Update: a random winner has been chosen! See the bottom of the post!
I don’t own an ice cream maker so I can appreciate the frustration of encountering amazing-sounding ice cream recipes on the Internet and not being able to make them. I don’t have the time or patience to churn ice cream by hand using some freezer baggies and ice, so seeing awesome homemade ice cream recipes always makes me a little jealous. That is, until I found out my wonderful neighbour, Joanne, has an ice cream maker and she’s willing to let me borrow it! I have the best neighbours. When I saw the recipe for Chocolate Malt Gelato in my mom’s copy of Chatelaine Magazine, I knew this was when I would ask to borrow the ice cream maker, and it was well worth it.
Joanne was generous enough to let me borrow the ice cream maker, and today Bake Me Something Good is passing along even more generosity.
You can’t make ice cream or gelato without some serious dairy purchases. Luckily, the wonderful people at Dairyland have got you covered. Dairyland produces excellent milk and cream products, perfect for making your first batch of homemade gelato. This summer, Dairyland is stopping by Vancouver’s Pacific National Exhibition, (or the PNE for those of you from B.C.). On Saturday, August 18, between 11am and 3 pm Dairyland will be handing out samples of their chocolate milk, so if you’re visiting the PNE this Saturday, keep your eyes open for the Dairyland van. But if you can’t make it to the grounds, Dairyland is offering another chance to try out their awesome products to one lucky reader.
We’ve got one $50 gift card to Save-on-Foods
, courtesy of Dairyland, for one of our fantastic readers to win!* All you have to do is comment on this post by Friday August 17th at 10pm PST. In your comment, tell us what flavour of homemade ice cream you would try out. Or if home made isn’t your thing, tell us your favourite ice cream/gelato/sorbet/frozen yogurt flavour. Just comment below to be entered to win the $50 dollar gift card!
*Save-on-Foods has locations in B.C. and Alberta, so this contest is limited to residents of those provinces.
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