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Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream

CeeKay Gas Supply – Fill Dewer with Liquid Nitrogen (@$40)

NEED: Liquid Nitrogen, heavy whipping cream, sweetened condensed milk, vanilla extract, can opener, Mixer with Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl and Ice Cream Scoop.  for Serving:  Bowls & Spoons  



Vanilla ICE CREAM (avg 8-10 servings of 1.25 scoops) :

1 16oz Heavy Whipping Cream Container

1 Can of Sweetened Condensed Milk

1 Tablespoon Vanilla Extract

  1. Mix well in Mixer on Medium 2. Stop Mixer and add 2 Cups of Liquid Nitrogen 3.  Start Mixer on Medium-Low 4.  If not completely frozen, repeat steps 2 & 3. Until ideal Consistency is achieved.  *approximately 2 Cups at a time; pouring from dewer is not accurate to measure

Other Flavors like Strawberry, Chocolate, or Lucky Charms (fruit loops)

Just add into the Vanilla Ice Cream Recipe:

1 Cup of Strawberries (Muddled or food processor/blender)

½ cup of chocolate powder mix

1 Cup of Cereal

Sorbet: Strawberries, Simple Syrup (equal sugar to water) and Liquid Nitrogen


All based on 2020 Fire and Ice DEMO BOOTH by Kim Stahl

If you use this recipe, please Instagram or Facebook credit @ArchReactorSTL  



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