Happy Monday! Today I’m sharing several links for the ever-popular 2-ingredient no-churn ice cream that is ubiquitous on the internet. It’s everywhere, frankly, because it’s GOOD! And EASY! I know purists are rolling their collective eyeballs at this recipe, but after holding out for a long time (my friend gave me an ice cream maker a few years ago, after all) I have finally embraced it. To alter these recipes for small batch, use half a can of sweetened condensed milk, and 1 cup of heavy cream as a base. To make enough for just one serving, use a quarter-can of SCM and 1/2 cup heavy cream.
Ah, the elegance of a small, silky pie. Thank you to Archimedes of Syracuse and to Geometry teachers everywhere for sponsoring today’s deliciousness. As you will see all over the cooking world, today, March 14 (3.14) is dedicated to all things pi(e). Similar to the cakes from my Small Cake Series, a small pie can be shared if you wish. But it certainly doesn’t have to be: leftover pie for breakfast is a lovely indulgence.