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Strawberry Ice Cream

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Ingredients

1 cup of full-fat whole milk
3/4 cup of cream (25 to 35% low-fat dairy cream)
1 cup of strawberries — freshly chopped
8 tbsp of organic unrefined cane sugar or regular sugar

Nutritional information

1078 kcal
calories
89.04 g
carbohydrates
33.75 g
protein
67.38 g
fat
283 mg
sodium
245 mg
cholesterol

Strawberry Ice Cream

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
  • Easy

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Luscious pink strawberries sitting atop a vast stretch of creamy smooth ice cream is everyone’s delight. Chopped strawberries add to the flavor and the visual appeal of this amazing strawberry ice cream recipe. Children, in particular, love its pink color and its characteristic aroma that can draw them from afar! What better a way to celebrate a family get-together than to make some homemade smooth and creamy strawberry ice cream? Well, the wait’s finally over!

Health Benefits

Strawberries are rich in vitamin C which is good for immunity and is a wonderful antioxidant too. It also helps in strengthening the eye’s cornea and retina. It also helps in preventing cancer and helps keep blood pressure in check. Strawberries are also rich in fiber and help regulate digestion and control type 2 diabetes. These lovely fruits also help in the reduction of inflammation in the joints.

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How to make Strawberry Ice Cream

  • Combine milk, cream, sugar, and the chopped strawberries in a blender and blend everything until it results in a smooth
  • Pour the strawberry and milk mixture into a container and refrigerate it for a few hours. When the ice cream is fully set, let it stay at room temperature for some time until you can cut it through with a knife.
  • Break the formation into parts with a knife, getting rid of ice crystals and add the ice cream pieces once again to the blender. Whip it till the ice cream mixture is smooth, creamy, and slightly more in volume.
  • Pour back the mixture in a container and keep it in the freezer to allow the ice cream to set. When done, you can serve it plain and simple or add with some freshly chopped strawberries.

Trivia

Strawberry ice cream was introduced for the very first time in the year 1813 when it was served at the 2nd inaugural ball of the American Founding Father James Madison. Interestingly enough, each strawberry has some 200 seeds! Don’t believe us? Well, try counting for yourself!

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