The other day, Hubby walked out of the computer room and asked me how much baking powder would be needed for two cups of flour to make it self-rising.
He just slowed down a little as he walked across the room while he waited for my answer (about 1 and a half teaspoons, just off the top of my head) and then proceeded a bit excitedly to the kitchen. Calling from the kitchen, the conversation went something like this:
Hubby: Are you sure?
Me: Why do you want to know?
Hubby: Ice cream bread!
Me: Ice cream bread?
Hubby: Yes, ice cream bread!
Me: You have a recipe for ice cream bread.
Hubby: Yes! Is this all the ice cream we have?
Me: Where did you get the recipe?
Hubby: On the forum! It has two ingredients!
And then there was no more conversation. All I heard was some hustle and bustle and then the blender was whirring.
Turns out, it's not bad. I think it's more like a cake than bread, but Hubby disagrees. But anyway, the recipe is as follows:
2 cups ice cream, any flavor
1 1/2 c self-rising flour
Mix, spray a loaf pan, bake at 350F (175C) for about 45 minutes.
If you don't have self-rising flour, use 2 cups flour with 1 1/2 t baking powder and about 1/4 t salt.
Hubby promises that the next batch will be better. I'll let you know.