Cotton Candy Ice Cream #summer #dessert

Cotton Candy Ice Cream #summer #dessert

Presently that we're the greater part path through June, how are you folks getting along? Are the children out of school? Is it accurate to say that you are anticipating a get-away? Is it accurate to say that you are totally liquefying in the warmth outside? Cause I gotta be straightforward, I'm living behind entryway number three.

Also, with respect to why I picked cotton sweet to be the principal season I made? Truly, I think the genuine inquiry here is: the reason not cotton treat dessert?

There's only something about cotton sweet enhanced whatever epitomizes the happiness of summer, and since it's somewhat difficult to overlook exactly what season we're as of now "getting a charge out of," I figured giving this cool treat the wistfulness treatment would be very fitting.

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Cotton Candy Ice Cream #summer #dessert

Celebrate the season with the treat that embodies summer fun (cotton candy) in the form of chilly ice cream. Cool off while enjoying a nostalgic sugar high!


  • 3/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 cup milk whole
  • 2 cup heavy whipping cream
  • 1/2 cup cotton candy syrup (I used Jelly Belly Cotton Candy Syrup)
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • food coloring (optional)


  1. Before mixing ingredients, be sure that your chosen ice cream maker is ready to churn ice cream (attachments frozen, ice added, etc).
  2. In a medium bowl, whisk together milk and sugar until sugar is dissolved.
  3. Pour vanilla, heavy whipping cream, and cotton candy syrup into the bowl and whisk until combined.
  4. If using food coloring: Depending on the brand of cotton candy syrup you used, the mixture might already have a pink hue. If you'd like the ice cream to be pink, keep this in mind - you won't need to add much pink food coloring to get your desired color. If you'd like the ice cream to be another color than pink, don't worry - as pictured, I used blue food coloring, and only had to add a few drops to achieve a nice light blue color. No matter what color you're using, add the food coloring slowly (one drop at a time) and whisk thoroughly between each until the desired color is reached. Also, the hue of the cream should be a few shades darker than the color you'd like the final ice cream to be, as the whipped and frozen cream will appear lighter. TIP: If you're still worried how your chosen color will look, add a little bit of the cotton candy syrup and milk to a separate glass or bowl and test your food coloring with it.
  5. Pour the mixed ice cream mixture into the chilled bowl/attachment of your ice cream maker.
  6. Churn ice cream for 25-30 minutes or until desired consistency is reached. If you'd like soft ice cream, serve cotton candy ice cream immediately. If you'd like firmer ice cream, transfer the ice cream to your chosen storage container and let it freeze for another 4-6 hours.

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