Monday, August 5, 2019

Blueberry Icecream

Summer is going by like a flash. Lil J was sick when it was winter. We thought things would get better when it is summer. But looks like it is never gonna get better. The never ending fever and cold is draining us out of  energy and patience too. This year we have not been having any cold treat just to make sure we are not the ones who trigger the sickness.

When working on this blueberry icecream's post I remembered how much we enjoyed it last summer to make different flavored icecreams at home and have it post lunch on hot summer afternoons. They are simple to make and great to enjoy with your family. While we are yet to enjoy icecreams this summer, I would definitely like you too enjoy your summer with homemade and yummy icereams with your family. So make it and enjoy it.

  1. About 3 cups of blueberries, washed and pureed
  2. 2 tbsp of sugar
  3. 1/2 cup of sweetened condensed milk
  4. 1 cup of cold whipping cream
  5. A big pinch of salt

  • In a saucepan, take the pureed blueberries with sugar and 1/4 cup of water. Cook it untill the water gets reduced and it gets a saucy texture. Turn off the heat and let it cool down completely. Strain it to remove the pulp.
  • In a bowl, take the cold whipping cream and beat it to soft peaks. Add the condensed milk and berry sauce and beat it again untill it blends well.
  • Now pour it into an airtight container and place it in the freezer. 
  • After 2 hours, take it out and using a hand mixer beat the mixture well. Keep it back in the freezer. Continue this process for 2 more times. 
  • Freeze it for 6-7 hours or untill it sets. Its going to turn out to be creamy and rich just like the store bought ice cream. 
  • You could avoid straining the pureed cherry mixture if you don't mind having the grainy texture in your icecream.
  • Beating the icecream every 2 hours makes it creamy and just like store bought ones. So do not skip it.
  • Taste test the ice cream mixture to see if it is sweet as per your taste else add more sugar and beat it in.

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