No-Churn Honey Berry Ice Cream
Imagine, for a moment, a land where water is abundant, exotic animals roam wild, palm trees tower over homes, and white sandy beaches are as beautiful as they are plentiful. Welcome to Florida. I may have left out a few details. Those exotic reptiles are alligators. The palm trees might fall on your house if there’s a hurricane. Water is abundant in the form of oceans, but also storms. The thing about the white sandy beaches stands true. This unique place is where I call home and most of the year, I love it, but some days it’s absolutely, excruciatingly HOT! Summer in Florida is fiery, so just like SPF and a wide-brim hat, ice cream is an essential here.
This No-Churn Honey Berry Ice Cream recipe is a delicious treat that can be whipped up in minutes and requires no ice cream maker. It needs to be frozen for 6 hours, but if you make it at night you can enjoy it the next day when the temperatures start to climb.
Recipe notes: I used a bag of frozen mixed berries. You can certainly choose to use a bag of all one type of berry, if you prefer. I also used organic, pesticide-free honey (from Wholesome) and organic heavy cream. If you can find organic sweetened condensed milk, I recommend that, too.
- 1 (12-ounce) bag frozen mixed berries, no need to thaw
- 2 cups heavy cream
- ½ teaspoon kosher or fine sea salt
- 1 (14-ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
- ¼ cup Wholesome Organic Honey
- Berries and mint for garnish - optional
Place the berries in a food processor and process until finely chopped.
Pour the cream and salt into the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the whisk attachment and whip until stiff peaks are achieved, about 2 minutes.
Using a spatula, fold in the berries, sweetened condensed milk, and honey until fully combined. Transfer the mixture into a freezer-safe container (a 9-inch loaf pan works well) and cover. Place in the freezer until solid, about 6 hours.
Serve garnished with berries and mint, if desired.
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