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it looks so yummy!! can't wait to try it. i love you cousin (:
Yum! This sounds DELISH to me!
Yum! That's great. Love the little nuggets. My mom was exactly the same way.
This ice cream looks delicious! Bubble gum ice cream is always a hit with the kids!! Thanks for being a part of our "Strut Your Stuff Saturday." Hope to see you again real soon!! -The Sisters
I made the base… haven’t made it into ice cream yet. However, residual melted gum is now stuck all over my pan and I can’t figure out how to get it off. Did this happen to you, if so, how did you get it off? (I used a non-stick pan.)Also, I searched several stores looking for the Bazooka bubblegum “nuggets” – where did you purchase those?Thanks :)Read more: http://thefrugalgirls.com/2012/04/bubble-gum-ice-cream-recipe.html#ixzz1tvDPLEH9
Hi Dianne! I am so sorry I guess I should have posted a disclaimer as we also had a battle with the bubble gum stuck to the pan! We actually filled out pot with water and let it boil/burn off. I wouldnt suggest using your favorite pan. Also, I just found the gum "nuggets" at our local grocery store. I apologize if you can't find them! Hope this helped and hopefully the yummy ice cream makes up for the botched pan :(
I just had a bad time with getting the residue off my non-stick pan. I really made me sad when boiling it with vinegar water didn't work right away. But oil did! First of all, I wiped the pan out with paper towel back when I poured the ice cream mixture out of it. I did this again before oiling. Then I poured about 2 tablespoons of coconut oil into the hot pan and rubbed all the residue with paper towel until gone. Whew, crisis averted!
Thank you so much for the tip with the oil! I might add your idea to the recipe if you dont mind? I too had an issue with gum sticking to the pan, I guess par for the course when boiling bubble gum! I really hope the yummy ice cream made up for the extra pan work... Thanks for trying my recipe!