The school will starting tomorrow. *You heard that right kids. School's break is OFFICIALLY OVER!!!* For some, they might have already started early on for the orientation day.
Looking back at my first day in school (in standard one) and that was like a long time ago, most of the parents will stayed with their kids until the school day's over. Pretty much understandable. A new environment surely going to be alien for their child. More so if the kid haven't been to preschool. When the parents are with them, the adjustment could be more easier.
Perhaps, it wasn't the parents easing the new kid into school. It could be the older siblings. Older brother or sister. Having an older sibling in the same school also helps the kid into liking the prospect of being in school. But not all kids can easily adjusting to a new surrounding. Some need a little more time. Either the parents or the teacher will have to be patient in coaxing the child to like being in school. Having new friends will also help.
What if nothing works? The kid still clings to the parents, begging to go back home with them? In that case, make a batch of this dessert. I can't guarantee that it will keep the kid at school, but I like to think that a homemade ice cream ready for me after school is far better than anything!
Hands Down The Easiest Ice Cream Ever
- 1 cup evaporated milk
- 2 cups whipping cream
- 1/3 cup sugar
- 1 Tbsp strawberry emulco
- Handful of chocolate chips or anything you fancy to stir in *Optional
- In a large mixing bowl, combine the first four ingredients. With an electric whisk on low speed, beat the mixture until the sugar is dissolved and the volume increased. Cover with a lid or a cling wrap. Freeze for about 1 to 2 hours
- Take out the bowl, using electric whisk again, beat the slightly frozen mixture and breaking all the ice crystals until looks creamy. Cover and freeze again for another couple of hours. Then repeat this step one more time, stir in anything you fancy into your ice cream
- Pour the ice cream into a container with lid, then freeze the ice cream for more that 4 hours to let it set totally
- Enjoy in a hot day or anytime you could find excuse for! ^_^
Here's another version of homemade ice cream that I've made before and how I devoured it!
|Chocolate chips overload!|