Eagle Brand Recipes 2010

Summer Berrilicious Ice Cream
DM of Massaschusetts shares this recipe.

Hi, I don't have a blog but love making ice cream.
Here is one of my recipes. Yum! It is  a beautiful black raspberry color and is nice and creamy. quick to make up. If you wish sieve the seeds as the blackberries have huge seeds. Blueberries would work well in this too!

3 cups pureed fresh or thawed frozen unsweetened strawberries, raspberries and blackberries (sieve seeds)
1 (14-ounce) can Eagle Brand® Sweetened Condensed Milk
2 cups heavy cream
Garnish: fresh berries


COMBINE berries and sweetened condensed milk, in a medium sized covered bowl. Chill for at least an hour.

Mix in cream and stir.

POUR into ice cream freezer container.

FREEZE according to manufacturer's instructions. For a firmer consistency place in the freezer for two hours before serving.

Yield 1 ½ qt.

To serve garnish with more fresh berries if desired


Eagle Brand's Decadent Dulce de Leche Ice Cream

Sue of Collinsville, CT created this recipe:

OK, so this was my very FIRST time making ice cream. Ever.

It was such a huge success! Bethany at Scoopalicious has definitely converted me into an Ice Cream chef.

When I heard about this contest there was no question as to which direction I was going to take for flavors. In college, I studied abroad in the Patagonian foothills of southern Chile, in a national park called Torres del Paine. I lived in a tent for weeks at a time and ate whatever was available by campfire each night. Once a week, the locals produced a metal can, with no label, which they cracked open and displayed they're proud "Dulce de Leche". This was my first experience with such a wonderful treat. We would pass the can and share spoonfuls for dessert and if we were lucky in the morning, we'd have "dulce" on toast before another full day of collecting samples in the field. To this day I have always wanted to recreate this in my kitchen - but I have feared the "method" the local Chileans passed to me. They're instructions were to take a can of sweetened condensed milk and boil it for 4 hours. Yesterday, I finally got up the courage to re-create the Dulce and modify a very simple recipe that I found at Eagle Brand's recipe page. And by the way, do NOT boil the can - pour the condensed milk into a double boiler set-up. Much safer!


1 - 14 oz can Eagle Brand's sweetened condensed milk
2 cups Heavy Cream
2 cups Half and Half
1/2 tsp vanilla extract

Simply double boil the Eagle Brand's sweetened condensed milk for 1 1/2 to 2 hrs (until you achieve a nice golden brown) and while still warm and liquidy, whisk all ingredients together
until well blended.
Place in a freezer-safe ice cream container and freeze for about 24 hours. That's it! This is such an exquisite flavor I just had to call it "Decadent Dulce de Leche". Yum.

And I must be honest, I double-boiled a second container of Eagle Brand's sweetened condensed milk as well - for a drizzle topping - but the ice cream does not need a companion! It's pure scrumptiousness all by itself. Also, I don't have an ice cream scoop! We just got married and I swear I registered for a great one but, alas - we never received one in the mail. My ice cream looks a little sad in the bowl but I assure you, it'll have a ball with your taste buds!