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My family of 3 (including me) deals with everyday allergies, but we don’t let it stop us from enjoying our day-to-day activities. Ever since my son was born – in fact, it started even before he was born when I prepared all his brand new clothing during nesting – we have used all® free clear liquid because it is the #1 detergent recommended by Dermatologists, Allergists, and Pediatricians for Sensitive Skin, and I knew and understood that newborn skin is delicate and I wanted to make sure he was as comfortable as can be. Although all® free clear liquid doesn’t treat or prevent allergies, it allows you to enjoy without your sensitive skin worries! I love accompanying my all® free clear liquid with all® free clear dryer sheets because they make your clothes more comfortable by being static-free. Together, after following the instructions of the product exactly, this powerful duo can fight stains, make whites more white, and brighten colors!
My little one has sensitive skin and this detergent and fabric softener are a must, so that he can do everyday little boy things! Since summer started, he’s been asking me to let him help me make some homemade ice cream, so we headed to Fred Meyer to grab the ingredients. While we were there, we headed to the cleaning supplies aisle to grab some all® free clear liquid and all® free clear dryer sheets for any mess we made!
As soon as we were home, we decided to make our amazing 2-ingredient ice cream.
Step 1: Gather ingredients (see recipe card below), and a freezer-safe container.
Step 2: Pour in the sweetened condensed milk.
Step 3: Pour in your evaporated milk.
Step 4: Let your child be #FreetoBe and help you mix. Don’t worry about splashing – you have all® free clear liquid and all® free clear dryer sheets.
Step 5: Place container in freezer for 2 – 3 hours before adding mixins to ensure they float in the ice cream rather than sink to the bottom.
Step 6: Get your mixins ready! Use anything you like – be creative! My son chose chocolate chips and sprinkles!
Step 7: See if the sprinkles float! Then, add half your mixins. Mix! Add the rest for a beautiful “garnish”. Do not mix them unless you want all the mixins incorporated.
Step 8: Place in the freezer for 8 hours or overnight, and then serve and enjoy! (Then, use all® free clear liquid for any messes)
- 1 can sweetened condensed milk
- 1 can evaporated milk
- mixins (optional)
- vanilla extract (optional)
- In a freezer-appropriate container, pour your can of sweetened condensed milk.
- Then, slowly add in the can of evaporated milk.
- Mix until they are incorporated.
- Place in the freezer for 2 - 3 hours to freeze for the mixins.
- Pour in half the mixins and mix them in the slightly frozen ice cream, so they do not sink to the bottom.
- Add more for a beautiful look. Do not mix unless you do not want this "garnish".
- Place in the freezer for 8 hours - overnight for a perfect frozen consistency.
- Dip your ice cream scoop in warm water and dig in for your beautiful scoop of homemade ice cream!
- Serve and enjoy.
- Make sure you freeze the ice cream for 2 - 3 hours before adding mixins, or they will sink directly to the bottom. Add more on the top (they should float) for a beautiful "garnished" look or mix the rest in.