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We know you’re going to ignore us. But we’re going to say it anyway. Sprinkles are just wrong on ice cream.
When you’ve got the perfectly smooth texture of ice cream that delightfully melts on the tip of your tongue – why would you want to add something crunchy and, well, artificial on top.
Chocolate sauce we understand. You can never have enough chocolate sauce. But sprinkles – really?
Do you really like ice cream that much?
Of course, who doesn’t?
What’s your favourite flavour?
Vanilla, because it goes with everything. Of course, we always have it with something!
What kind of ice cream makers are there?
We view there as being 3 types. They range from the most basic to the most expensive in this order: there are a limited number that you put in the freezer and stir the ice cream as it freezes. Mid-range are the more common ones that have a bowl that you place in the freezer, usually overnight. You take it out, pour your mixture in, it stirs it as the cold bowl freezes it. Generally you end up putting the mixture in the freezer afterwards too for a final little freeze. The final kind starts to get more expensive as they freeze the mixture as they stir it – i.e. they’re one ice cream making unit.
Can I have some of your ice cream?
No. We’re going to eat it all ourselves. Make your own – that’s the point!
Spray the fruit with lemon juice
Puree the fruit through your food processor
Place in a bowl and chill in your refrigerator
Dissolve 65 grams of sugar in 800ml of water in a saucepan over a low heat
Chill this syrup in the refrigerator for 1 hour
Combine the syrup and fruit mixture thoroughly
Transfer to your ice cream maker and follow the manufacturers instructions for sorbet
4 egg yolks
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1 cup milk
1 cup whipping cream
Vanilla extract to taste
Beat together the egg yolks and sugar.
Heat the milk in a saucepan over a medium to low heat until it simmers.
Mix the milk with the egg yolks/sugar mixture.
Transfer back to the saucepan and stir over a low heat for 7 – 10 minutes – until it coats the back of a spoon.
Chill in the fridge for one hour (the mixture – not you! )
Once it is cool, stir in the rest of the ingredients.
Add to your icecream maker and follow its instructions to end up with lovely ice cream!