This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Buzz·Posted on May 14, 2015The (second) Easiest Icecream You'll Ever MakeBecause there is more to life than clean eating.by sweetiebCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Grab your lactaid, you're gonna need it. Sweetie Bird / Via Facebook: CozinhaAoPonto Ok, everyone has already caught up on the one ingredient ice cream. Yup, bananas are pretty awesome in that you can use them to make all sorts of healthy treats. Even ice cream. But sometimes you just want to tell your diet to go for a hike and indulge in something childishly evil and delicious.Well, this is it. The three milk ice cream (or four, if you add dulce de leche. Your call). Ready? Grab your ingredients. You'll need:- 13 oz of whipping cream- 13 oz of sweet evaporated milk (La Lechera works fine)- 3/4 cup of powdered milkYou will need a freezer, a mug or a small soup bowl and a mixer for this. Here is how you make this awesomeness.- Chill your whipping cream. Then whip it, whip it real good. Until peaks have formed.- Then add your evaporated milk. Yup, this is magic. Keep on mixing that sweet fat goodness.- With a spatula, gently mix in the powdered milk. Resist the temptation to stick a spoonful in your mouth, that stuff glues like no one's business. - Put half of the mixture into your bowl. Now it's time to get creative. Add dulce de leche. Add nutella. Add a layer of whatever rocks your boat. Then top it off with the other half. Cover it with sprinkles. Or don't. You can grate some semi-sweet chocolate if you're feeling fancy. - Resist the urge to eat your mixture before freezing. Freeze it. Put it in the cold box for 5-6 hours or until firm in the middle.- After ready, you can remove the ice cream from the bowl or eat it as is. Don't forget to take your lactaid!The powdered milk ice cream is the latest food craze in Brazil. Because it is so sweet, a little goes a long way. To most Brazilians, it tastes like childhood and happiness.