E- Easter Egg Hunt

A little vanilla ice cream, a little green food coloring, and one of my favorite Easter candies make for an excellent fun holiday ice cream. What I really liked about making this ice cream was that the Robin's Egg malted milk balls don't freeze and become difficult to eat, and the colors from the outside shells don't run when they are mixed in with the green ice cream.

Easter Egg Hunt Ice Cream

3/4 cup sugar
1 cup whole milk
2 cups heavy cream
1 teaspoon green food coloring

What's Next:
Place sugar in a large bowl.
Add milk and vanilla
Stir with a wire whisk or hand mixer until sugar is dissolved
Add heavy cream and green food coloring
Process in an ice cream maker for 25 minutes.
After 25 minutes, add Robin's Eggs and mix for 5 minutes more.
Place in container and freeze for a couple of hours.


  1. Hi, what an excellent theme, will definitely be popping back here:-)

  2. beautiful colors-if only I lived closer to sample all your delicious tasting pictures "on ice"..well done, again

  3. Looks divine. I'm going to need to be careful with my sweet tooth.

  4. You have really outdone yourself on this one! And I have robin eggs I was planning to let the girls do a craft with...this is much better!

  5. Ahhh! You're killing me with the ice cream and the cake. It all looks so good. Great idea for an A to Z theme.

  6. Ice cream posts for A to Z! Fabulous! This flavor looks so fun and yummy!

  7. Ice cream with robin eggs, awesome!

    Stefani @ Dreams of Nyssa

  8. this looks like a wonderful flavor! What a fun theme - ice cream! Can't wait to see what you do with Z. :-)
    from The Dugout


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