Refreshing Orange Ice Cream

ClementineRefreshing Orange Ice Cream

This is the most refreshing ice cream you’ll ever eat.


For a 1-gallon sized ice cream maker:

2 cans sweetened condensed milk
1 large can crushed pineapple
64 ounces orange soda (the original recipe called for a 2-liter bottle of Orange Crush. I use organic clementine soda that comes in 12 ounce bottles)

1-gallon sized ice cream maker

Rock Salt
Plenty of ice
A rubber spatula to get the ice-cream out
A bottle opener might be called for if you use organic orange soda
1 quart sealable containers (to freeze the ice cream in for later)

If you haven’t used it in a while (like since last summer) make sure your ice cream maker is in good working order. Fill the metal canister with water and take a good look to make sure there are no leaks. You don’t want salty ice-cream!

We pour the rock salt into an empty large yogurt container or similar so we can layer it in between layers of ice. It works great.

You might want to put a folded beach towel down underneath the ice cream machine before you fill it to catch any condensation while it’s running.


Stir all of the ingredients together and run the machine.


1 gallon

Very high in vitamin C
High in manganese
Low in cholesterol
Low in sodium

This will be the hit of any summertime picnic. It’s fantastic as a topper to most pies and cakes, too.

I would love to hear any feedback about this recipe.  Did you make it?  Did you enjoy it?  Did you make any adjustments to it?


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