Thank you Pamela. :D. I made blueberry ice-cream last year and was impressed at how beautiful the flavors transported. I never knew you could make ice cream that quick. Not quite as good as the strawberry. In any case - if I have something hot, jeez - I'd rather they stick it under a heat lamp until the other peoples' food are ready. It means he made my wife's food and then just started working on someone elses' order... :s. Well, I went out with Big Man recently and he had finished his main course and mine still hadn´t appeared....it was a little more unusual though, I think they do typically try to work on one table at a time! I would mix it with cocoa powder and stir it around a lot until all blended and smooth, so I really love smooth, soft cream too! David Lebovitz gives it a favourable review. Not sure how it would turn out with that! Luckily it has never happened to me in my city. In your food processor or blender, add frozen berries, yogurt, and honey. And the photos are perfect! no cream?! Whisk sugar into cream. Some of my fruit was a bit icy. I suppose it's worth it if the food really is that good :), Thanks BA - really simple to make! Hi Charles, have just made the icecream very successfully, and it was delicious.. The *best* Chinese place I know is "La Céleste Gourmand" - 8 Rue Tâcherie, metro Hotel de Ville. Dice any fruit you prefer. I would guess it would be wonderful too! 1 1/2 cups frozen mixed berries (such as strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, etc.) I’m thinking now of trying this out with the raspberries I have lurking in the freezer... Hi GD - I never tried it with other berries except blueberries. Put the diced fruit into a freezer bag and freeze. Word of caution: Don't make this when you are the only one home. Thanks for the great tip! Reminded me of old-fashioned ice cream shop creamy custard. All you have to say is "blueberry ice cream" and I'm there! If necessary, use the tamper to push down the ingredients and break up air pockets. In Japan, we say politely "please allow me to eat first". Two thumbs ups!
I do recommend it :)
Hi Liz - how long are you going to be in Paris for? Your blueberry ice cream has such a lovely color. If you go there, make sure you order the more authentic sounding stuff... don't choose boring junk like "spring rolls"... go for things like fried aubergine and garlic, cabbage hotpot, tofu and cucumber etc... it's amazing. EDITED 06/12/08: I've made this with mandarin oranges AND bananas. We went blueberry picking over the weekend and I have buckets of blueberries, So now I know exactly what I am going to to do with it. Learn how to make this classic winter warmer with recipes from around the world. Like always I am introduced to new foods on your website which I love. Well I like soft looking ice cream so this blueberry ice cream is perfect for me. Ice cream and frozen yoghurts are generally incredibly high in sugars, preservatives, colours, thickeners and flavours. Place the yogurt and frozen berries in the container of the Vitamix. We also have bubble teas and flavor teas. I'm wondering where I normally go now, haha. Place in a single layer on the tray and freeze for 4–6 hours until solid, or overnight. ~Melissa, Thanks Meliss - let me know how it goes :), I definitely will! The Chinese restaurant sounds delicious too. Once the fruit has hardened, put the frozen fruit in a blender with some mint leaves and the Greek yogurt. The ingredients list couldn't be simpler: frozen unsweetened raspberries and heavy cream. Info. Never tried making or had a blueberry ice cream before. I THINK NEXT TIME I WILL CUT THE SPLENDA DOWN A BIT MORE.WITH THE VANILLA SOY MILK WAS A BIT SWEET STILL. I love how simple and healthy this is Charles, sounds like a perfect way to satisfy a craving when you don't feel like going to the grocery store. Trick of the trade :). Two days of heat and humidity (on Wed and Thurs) where you wanted to wear shorts to work followed by 3 chilly days where you want to bundle up in sweaters. Freeze until completely solid, 2 hours. Hi Chica - do they at least try to group tables together, because that wouldn't be so bad, but when one person gets their food and then there's people carrying similar dishes to what you've ordered to other tables all over the restaurant... that's a bit hard to swallow. I guess all that waiting made the noodles taste better as you're probably ravenous by the time it arrives. This is heavenly. Makes me want to go and make one now! I've done this before with raspberries and other fruits..Once you try a yoghurt-based recipe, it's quite hard to go back for a very sweet industry-made ice-cream.. Instant frozen berry yogurt 40 ratings 4.8 out of 5 star rating Three ingredients and two minutes is all you need to whip up this low-fat, low-calorie yogurt, which is ideal for eating after exercise Ingredients • 200g frozen raspberries • 250ml double cream • 1 tsp icing sugar. Btw, I love having ice creams during rainy days. It is lazying around the house with a cup of cold comfort. Very fun. If those are your bad photos, I hate to think what's your bar for good photos. Serve immediately, or freeze for up to one week. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. What an excellent idea for instant ice-cream! 