Blackcurrant Icecream is a summer favourite ice cream recipe. This No-Churn Ice cream is made with whipped heavy cream, condensed milk and some Blackcurrant Crush. It's topped with raisins and frozen overnight to make the coolest summer blackcurrant Ice Cream at home.
The summer months are finally here. Summers = Ice Creams, loads of fun and adventurous nights, long night gossips with friends and binge-watching the favourite TV Shows in the comfort of your home.
The summers are one of the best times of the year. There's an excitement in the air, it's the holiday season and it's so much fun sitting at home and enjoying your favourite flavour of Ice Creams.
Creamy, Blackcurrant Ice Cream with Juicy Raisins feels like chilling in your backyard and watching the sunset on a sultry summer afternoon. Blackcurrant Raisin Ice Cream is unabashedly one of my favourite ice cream flavours of all times. I just love that purple hue and thought to myself that it's something so exotic! Blackcurrant Ice creams have since then become one of my favourites go-to Ice Cream flavours.
Here are the steps
To make this No-Churn Blackcurrant Ice Cream, you start with beating your whipped cream, until it starts to form light peaks.
Once you can see light peaks, you can add the condensed milk and the blackcurrant crush and mix it well.
Finally, throw in a handful of raisins and put this in an Ice Cream tin.
Freeze your Ice Cream for at least 8-10 hours before you scoop out a dollop of the Blackcurrant Ice Cream and top with a spring of mint leaf.
Let's talk taste:
Blackcurrant crush has a sweet taste because it's processed with sugar and lime juice. It's just like your favourite Blackcurrant jam. In the form of an Ice Cream, it tastes sweet, creamy and the raisins give a nice bite to it.
No-Churn Blackcurrant Raisin Ice Cream
- 1+½ Cup Heavy Cream whipped
- ½ Cup Condensed Milk
- ½+¼ Cup Blackcurrant Crush
- Handful Raisins
- Beat the Heavy cream for 2-3 minutes or until you see soft peaks are being formed
- Add the Condensed milk to it and mix it with a wooden or silicone spatula
- Also, add the Blackcurrant crush to it and mix it well.
- Throw in a handful of Raisins and mix well.
- Transfer this into an Ice Cream tin and freeze for 8-10 hours.
- Scoop out your Ice Cream and top with a spring of Mint Leaf and enjoy!
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