Recipe Ice Milk Wine Float


Disabled and Retired Veteran
18 Dec 2017
Local time
10:26 AM
Ice Milk Wine Float:


NOTE: Ice milk is called low fat ice cream today, after a rule change in naming it, due to butter fat content.

NOTE: Both ice cream and low fat ice cream (ice milk) typically require using an ice cream machine to thicken them up. But, they can still be made without the ice cream machine. This recipe does not use an ice cream machine.


1) Heavy whipping cream - 2 cups (16 Oz.)
2) Half n Half - 1/8 cup
3) Brown Sugar - 2 to 3 tblspns.
4) Vanilla - 2 tspns.
5) Raspberry Wine Coulis - as required
6) Wine, Syrah - as required


1) Simmer half n half with brown sugar til sugar is dissolved.
2) Pour mixture into a blender.
3) Add heavy whipping cream and vanilla.
4) Whip.
5) Pour the whipped ice milk base into a freezable seal-able container.
6) Seal with plastic and freeze overnight.
7) Remove ice milk from the freezer.
8) Fill a goblet 1/4 full with a Syrah wine.
9) Add ice milk to about fill the goblet.
10) Drizzle raspberry wine coulis over the ice milk.
11) Serve.
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The Late Night Gourmet

Home kook
Staff member
30 Mar 2017
Local time
1:26 PM
Detroit, USA
This is cool (literally); I have an ice cream maker, but it’s something I can try without having to clean it. I would probably use just half-and-half (I’ve tried making ice cream with heavy cream, and it’s too rich for me), but I like the combo of flavors you being here.
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