Happy reading & cooking! Yep, completely dairy-free ice cream, but you really wouldn’t know. Approximately. 3. Wishing your ankle a speedy recovery so you can enjoy a swim before the summer is over. I’m even more excited now (is that possible?). Yummy! OK, I know that is quite a claim to make… The Best Apricot Ice Cream… EVER. Wrap apricot pits in a heavy dish towel. Before we get to the ice cream (which is FAB), let’s give you a little update. Next time, I’d chop them MUCH smaller, or maybe even smash them and mix them into the cream very well. It only contains 4 ingredients – apricots, coconut cream, sweetener and vanilla. ya right) and hefty amounts of frozen dairy. I’m going to explore chocolate this week! (I get stuff done!). Thanks for the recipe. It is great!! 4. I have also lived in Melbourne for a short-time and love the vibrancy of the city. Transfer the churned mixture to a … I still get a little nervous when I share a new recipe that worked awesome for me that someone contacts me to say it was horrible. I am glad you are enjoying my site! Yay! The sauna that is Bozeman is really not my jam, but I’ll live through it with early morning workouts (ha! ★☆, I'm Mary! I have just made 2 lots of this ice cream, apricot and then strawberry. Enjoy . I have a 13.5 oz can and I have 7.5 oz cans of condensed milk, I don’t know which to use! That is me screaming with excitement, by the way. Thank you so much for this wonderful idea! Stir continuously for 8-10 minutes. | Copyright & Privacy Policy. Thank you so much , Sounds super yummy, you should enter it for Sweet New Zealand, I am hosting this month, info here http://alessandrazecchini.blogspot.co.nz/2014/01/happy-new-year-and-sweet-new-zealand.html, Hi Alessandra, good idea will link up next week . Toast 2 ounces almonds in a microwave or a dry saucepan over high heat until they darken slightly … I told her we didn’t have a plan beyond eating them all within the next 24 hours. Your email address will not be published. We just made this for a post-lunch treat. 24 Comments on “Roasted Apricot and Honey Ice Cream” Elisa @ Insalata di Sillabe — July 10, 2013 @ 4:13 am Reply I’m a huge apricot lover…actually apricots and peaches are my favorite … Our black boy peach only gave us 6 fruit this year – it’s still young – so will pick up some from the farmers market to try this as we have buckets of blackberries in the freezer. Your email address will not be published. Hi Sam, I hope the plums worked well. This ice cream is absolutely amazing! I too love the Nelson Saturday Markets. Mangos were 2 for $2 at the markets today, so I have them all chopped up and in the freezer for tomorrow’s dessert . Rose. Pack into containers and freeze. Joanne, HI Joanne, great to hear you have had success with the ice cream. Stand the pan in the sink of cold water and continue to stir vigorously. Spoon into bowls to eat straight away, or scoop into a lined tin or ice cream container and freezer until firm, about 3 hours. I’ll be trying this with the last plums left on our tree. He simply removes the leaves from the strawberries then cuts them into quarters and freezes them. So of-course I tried making this ice cream with my seconds strawberries using coconut cream (for my dairy intolerant son) and honey instead of icing sugar. I often buy seconds as I find they have the best flavour. Thanks for the recipe and such beautiful photographs Hi Sharon. Reserve some of the apricot "jam" for topping, if desired. Welcome to my online journal where I share recipes and photography inspired by my garden and seasonal produce. Hi Sue, lucky you, PYO flavour is always the best as they are tree-ripened. I just tried this, but with bananas instead of apricots. Enjoy! And I was not disappointed, it is even better made with the fleshy apricots. Nicola , Hi Nicola, Love your recipes and the ice cream. Yummy, this looks divine. The recipe should be updated now! Remove from heat and cool, whisking occasionally. Hi Sophie, it’s such a simple ice cream recipe. All content of this website is copyright to Nicola Galloway (Homegrown Kitchen). Can you use an ice cream maker for this? Oh dear, the rain can be so untimely for fruit ripening! ★☆ Cover and let set for 1 hour. Pour 450ml (15fl oz) water over the apricots, cover and leave to soak overnight. We bought some land with one on it and this is our second year with it. Just made this today – but found my processor didn’t really cope well… jumping out about 10x before it was soft enough to handle it. Put the frozen apricots, coconut milk, 1/4 cup honey and vanilla into a blender or food processor and blitz for 1 minute until smooth. Tag @thekitchenpaper on Instagram and hashtag it #thekitchenpaper, Filed Under: Desserts Tagged With: apricots, brown sugar, cold dessert, cream, fruit, ice cream, roasted. Place the apricots and soaking liquid in a saucepan with the pared rind of