If you like blueberries, you should try this. Creamy, delicious, and unique purple color. From Global Table Adventure. Makes 2 quarts so if you have a smaller ice cream maker you need to divide it and churn it in TWO batches. I used 1/4 t. cardamom and cardamom was very subtle. Notice that you need to chill blueberry mixture a long time-preferably overnight-I have not included that chilling in prep time. I have a 1.5 quart ice maker so did do it in two batches-but second batch did not get as solid b/c the cylinder had warmed up. Churning took about 25 minutes per batch. Next time I am going to reduce so it fits. This recipe has a different technique-fruit is chilled overnight; LATER cream and milk is added right before churning.
What is a limber? It’s kind of like a popsicle, but is usually served in a small plastic cup and made with natural fruit juices. It’s very rich in flavor and texture, since often the pulp of the fruit is not removed from the mix. Tip: You’ll know a mango is ripe if it’s tender to the touch and you get the strong scent of mango when you smell it. Servings are a approximate. From Modern Mami.
This dish is a little different than most Tunisian carrot salads, which are mashed. Lots of flavour and easy to make, this is great with one of the many Tunisian meat dishes. Also, even though it is called a salad, it is cooked and then served at room temperature. Enjoy! :)
I'm posting this in answer to a request. I haven't made it myself. It was on a site called The Ice Cream Parlor. An ice cream maker is necessary. Times do not include chilling or freezing, and are guesses.
A contest winning, healthy and easy recipe from Taste of Home. And it is SO good. No ice cream maker necessary! Recipe posted by Jill Swavely, Green Lane, Pennsylvania. NOTE: I made this the other day and used 1/4 cup Splenda and 1/4 cup sugar PLUS I misread the directions and just threw all of the ingredients in to the blender and I have to say it worked great without the heating of the "syrup".
Simple sorbet using frozen strawberries and blueberries. Ready to eat in about 10 minutes! (Actually, I'm not sure if it is a 'real' sorbet, but it eats like one.) The type of blender that you have will make a difference in how much syrup you will need- I only needed 1/2 cup to cover my berries halfway, as per the blender directions. If you need to add more than 3/4 cup, you may have to pop it into the freezer for a bit before eating it, but with my blender it turned out perfect. I made a double batch of the syrup and stored the extra it in the fridge for the next few batches of sorbet.
"These creamy vanilla-flavored orange juice pops will transport you back to the days of standing in line at the ice cream truck. Add a couple drops each of yellow and red natural food dye to give them a more vivid orange color." Recipe from Eating Well Magazine. Update: WOWZERS are these good!!! I cut the recipe in half which allowed me to use just one 6oz cup of yogurt and it made 5 small Tupperware size popsicles.
My family loved this simple dessert (it is like an ice-cream cake) with fortune cookies on New Year's Day. It is a bit of a labor intensive recipe and will uses a lot of bowls/beaters -- but is very enjoyable--most of the time is spent in the freezer. Prep time includes freezing time -- 4 hours or up to one week. Recipe source: Bon Appetit (January 1981)