ice milk


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ice milk

n.
A sweet, smooth frozen dessert that is prepared from a mixture of milk products and contains less butterfat than ice cream.

ice′ milk`


n.
a frozen dessert similar to ice cream but made with skim milk.
[1835–45]
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Noun1.ice milk - similar to ice cream but made of milkice milk - similar to ice cream but made of milk
frozen dessert - any of various desserts prepared by freezing
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Ice Milk. Made with less cream than ice cream, ice milk includes more additives to improve its texture.
They contain less or no sugar and differ from ice milk and conventional soft serves, both of which do not contain yoghurt as an ingredient.
We simultaneously estimated demand functions for 14 dairy products: milk (non-fat, 1% milk, 2% milk, whole), cream/creamers (dairy cream, including half and half, and coffee creamers); spreads (butter and margarine); ice cream (including frozen yogurt and ice milk); yogurt (cooking, divided into plain and vanilla yogurt, and flavored); and cheese (cream cheese, shredded and grated, American and other processed cheese, and natural).
Each American consumes a yearly average of 21.9 litres of ice cream, ice milk, sherbet, ices and other commercially produced frozen dairy products.
His picture of the inside of a freezer stuffed with cartons of Frosty Acres Tasty Taters and vanilla ice milk, in fact, feels almost as barren as his picture of the interior of an empty oven.
In addition to ice cream, they can be used to make ice milk, frozen yogurt, fruity sorbet and even your favorite ice summer drinks.
What is the difference between ice milk and ice cream?
(3.) Microbiological examination of ice cream and ice milk. In: Bacteriological analytical manual.
He personally created the nation's first all natural ice milk in 1978 and led the team that invented the nation's first non-fat, no-sugar-added ice cream in 1990.
2428376 Snack foods; rice-based, wheat-based, and cereal-based snack foods; chocolates, non-medicated confectionery, cakes, pastries; ice cream, ice confections, ices, ice milk, frozen yoghurt; biscuits, bread; desserts, custards and puddings; preparations for making all of the aforesaid goods; all included in Class 30.
Try the cereal ice milk, which tastes like puffed rice.