Forget beetroot in your salads or added to a burger. Instead take some of these sweet purple/red root vegetables, add a few extra ingredients, and turn out a batch of wonderful ice cream.
The sweet peaches add great texture, and the pecans pack in a crunchy bite to this homemade ice-cream recipe.
This Lime and Coconut Ice Cream has great tropical flavours to cool you down on a hot summer day
This flavour is extremely popular in Japan and South Korea, and other parts of East Asia, and almost all ice cream manufacturers produce a version of it. The name matcha comes from a specific type of green tea used in the Japanese tea ceremony. Green tea ice cream is also sold in monaka form. Matcha green tea flavoured ice cream is a perfect dessert to serve after a Japanese-style meal.
Homemade ice cream is a special treat, especially when it’s made with lovely fresh blackberries. With a few ingredients and a little time and you can whip up a batch of deliciously refreshing blackberry ice cream.
Make this Banana Ice Cream recipe in your ice cream machine or in your freezer. Then make it even yummier with a drizzle of chocolate syrup. You can’t go wrong with banana desserts!
Kulfi has similarities to ice cream in appearance and taste, but is denser and creamier. It comes in various flavours, including cream (malai), raspberry, rose, mango, cardamom (elaichi), saffron (kesar or zafran), and pistachio, the more traditional flavours, as well as newer variations like apple, orange, strawberry, peanut, and avocado.
Overindulgence in coffee may be one of your greatest vices; but then again, ice cream might also be a weakness – so why not combine the two for a double indulgence.
Chocolate syrup is a chocolate flavoured condiment. It is often used as a topping for various desserts, such as ice cream or mixed with milk to make chocolate milk.
Creamy, smooth, and deliciously coconut flavoured, you’ll fall in love with this homemade ice cream with just one lick. Also healthier than most store-bought ice cream. Perfect for a summertime treat, or for a welcome dessert anytime of year.