Have you ever wanted the perfect Ice cream balls? I know I do. Well with a little practice you can!
All you need is some parchment paper, an Ice cream scoop, a cookie sheet, and some ice cream
1. Lay out your parchment paper on top of the cookie sheet
2. Let your ice cream reach a temperature where the ice cream is easy to scoop, but not melting. If you have to use a lot of force you need to keep waiting. I know, it’s hard.
3. Use the ice cream scoop to scrape across the top of the ice cream, rolling it into a ball shape.
4. Put the ball on the parchment paper. Reshape it if you need too.
5. Place balls in the freezer to firm back up before you serve them.
On the left we have a perfect ball. On the right you can see a ball I made before the ice cream was ready to scoop. It was still too hard.
This ice cream has a light and creamy flavor. I used Alton Brown’s Avocado Ice Cream Recipe. I did, however, change the recipe by adding the Tequila.
12 oz. Avocado Meat (about 3 small to med. avocados)
1 Tsp. Lemon Juice
1 1/2 c. Whole Milk
1/2 c. Sugar
1 c. Heavy Cream
1/8 c. Tequila
1. Peel and pit Avocados. Dice the avocado meat.
2. Add the avocados, lemon juice, milk, and sugar to a blender and puree
3. Whisk the heavy cream and Tequila into the mixture
4. Chill the mix until it’s under 40 deg. F. (4-6 hours)
5. Process in an ice cream maker.
Mmmm. Blended Avocados.
Look at that Ice Cream. Yummy, Yummy.
Coal is all for helping me clean up. He loves anything that is “people food”. He really liked this ice cream.
Have you ever wanted to make perfect ice cream balls? I have. Check out my Perfect Ice Cream Ball‘s post to see how!
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-Profiteroles the Modern Way
Profiteroles the Modern Way
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