According to its website, Dairy Queen vanilla soft service ice cream is made with milkfat, nonfat milk, sugar, corn syrup, whey, mono and diglycerides, artificial flavor, guar gum, polysorbate 80, carrageenan, and vitamin A palmitate. To make chocolate soft serve ice cream, Dairy Qyeen adds cocoa processed with alkalai to those ingredients.Continue Reading
The specific recipe to make Dairy Queen soft serve ice cream is a company secret. While the ingredients are listed for dietary purposes, the specific amounts of each ingredient is not disclosed. All Dairy Queen products are made with either vanilla or chocolate soft serve ice cream, or a combination of the two. The addition of a variety of toppings are added to the basic ice cream recipe to create different treats. A fan favorite is a Blizzard, which is a choice of toppings blended into chocolate or vanilla ice cream. Customers can also choose a twist, which is chocolate on one side and vanilla on the other.
The first Dairy Queen store opened in 1940, in Joliet, Ill. The ice cream recipe has been virtually unchanged since then, though new products have been introduced throughout the years. The first Dilly Bar debuted in 1955, the Mister Misty slush rolled out in 1961, the Treatzza Pizza came out in 1995, and the MooLatte frozen coffee flavored beverage debuted in 2004. Dairy Queen's slogan, “We Treat You Right,” has been in use since 1985.Learn more about Desserts
To make vanilla ice cream at home, bring half-and-half and heavy cream to a simmer then remove from the heat. Gradually add to a whisked mixture of egg yolks and sugar and return to the saucepan over a low heat, stirring until thickened, then cool at room temperature. Stir in vanilla extract and chill in the refrigerator, before placing into an ice cream maker to process for up to 35 minutes.Full Answer >
To make sugar-free vanilla ice cream, whisk 1 cup of whole milk, 3/4 cup of sugar substitute and a pinch of kosher salt until the sugar substitute dissolves. Add 2 cups of heavy cream and 1 to 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract, and stir the mixture until it is smooth. Refrigerate the mixture for one to 12 hours. Pour the mixture into the frozen freezer bowl of an ice cream maker, and leave the ice cream there until it thickens.Full Answer >
Emeril Lagasse's old time vanilla ice cream and Southern Living's no-cook ice creams are two simple recipes for use with an ice cream maker. Southern Living's ice cream recipes include chocolate and strawberry.Full Answer >
Typical ingredients in a simple bread pudding include stale or day-old bread, eggs, milk, salt and sugar, with vanilla extract and cinnamon used to add flavor. Some recipes call for brown sugar instead of white and include raisins or chopped nuts, such as pecans.Full Answer >