Post your recipe and get notifications when other cooks review and add photos to it. There are so many facets to the subject of ice cream – you might want to know more about the’ evergreen’ of desserts – the sundae for example – or by complete contrast you might prefer an ice cream sandwich or enjoy trying different toppings or even reading about the historical side of things.
Split the difference and make this sharp cheddar ice cream, which has the advantage of not turning oily and leathery when used to top pie, as cheese tends to. It isn’t meant to be eaten on its own, but pair it with a slice fresh from the oven and you’ll be amazed at how well it works.
When I received my review copy in the mail several days ago, the first thing that impressed me was how well put together this cookbook is, with beautiful photography that accompanies each recipe and easy-to-read recipes that each fit on a single page.
Strasberry ice cream – if you have never tried strasberries (pictured above right) read my dedicated page here My recipe was the very first strasberry ice cream ever published on the Internet and I had enormous fun getting hold of the strasberries (not easy!) and then making the ice cream.
Combine the NESTLÉ MILKMAID Sweetened Condensed Milk, milk and mango puree in a bowl. If you have a vanilla ice cream you like better than this one simply add the syrup and change out the vanilla for almond and your good to go! This ice cream cake is made entirely from store-bought ingredients, which means absolutely anyone can make it.