Front Porch Friday – It’s a Blog Hop!
PreparednessMama and MamaKautz are teaming up for another Front Porch Friday. Won’t you join us?
We really love ice cream at our house. We love it so much we have to meter it out in small portions or we would eat it every night. It gets really expensive if you are not careful!
I have never thought about making my own no churn ice cream, but this post from Treat Yourself Sweeter makes it look really easy. And yummy…
I love that its a no churn recipe, so I don’t have to purchase any special equipment. All I needs is cream, condensed milk, cocoa powder, vanilla and a mixer. How easy and natural is that!
On with the Hop –
This weeks featured posts are:
Shelle PreparednessMama thinks this post from Treat Yourself Sweeter looks fantastic and I’m off to make my own No Churn Chocolate Caramel Ice Cream – right now!
Mama K LOVES this Seed Organizer by Frugal Mama and the Sprout. It’s brilliant organization!
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