the lemon. This is also a Wednesday Farmers Market in the central city which is all about local food. They will smell amazing. Hello Nicola, Our daughter has recently become dairy free as we are trying to avoid more ENT surgery so this is a great site. Strain mixture into a bowl and add the apricot puree. Would you suggest freezing the apricots still? The strawberry seller tells me she has this old chap who comes to her stall every week to buy a large punnet of her seconds strawberries to make into ice cream. The move was pretty darn smooth. The sweetener quantity is only 1/4 – 1/3 cup compared to a cup or more in most ice cream recipes I have made in the past. First time I made it I only had raspberries in the freezer and it was sooooo yummmmy. Place the ice cream into a pacojet container and transfer to the freezer until frozen solid. I make it from all manner of frozen fruit, blueberries is our second favourite after apricots. Burnt pie, anyone? The ice cream itself isn’t icy one bit (as I was nervous “no churn” ice cream would be!). I a glad it worked out perfectly for you too. Wishing you all safe and happy holidays ahead ✨, Today I share the final recipe in my festive serie, The bees sure love blue borage. Swirl apricot "jam" into the ice cream. Tip the almonds onto a baking tray and toast in the oven for about 10 minutes or until golden. On the floor or on a sturdy cutting board, crack pits open using a hammer or a meat mallet, exposing kernels. Although if you really want to you could use cream in place of coconut cream but you won’t taste a lot of difference. Arrange snugly in a single layer on a lined tray. Pour mix into canister of ice cream maker and assemble the machine. The wedding stuff went well — especially going out to our venue and finally seeing it in person. I mostly use TradeAid or Kara brands as they don’t seperate as other brands do. Full disclosure on this ice cream: I found the apricot chunks to be a bit icy and big. Freeze until solid, about 6 hours or overnight. Oh wow! To start, remembering to freeze the canister. Ohh I bet this is delicious with black boy peaches and black berries. Please don’t reproduce without permission. Its very well established. And, it’s really freaking easy. I was glad to have my mom here to help pack, and most of all UNPACK the kitchen. Nicola, Hi Nicola – what a wonderful recipe! ★☆ Every night after dinner he makes a bowl of strawberry ice cream by combining frozen strawberries with a little cream and icing sugar in his blender until smooth. It is dairy-free. Do save the conserve recipe for next year, it is a really simple and more ‘fruity’ than most jam due to the lower sugar content. In fact, I think I’ll go and pick them now, so they can freeze overnight to make tomorrow! Remove the apricots from the oven, and let cool at least 15 minutes. Enjoy! Hi Nicola, Enjoy , Oh man, this looks SO good! AAAAahhhhhhh! Well, simply put, IT IS. My toddler also thought so, she asked for three servings and still demanded to eat some of mine. Read More…, Copyright © 2020 The Kitchen Paper on the Cookd Pro Theme. I follow your blog and although I now live in Melbourne, I grew up in sunny Nelson and just wanted to say how many lovely memories you brought back for me when you mentioned the Saturday Market in this post Simple pleasures of buying fresh produce there every week with my mum – these memories stay with you! Well, simply put, IT IS. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. My original plan was to make peach or nectarine ice cream… Can’t wait to try it out. Line a 1kg (2lb) loaf tin with clingfilm. ★☆ We moved! Finally got around to trying this with apricots frozen from last season. Yum! No ice cream maker necessary. I also have an apricot tree. The rooms are bigger, storage is much more abundant, and the proximity to campus is really quite astounding. I don’t have an ice cream maker (YET), so when I discovered there is such a thing as no churn ice cream I was sold. Why had I not heard of no churn ice cream until now? Place the apricots in a bowl. Fresh Apricot Ice Cream. Your email address will not be published. Wow! Since I don’t use dairy in my recipes, I almost always use coconut milk as the creamy, dairy-free base of my homemade ice … the kids love it, the batch I made with coconut cream was not liked by my fussy kids so I used cream for other batches. Just made the apricot icecream had not the quite quantity so added some fejoas I had frozen from last year abd used rice syrup…was yummy thanks a lot …Now will try other frozen fruit…husband loved it and being a diabetic a treat for him. https://www.greatbritishchefs.com/recipes/apricot-sorbet-recipe Homemade ice cream can be made without an ice cream machine, but there is a wide variety of machines available. For several reasons: 1. You will need a blender or a food processor to make your ice cream mixture. Put 