Friday, October 22, 2010

Donvier Half-Pint

i always get excited when i see this appear at the grocery store
and throughout the years i have become a little more creative with incorporating this lively drink in other autumnal recipes 
like this one

introducing one of the loves of my life
the Donvier Half-Pint 
( i found him at the thrift store)

pros: 
you only get a half-pint every time you make a recipe (perfect for two)

you can get creative 
(yogurt into creamy frozen yogurt, making ice cups for appetizers, natural any fruit flavored yogurt)

it doesn't require tons of ingredients (like rock salt)

the freezing mechanism chills in the freezer overnight to get ready

you control what goes into your creation 
(i don't add sugar because this pumpkin spice egg nog has enough!)

its so cute to look at

cons:
you just might become addicted 

cute easy to read instructions


here's all you need to do:
1. add the pumpkin spice egg nog
2. add milk or cream depending on the consistency you want

3. crank the handle 2 time every 3 mins for 12 mins total time

4. lift off the cap

5. scoop it out and enjoy

Homemade Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream

so good and so easy



6 comments:

  1. brilliant. i love pumpkin, and I love ice cream, what a beautiful marriage! :)

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  2. So cool! Not a big fan of egg nog anything myself, but I'm sure hubs would like it though even as an ice cream. And cool ice cream maker thingy btw, it's so cute!

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  3. Could you please scan a copy of the instructions? I just bought the same ice cream maker at a local thrift store myself but without the box or instructions. It'd be really awesome if you could :D

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  4. I have one of these little half pint devils .. but no directions came with it.. .. Can you copy your direction and recipe book onto the website?

    Or send to me at: gloriamostyn@sympatico.ca

    Thanks

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  5. I need the recipes too! Do you have any others that you use ?

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