Ice Cream with Raspberries
Do you like ice cream? Do you like it extremely cold or soft when it starts to melt slightly, placed in a wafer cone, on a stick or sliced like a cake? Variety of ice cream flavours available in summer turns heads. Have you ever tried to make ice cream at home? What might look like a complicated process at first glance is actually surprisingly simple. This time you won’t need an ice cream making machine or complex recipes requiring a lot of ingredients. Try this creamy ice cream with raspberries – easy to make, delicious and it only requires four ingredients. Select any berries you like or the ones that are easily available on the season. Stirring in some of your favourite jam will be just as tasty.
- 400ml 30% fat sour cream
- 1/4 glass milk
- 100g sugar (take into consideration the sweetness of the berries)
- 300 graspberry
- pinch of vanilla sugar (optional, to taste)
Beat the cream, milk, sugar and vanilla sugar (if you’re using it) in the deep bowl. Leave to stand for 10 minutes until the sugar dissolves.
Rinseand crushthe raspberries. If youdon’t likeraspberry seeds run crushed berries through a sieve.
Stir in the crushed berries into the cream mixture and pour in to a sealable container. Place it in the freezer for an hour. Take the container out and whisk ice cream mass with a spoon or electric mixer. That way little ice crystals will break and ice cream will become smoother. Place the container back in the freezer and repeat the process 3-4 more times. After that leave the icecream to solidify.
If you’re using an ice cream making machine follow manufacturer’s instructions.