Plain Ice Cream

Featuring Jell-o Ice Cream Powder.

Which was, evidently, a thing. Here’s an advertisement from the July 16, 1906 edition of the Fitchburg (Massachusetts) Sentinel.

From the box of A.D. from Lutz, Florida, by way of Pennsylvania in the 1940s, and originating in Ohio in the 1920s.

Plain Ice Cream

Dissolve the contents of a package of Jell-o Ice Cream Powder in a quart of milk, or 3/4 milk and 1/4 cream mixed.

Put Jell-o Ice Cream powder in a dish and pour on it one cup of fluid. Stir it to a thick smooth paste to avoid lumps. Add rest of fluid and stir until dissolved.

Freeze in the usual way.

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