258 calories; protein 1.1g; carbohydrates 32.5g; fat 14.8g; cholesterol 54.3mg; sodium 16.5mg. I had recently froze large fresh picked strawberries in the last 2 weeks. no eggs? Wow! Congrats! It reminds me of the thick smoothies my sons and I make and enjoy eating with a spoon. Serves: 8-10. Berries are such a low carb friendly fruit as they are lower in sugars and are packed with … I've made strawberry this time, but I plan on experimenting with fresh nectarines and peaches next. My husband makes "smoothies" all of the time. The hot sauce totally balances out the ice-cream, right?! It's quite difficult to enjoy a meal when everyone gets the orders at different times. Blend for 2 minutes or until the mixture is creamy. Yup, I've had the pleasure of experiencing London weather for a while and if I'd have waited for nice weather to eat ice cream, I'd probably be a totally deprived child :D Kidding! But I learned and I love the custardy ice cream. allrecipes.com.au/recipe/161/no-freeze-instant-berry-ice-cream.aspx EDITED 06/21/08: I made a triple batch of this today with blackberry, blueberry and strawberry. Although I'm making those chick peas first....hopefully this week! It's too bad you're not a fan of Japanese - the area around rue St. Anne (metro: Pyramides) has a lot of fantastic Japanese restaurants... delicious noodle dishes - ramen, udon etc! Hi Charles, Thank you for the idea to use yogurt. Having three dinners served at such intervals would make the experience one I'd be hesitant to repeat but I'm glad you and your wife adapted and still had a pleasant outing. :). I hoping that you don't mind if I link back to you on this? Thanks Sawsan - we almost always have yoghurt in the house, it's not hard to buy a box of blueberries or something and shove them in the freezer so it's really a very convenient, healthy snack indeed! The staff can be a bit brusque at times but the food... oh my God.
Holy cow! At least I can see if that serving is a regular thing then! This was not what I was expecting at all. A fast way to make delicious ice cream without compromising quality. https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/instant-frozen-berry-yogurt Looks like I'll be making ice cream this week. It does have some choc flavouring but also real dark chocolate chips in it , and is the most intense chocolate tasting one we know. I just had a quick check and couldn't really find out what the difference is... if I remember correctly, I think turkish yoghurt is even more thick and creamy than greek yoghurt, or maybe it's vice versa?! Alot less calories and alot better for you. I'm really glad - did you make it using a stick blender in the end? 3 Ingredient Instant Ice Cream - no sugars. A definite keeper in my recipe box. I spent time in China a few years ago and the very first meal I had was a bowl of hand-made noodles in an aromatic beef broth. Chocolate I'm not sure about. Good dessert for someone who is either diabetic and has to watch their sugars OR someone who's trying to lose weight but still have something sweet every once and a while.
Hi Arudhi - it was really annoying, and then of course you have the moments of "ah, ah, this is it, this is it" when a waiter walks past with bowls of noodles.... just to end up being disappointed :(. Ingredients. They prepare the food in front of you, do a fun knife and fire show. Grumble grumble.
Hope you have a great Sunday, what ever is left of it anyway. I doubled it, knowing that other reviewers had said that it makes such a small amount. Blitz on high speed until the blueberries are broken down and the yoghurt has taken on a thick, ice-cream-like consistency. :-). I think I'll be going back - if only because I want to explore their menu. I ALSO MADE MANGO AND STARBERRY FLAVOR'S.THE POSSIBLITY WITH FLAVOR'S IS ENDLESS.THNX MUCH FOR A WEOBDERFUL RECIPE:). And I wish I could drag my family to a Chinese restaurant as I'd love to eat at Les Pates Vivantes when we're in Paris next month...I think I traumatized them a few years ago at a fabulous (to me :)) Vietnamese spot in San Fransisco. I was surprised when I came to the US first that people who ordered noodle soup waited for me. I find it very cheery. I love the simple ingredients, esp Greek yogurt....it has a nice thick consistency! So easy and love blueberry! The only difference was that I did not have the thicker Greek yoghurt, only ordinary, so it turned out not quite so thick as it could have been, and we could not wait to eat it, so I added a bit of creme fraiche and that worked fine. What`s the point of having meal outside together with our family/friends then, right? Then she paused and said, "Can you go make it?" You may want to blend longer if you want a smoother fruit texture. this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines. As I mentioned to A_Boleyn, I think I will go back - I want to explore the menu a bit more, plus they have some good vegetarian courses, which makes going there with my parents easy, since my mother is a veggie! Holy cow! Hi Jesica - you got me - I'm lying--- actually you need 10 eggs and 6 cups of cream for these little bowls :D :D
