Homemade Strawberry Ice Cream

Good morning! I’m so excited to share this delicious Homemade Strawberry Ice Cream recipe with y’all today. My middle brother made it yesterday. He combined two recipes from an old Southern Living cookbook and it turned out lip-lickin’ good. We begged him to make it again for the 4th of July!


My parents raise goats and milk them every day. My sweet momma learned to milk goats when she was six years old and she’s been doing it ever since. It’s such a blessing to have fresh milk and it makes the BEST ice cream!

Do you make homemade ice cream? A friend bought me an ice cream freezer a few years ago and I’ve never used it. If you have a favorite recipe, I would love for you to leave it in a comment! :)

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XO

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  1. Donna says

    The strawberry ice cream sounds delicious. Our favorite is chocolate…3 ingredients….1/2 gallon choc. milk, 1 can condensed milk, 1 small container of cool whip. Whisk condensed milk into chocolate milk, fold in cool whip…pour in your ice cream freezer. It will not get really hard so you may have to turn your freezer off when it gets thick. Mine starts getting bogged down and I stop mine. Cover it with a towel and wait as long as possible. Tastes like a Wendy’s frosty. You could also stir in your favorite crushed candy bar…butterfingers, peanut butter cups, etc.

  2. Sarita says

    No favorite recipe but memories of hand cranked vanilla ice cream. My SIL said she knew she was part of our family when sh had to it on the ice cream maker to crank it by hand ! Last year my grandsons an I made ic cream using plastic bags! Makin good memories .

  3. BMooney says

    That was the best homemade goat milk ice cream we’ve ever made! :) I was amazed that without half-and-half or whipping cream, it turned out so creamy! :)

  4. says

    This recipe looks really good, but I too was surprised that there was no cream. I suppose using whole goats milk might be what makes the difference.

    I love making custard style ice cream, even though we don’t have an ice cream maker. If the recipe has enough fat and sugar it still turns out great just stirred up in the freezer.

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  5. Shane says

    Wow it looks so delicious and I’m sure it tastes like heaven as well. I love strawberry ice cream. Can’t wait to make this one later. Do you still have any other recipes similar to this one? Thanks for sharing.

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