait wrote:
2012-04-25 14:11:31 -0700

Is deff gonna make some this summer Big Grin

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membershipgirl
membershipgirl wrote:
2012-04-13 11:44:19 -0700

Yum! That would be delicouse xD

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Arianna.0923
Arianna.0923 wrote:
2012-04-12 21:08:14 -0700

WOW! You are so intelligent Punk

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Verma-S2213
Verma-S2213 wrote:
2012-04-08 09:45:02 -0700

this tastes tasty hahaha!

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Verma-S2213
Verma-S2213 wrote:
2012-04-08 01:56:01 -0700

niceeeeee!!!

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PrincessJasmia2002
PrincessJasmia2002 wrote:
2012-04-07 04:35:07 -0700

OMG I like butterscotch too! And also strawberry, vanilla, cookies and cream, and most of all... is Banana Pudding ice-cream! You should try it!

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PrincessJasmia2002
PrincessJasmia2002 wrote:
2012-04-07 04:32:52 -0700

You know I had a test on this in reading class about homemade ice-cream in February. And all of those directions look just like the ones on the test! But that ice cream do look yummy by the way!

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aasthapoddar78
aasthapoddar78 wrote:
2012-04-07 04:29:06 -0700

Mine also

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Fiona 123
Fiona 123 wrote:
2012-04-07 04:24:42 -0700

my fav icecream is butterscotch icecream with chocolate sause!!

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membershipgirl
membershipgirl wrote:
2012-04-02 13:04:17 -0700

I love Ice cream alot but sometimes its so cold it makes me have brain freeze.

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crazycookie18
crazycookie18 wrote:
2012-03-24 04:40:52 -0700

My fav is cookie n cream!

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@shley99
@shley99 wrote:
2012-03-20 03:33:03 -0700

nice

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Nisha to cute to be Bhadd
Nisha to cute to be Bhadd wrote:
2012-03-19 20:34:55 -0700

I made dizz before it wasn't hard at all n it tasted so gudd

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aliyanna705
aliyanna705 wrote:
2012-03-19 08:43:16 -0700

yum that looks so good

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Hearttte1000
Hearttte1000 wrote:
2012-03-19 07:32:44 -0700

i love ice creeam!!

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pinkpancakez4
pinkpancakez4 wrote:
2012-03-19 04:38:54 -0700

I could try this.But im making it Choc.........

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crazyprincess!
crazyprincess! wrote:
2012-03-19 04:09:49 -0700

@shiney ur right!!

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missphilly412
missphilly412 wrote:
2012-03-18 23:55:29 -0700

i'm trying this

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Where Was Ice Cream Invented?

  • United States.
  • France.
  • China.
  • Iceland.

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