Hi Lisa, if you ever come to Paris I'll tell you the location of the best Chinese restaurant I ever experienced outside of China! EDITED 06/21/08: I made a triple batch of this today with blackberry, blueberry and strawberry. 15. Allrecipes is part of the Meredith Food Group. It will be our first trip...I'm SO looking forward to it :) Fingers crossed for good weather! I thought I was making ice cream. It looks like soft frozen yoghurt and the color is very appealing! Hi, Charles! Thanks Yudith - they go across really well don't they! I used blueberries, but can't wait to try peaches. Your recipe looks quite healthy. "La" means pull or stretch, "mian" means noodles. Something about walking along darkening streets with rain lashing down around you... fills me with happiness :D. HI Charles, we have the exact same problem with ALL Asian restaurants in Toronto. Thanks Marina - I didn't think to make it for breakfast actually... that's a really great and healthy breakfast idea - thanks!! One hint if you're using a blender instead of a food processor add half the cream to the blender first and then drop in the frozen berries while the blender is running. There are several great Japanese noodle dishes ... miso soup, soba noodles in a peanut butter sauce, for example. can't wait to try it! Place the frozen fruit in a food processor with the Greek yogurt, heavy cream and vanilla. Use any frozen fruit in place of the strawberries. You might be having wierd weather but right here in hot, HOT India, I'd like a bowl right away!! I used unsweetened frozen mixed berries for that is what I had on hand (I had to adjust the amount of sugar because the other berries in the mix tend to be a bit tart). It has happened to me very rarely, but from friends' opinions or internet sources I noticed it's always "regular" behaviour in certain places, so I would never come back to a restaurant like this. Whiz the frozen berries with maple syrup and 125ml liquid of your choice, such as fruit juice, yogurt or cream, or you can even add part juice and part liqueur - we used apple juice but blood orange juice and a dash of Campari would work, a little elderflower cordial with Champagne, or half raspberry juice and half clotted cream. I'd go back, for sure, but I did end up wishing I'd ordered my wife's food and not mine, lol :D. This looks like an easy and fun thing to make with the girls. The mandarin oranges were drained really well, but still made this ice cream more "ice-crystal-ly." Thanks a lot for the tip! I doubled it, knowing that other reviewers had said that it makes such a small amount. I adjusted the recipe slightly, using the smoked paprika since it had been a hit with the girls on the nuts a couple weeks back. I don't have a f.p. Hi Asmita - I'm so jealous... buckets of blueberries :'( They're not really something which grows in France... damn, I'd love to go picking blueberries!! It really only takes 5 MINUTES to make this! Can I also do this with stuff like chocolate, strawberries, ect.? 1 (10 ounce) package frozen sliced strawberries. I love stawberry Ice Cream and this is wonderful!!! :D. Lovely recipe - so fresh, tasty and quick! Do not defrost the fruit. If the photo makes you think of creamy deliciousness then that's good enough for me :D
Aaah, wonderful! Roast beef is a classic main dish for holidays, family get-togethers, and elegant dinners alike. I think you would need to cut them to small chunks before freezing, but I bet it will be delicious!! blueberry is my hubby's favorite :)
Their vanilla one is good, too. I told her about your recipe for instant blueberry ice cream and she said, "Can I have it?" Haha Kristy - so, did you perform your motherly duties and provide your dear daughter with ice-cream? Sugar Berry Frozen Yogurt, Lansing: See 10 unbiased reviews of Sugar Berry Frozen Yogurt, rated 4.5 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #123 of 445 restaurants in Lansing. THIS WAS VERY YUMMY!!! Please don't forget to check your nomination:
We had to reassure her that he was all done and not coming back before she would sit to eat again. I made two different flavors...strawberry and peach. 1088 Jackson Xing. This is a quick recipe to WOW company who drop by. My favourite place is the place. Your email address will not be published. Serve soft or transfer to an airtight freezable container and freeze for at least 3 … :). I can't say the waiting made it taste better, lol - I came away from the restaurant wishing I'd ordered my wife's dish, but my long awaited one wasn't bad. So sorry the weather hasn't been better; with the early start to spring I thought you were in for an awesome season. We've made it over and over. I guess Lidl exists in Cork, right? Strawberries I'm not so sure about, since they're a fair bit larger! I'd love to make this ice cream soon. Always wanted to make my own icecream, but I would make chocolate one, it's hard to find really tasty chocolate icecream for some reason...
The weather here has been crazy too, rain to dust to boiling hot to cold! I'm with you, Charles...ice cream any time of the year works for me! Helpful Tip: To lighten this up, almond or soy milk can be used in place of the milk, agave nectar or a low-calorie sweetener can be used in place of the sugar, and 1 tablespoon of cocoa powder and additional 2 tablespoons of sweetener can be used in place of the … I wanted to barbeque today but we'll see what the weather brings this afternoon. I'd LOVE to go to a Japanese place like that. They were tender, chewy, and absolutely delicious! Hi Sharyn,
Or anything special? Have a great week! Instant Raspberry Ice Cream. This guide to cooking roast beef will help you create a flavorful, moist, and tender roast. Maybe it's an American thing - I see them in movies and tv shows and I always think "damn, that looks like a fun eating experience".... never seen anything like that here.... :(