Last summer when we were visiting my sister in Oregon one of her neighbors had some overflowing cherry trees and we were offered whatever we could pick! After quite a number of batches, I was finally happy with my homemade Mango Ice Cream. Egg-Free Ice Cream, from the Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams cookbook, has become so popular it warrants its own bullet point. The ice cream is very rich, and the next time, I will try foregoing the additional 1/4 of sugar.
And from the snowy fields back to the Homemade Mango Ice Cream (honestly, I have to suppress a laugh it must look so ridiculous to you!). Combined with maple syrup, coconut milk and a hint of vanilla, it makes a treat so lovely, you’ll never want to stop eating it.
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And the best part is that you can make each one of them without an ice cream maker. What was first started as a way to keep in touch with family has turned into a food blog with lots of pictures and recipes. Sometimes if I am using something really delicate, or adding a sauce I want swirled in distinctly (instead of really combined), I’ll scrape the ice cream out of the maker, then fold in carefully by hand before ripening the ice cream.
I’ve only tested it with our ice cream , so I don’t know how much of a difference the brand (i.e. the quality or ingredients in the ice cream) would make. You can read the rest of the top 10 most popular on my page about the top 10 recipes downloaded from this website.