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Cream cheese ice cream

This is just the prefect ice-cream to serve with my carrot and marigold cake, the cake recipe will make two loaf tins rather than a large round cake and then if you make this ice-cream there is no need for icing;  a wonderful dessert, decorate the dish with some marigold flowers or thin parings of carrot.

Our love for ice cream keeps growing – not quite to American standards who eat on average 20 litres per year thats 60 cones! – the array of ice cream choices in our shops does seem to expand each month – one of my favourites, if you haven’t got time to make your own, is Alder Carr , a lovely Suffolk maker – try their gooseberry sorbet!

If your feeling down there is a real explanation why it seems so easy to eat a whole tub of ice cream, apparently depressed people cannot taste fat in food so easily! Think Bridget Jones!

 

 

Cream cheese ice cream

Serves 8

300 ml full fat milk

250g caster sugar

350g cream cheese

1 tsp vanilla extract

2 large free range eggs

juice of lemon

600ml double cream

Cream cheese

Heat the milk in a pan, do not boil.

In a bowl beat the sugar, cream cheese, eggs and vanilla.

Pour warm milk into a clean pan and pour over the sugar and egg mixture

Whisk over a slow heat until a smooth custard is formed.

Take off the heat, pour in a bowl and let it cool.

Add lemon juice and cream. Whip together. Taste adjust sweetness if you need to.

Freeze in your ice cream maker.

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2 comments on “Cream cheese ice cream

margaret honer

26 Oct 2013

hi Sally just a note to say how much we are enjoying your recipes (nearly as much as we enjoyed our meals whilst staying with you at the old rectory). have tried a couple of the recipes and enjoyed them,looking forward to trying the icecream!! hope to see you both again in the near future. regards to Penny
margaret

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    sallyball

    11 Nov 2013

    So delighted you enjoyed your stay and are enjoying the recipes. x

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