Passion Fruit Ice Cream

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As you probably gathered from the lack of food posts these past couple of weeks, I’m still not much in the mood for cooking.

However, last night I had friends over for dinner – the Italian dinner, post to follow soon – and decided to have two small desserts. One was my all time favourite panna cotta (what better excuse than an Italian dinner to make panna cotta again!) and ice cream.

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As I’m currently quite smitten with passion fruit, both desserts were flavoured with it. For the ice cream I used the usual cream & icing sugar basis and added passion fruit. So easy and so gratifying!

To portion the ice cream, I used 2 cl plastic schnapps glasses and stuck lolly sticks in them. Although I only needed 7 portions, I used the full 250 ml cream – so I now have lots of ice cream snacks in my freezer, yummy!

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Yummy is exactly how the ice cream turned out. I love it! The sweet cream combined with the tart passion fruit tastes amazing. I used both the pulp and the seeds of the passion fruit which makes for an unusual experience for the taste buds.Β  I will definitely make this again.

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Passion Fruit Ice Cream

  • Servings: 18
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250 ml cream
160 ml icing sugar
8 passion fruit
18 plastic schnapps glasses
18 lolly sticks

Pour cream into a large bowl, then sieve icing sugar into it. Mix with a whisk, then add the pulp and seeds of the passion fruit.

Whip the mixture with a handheld mixer until thick and smooth but not stiff.

Set the plastic schnapps glasses on a small baking tray and distribute the cream mixture between them, filling the glasses to the rim. Freeze for 45 minutes [by then the mixture will have set a little] then stick a lolly stick into the middle of each glass. Freeze overnight.

To eat, hold the plastic glasses under warm water until you can easily pull the ice cream from them.

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