Ice creams

Ice creams

By
Julie Fisher
Contains
20 recipes
Published by
Hardie Grant Books
ISBN
9781742705934
Photographer
Danielle Wood

Ice cream is a delicious and adaptable dessert that is really very easy to make. Whether you are craving a simple choc ice (like my grandma), or something more elaborate, so much is possible – your kitchen can become the epicentre for iced extravaganzas.

The following recipes will start you off. Once you are familiar with the basics, experiment with flavour combinations – you will have no shortage of volunteers to test and taste!

In our kitchen we use a variety of base mixes depending on the flavour we wish to create. I prefer ice cream that is not too sweet, but it is important to know that sugar is required for ‘scoopability’ as well as taste; it acts as an antifreeze to prevent the mix freezing into a solid block. However, too much sugar and the ice cream will be too runny.

All the recipes in this chapter make around 800 ml, unless otherwise stated.

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