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- Pour 2 cans of Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk and two 28 oz. bottles (or four 12 oz. cans) of soda pop into freezer drum and let the Proctor-Silex Freezer do the rest.
- Makes two quarts of Frozen Passion in minutes.
If you don't have an electric ice cream freezer, make Frozen Passion in the freezer compartment of your refrigerator. Pick up a recipe at your supermarket. For small families, cut the recipe in half.