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When the tem­per­a­ture rises, get shak­ing. You can make ice cream with just a few sim­ple in­gre­di­ents and a whole lot of en­ergy to spare

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The sec­tion for kids: Make your own ice cream, colour­ing ac­tiv­i­ties and more

Method 1. Com­bine all your in­gre­di­ents and mix well. It’s a good idea to place this mix­ture

in the fridge for a while to make sure it’s cold be­fore con­tin­u­ing. 2. Place the cold mix­ture in the small zi­plock bag – put this in a sec­ond bag and

seal it as well to en­sure that no icy salt wa­ter gets into your ice cream later. 3. Pre­pare a large zi­plock bag with around 4 cups of ice. Add 6 ta­ble­spoons of rock

salt to the ice. 4. Place the small zi­plock bags in­side the large ice-filled bag and seal it shut. 5. Put on gloves or wrap a towel around the bag be­cause it will get very cold. 6. Start shak­ing – it could take up to 10 min­utes for your ice cream to form. 7. Scoop out your home­made ice cream and en­joy.

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