This recipe does oddly make something that appears like an ice cream. It however, tastes a little more like frozen yogurt, but has the texture of frozen yogurt mixed with cool whip. It was just too tart for my taste buds. The only change I made was using non fat plain yogurt instead of the sour cream. I noticed others did that to. I tried the coffee flavor, in the footnotes, and added a spoon of mini chips. The tartness and coffee didn't go together in my opinion. I think I would have preferred chocolate or mint chocolate chip. After 1 1/2 hours of stirring, every 30 minutes, it was still soft. It takes a good 5 hours to completely freeze. One person that tried it said, ooh ice cream and then asked why it was tart and why it didn't melt to a milk on the toungue. Mine did have some ice crystals, but I didn't stir it after the 3rd time. I am not sure why, but I just got a tart frozen cool whip in a cup.
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This recipe does oddly make something that appears like an ice cream. It however, tastes a...