Lemon Blueberry Ice Cream + $400 Sizzling Summer Cash Giveaway


Lemon Blueberry Ice Cream | www.diethood.com | Only 3 ingredients - ice cream machine not required | #recipe #summer #icecream #blueberries

Oh, look at that, another Giveaway! And ice cream!!

It’s been waaaaaay too long since we last talked about ice cream! Like 10 days, or something.

Do you remember that Mocha Latte Frozen Yogurt? That stuff is really good. And it’s healthier! BUT, so is this recipe for Lemon Blueberry Ice Cream.

Last week I was on a diet, so I ate this stuff every. single. day. Lemme tell you somethin’ – this ice cream is sort of a big deal.

For starters, it doesn’t require an ice cream machine. Score! Then, it only takes mere minutes to make! Got a bag of frozen berries in your freezer? Bam! That’s all you need. Oh! You’ll need a lemon, too. And some sugar… And milk. See! Now we’re done. You have a delicious summer treat that’s healthy, damn delicious, and cold.

Is there anything more that you need to celebrate this beautiful summer day?!

What?

Did I hear $400 dollars?!

I got that, too!

I’m like your personal magician today. Making things happen and all.

Lemon Blueberry Ice Cream | www.diethood.com | Only 3 ingredients - ice cream machine not required | #recipe #summer #icecream #blueberries

Don’t forget, there’s that other $100 Gift Card Giveaway from yesterday. All together, that’s like $500 buckaroos in two days! I even showed you a few blog tips about How To Make Money Blogging! I’m on my way to makin’ you rich! 😉

Here’s an idea – go make the ice cream, and while that’s in the blender, come back and enter the Giveaway!

ENJOY!

Scroll down to enter for your chance to win $400 Cash! GOOD LUCK!!!

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Lemon Blueberry Ice Cream + $400 Sizzling Summer Cash Giveaway
 
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Instantly satisfy an ice cream craving with this fast recipe for a delicious Lemon Blueberry Ice Cream. Machine not required.
Serves: Serves 4 to 6
Ingredients
  • 1 bag (16 ounces) frozen blueberries, unthawed
  • fresh lemon juice of 2 lemons
  • ½ cup sugar
  • ¾ cup milk
Instructions
  1. If you have a high-powered blender, combine all ingredients at once and give it a whirl until all is thoroughly mixed and smooth.
  2. If you are working with a standard blender, combine frozen blueberries, lemon juice, and sugar; blend on highest level for a minute.
  3. Remove top and see if you might need to break up the ice a bit. I do this with a fork.
  4. Pour in the milk and continue to blend on high until mixture is completely blended, thick and smooth.
Option 1: Serve right away as soft-serve ice cream
  1. - or -
Option 2: Pour it into a container with a lid and freeze it for 2 hours, or up to a week.

$400 Cash Giveaway | www.diethood.com | #giveaway #cash #summer

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Comments

  1. says

    This ice cream looks amazing. I love the color!! I also love that you didn’t need an ice cream maker. I am scared of mine…I used it twice when I got it and it didn’t work quite right (user error) so I’m scared to get back to it.

    Love the giveaway… wow!

  2. says

    You know, during the Unfortunate Incident with my fruit and veg freezer that I posted about last week, which resulted in my Berry Crust Pizza with chicken, cranberry, and stuff, I did manage to salvage some still-frozen blueberries.
    So I’m good. Score!
    Thanks for posting, Kate!

  3. says

    One regret I have right now is that I didn’t have enough blueberries yet this summer. I’m afraid blueberries are so expensive once I leave California… :/ I like eating 2 cups of blueberries for fun. Your ice cream sounds SUPER good right now… hopefully I can grab some blueberries when I come back and make this ice cream! Sounds wonderful!

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