• Creamy Chocolate Swirl Ice Cream

    This Creamy Swirl Chocolate ice cream recipe is reminiscent of the rich sweet chocolately goodness found in those tiny half pint cartons of Hershey's when I was a kid.

    2 Eggs
    1/2 c. Sugar
    3 c. Heavy Cream/ Whipping Cream
    3/4 c. Hersheys Chocolate Syrup


    In a small saucepan, combine eggs and sugar, whisking constantly over medium heat until the mixture reaches EXACTLY 160 F on a digital thermometer. Remove from heat Immediately. Pour mixture into a bowl resting on ice to cool rapidly.

    In a
    large mixing bowl combine 1 c. heavy cream and cooled egg/sugar mix, stirring until well blended, add remaining cream. Pour into ice cream maker and process according to manufacturers directions. During the last 15 minute of processing add 1/2 c. Hershey's Chocolate Syrup.

    Spoon into 4 c. Bowl, Pour remaining 1/4 cup of Chocolate syrup on top, use a butter knife to "cut in" the syrup, creating streaks of chocolate throughout the ice cream.

    This recipe is very rich, very smooth and creamy.
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