Easy no churn strawberry ice cream recipe with just 3 ingredients. Step by step pictures recipe.
I have already raved enough about my love towards strawberry earlier in my posts and how I had developed an aversion with the flavour. Now last month I somehow was craving something with strawberry and could get fresh strawberries too. Aj was so much excited to know I was planing for this. He was craving for ice cream and we didn’t buy him because of the situation. So it was definitely a treate for him. Enjoyed every bit of it.
Though Vj is not fan of certain things, he have it because of the fact it is homemade. Was happy that they enjoyed homemade ice cream for few days. I too had couple of times. Made it with just whipping cream. But you can also add some 1/2 cup milk. Use icing sugar as it has some corn starch which helps to make the ice cream softer in texture. Check out my
- 400 ml Whipping cream
- 10 fresh strawberries
- 1/4 cup sugar
First clean the strawberries. Cut off the green part along a small portion attached to it.
Place clean strawberries, sugar in a mixie. Grind smoothly.
Take whipping cream in a mixing bowl. I place my bowl over cold water to fasten the whipping process.
Start beating with a electric hand mixer. keep whipping in circular motion covering all the cream until you get stiff peaks. Do not over beat.
Add the fresh strawberry puree to it and fold to mix in the strawberry.
Now transfer to a freezer safe container. Freeze for 10 hours before serving. For softer texture, you can take out after an hour before it fully freezes, and again grind and freeze. It’s messy but helps in softer ice cream (I skipped)
- You can use half cup milk also in the recipe. Using icing sugar helps for softer texture.
- Taking out the ice cream before it completely freezes and grinding helps in softer texture of ice cream (do couple of times)
Homemade strawberry ice cream method:
- First clean the strawberries. Cut off the green part along a small portion attached to it.
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