Our farmer’s Market still sells beautiful fresh berries. I love to eat them right from the basket, savoring their different flavors and sweetness. Berries make such great desserts and treats. My favorite berries are probably raspberries. This very berry ice cream goes well with my chocolate sorbet. It's a great combination between the richness of the berry ice cream and the deep chocolate flavor of the sorbet.
I came upon this ice cream recipe in a copy of Allrecipes magazine. I like the ingredients and how easy it is to make. I used my Vitamix to puree the berries and prepare the ingredients. This is a rich, creamy dessert that will stick to your gum. Although the original recipe calls for two cups of cream, I reduced it to one cup of half and half and one cup whipping cream. For the milk I used what I had in the fridge which was 2% milk. If you decide to make this ice cream, you can use all cream and different fruits, or just one type of fruit. This ice cream is not as sweet as commercial ones, and I like it that way. If you like it sweeter, increase the amount of sugar. The possibilities are endless.
The Recipe for Very Berry Ice Cream
You will need an ice cream maker and food processor or mixer to make this recipe.
It makes about 8 servings. It is best when it comes out of the ice cream maker or is frozen for only a few hours.
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