400g (14oz) apricots in a blender. The flavour is so superior to store-brought. ★☆ Truth be told I do have an ice cream maker in my possession (on long-term borrow from my Aunty), but honestly I often find it more hassle that it is worth to use. Have since made ice cream with apricots and blueberries, blueberries being my favorite. Thanks heaps for this great way of using up excess fruit, I made ice cream from our black boy peaches and blackberry s, (from our garden, and the peaches that i grew from seed,!) Here's what you'll need: Mason jar or other large glass canning jar … No, I probably won’t change. Just whip up a can of sweetened condensed milk with two cups of heavy whipping cream, pour it into a loaf pan with whatever you want to flavor it with, and freeze. Wow, today is the first Monday in August. Use a Mason Jar. OK, I know that is quite a claim to make… The Best Apricot Ice Cream… EVER. Hi Pip, other fleshy stone fruit works just as well or berries and mango would be delicious. Those of us without ice cream makers can now rejoice! And the ice cream maker model is one of those manual ones where you need to remember to turn it every 10 minutes and if you don’t remember, well bad luck as your ice cream is frozen solid before it is even churned. Immediately. Using a wire whip, stir in apricots, apricot nectar, yogurt and vanilla. Brilliant. They are seconds because they have some bruising which tells me they were picked ripe rather than ‘almost ripe’. I’ve just recently started getting into paleo desserts (ice creams and ice blocks mostly) and hadn’t found a flavour like this before that I am actually allowed to eat! I think the key is to use very ripe apricots. https://www.fromthegrapevine.com/israeli-kitchen/recipes/apricot-ice-cream Add the caster sugar and whiz to a coarse purée. I glad you are enjoying my recipes . Nicola Galloway, BBQ Rissoles - Green Pea & Chickpea + Lamb & Mint. If you want to, now would be a good time to smash them. Easy! Sounds lovely, the feijoas would work well with the apricots. Spread across a parchment-lined baking sheet, sprinkle with the brown sugar, and broil until they’re starting to brown and bubble (3-5 minutes). Now I regret passing them up! I always used storebought ice cream with frozen berries but wouldn’t have thought to just use coconut cream or fresh cream with a bit of honey and vanilla. Must save this . Thanks for sharing . We love it around here! and discovered I’ll need to spend time getting to know my new oven… it’s much older, and apparently much hotter than our last! I adore apricots. Combine the whipping cream… in the process. I think I’ll be having many more lunchtime visitors! I baked a pie this morning (first thing I’ve cooked in the new digs!) Hi Sue, lovely to hear from you. You wouldn’t know the difference , Just made this with frozen plums (trying to clear out the freezer before the new season starts) and holy moly, it’s so good!! If you are still, http://alessandrazecchini.blogspot.co.nz/2014/01/happy-new-year-and-sweet-new-zealand.html. I hear the electric ones are pretty awesome but I am officially banned from buying more electric gadgets as our newly built over-sized pantry is completely full. Do you have any other recipes to use my fresh apricots with? Thanks for stopping by — welcome to The Kitchen Paper! I realize this is a really old post, but could you specify “one” can? Hi Pip, I bet the mango would be amazing. If you don't have an ice cream maker you can place mixture into a bowl and stir every 10 minutes until the mixture is solidified to your liking. Yum I can’t wait to try this one! I am just looking for recipes to use them up with instead of just making Jam. The basis of this recipe actually came to me via a discussion with a stallholder at Nelson’s Saturday market. I don’t have an ice cream maker (YET), so when I discovered there is such a thing as no churn ice cream I was sold. so rolling around on an office chair in the kitchen. Have made Annabel L’s strawberry which is fab but 2 cups icing sugar so our lovely honey would be great in yours. Hi Karlee, I haven’t tried making this recipe with an ice cream maker so not sure how you would go about using it. When the ice cream is thick and almost done, add in the reserved chopped apricot chunks, and let the machine run until they are well incorporated. We must have harvested about 15-20kg of apricots over the last few weeks. When the ice cream is done, it will be … Hi Eflash! The amount of sweetener will depend on the ripeness of the fruit used and desired taste. Yes, I admit it. Chop your apricots into very small chunks. Required fields are marked *. It is a summer staple around here . An ice cream that doesn’t need an ice cream maker sounds like just the thing to beat this summer heat. In a medium saucepan, combine apricot kernels and shells with milk and heavy cream… One year we had our indoor grapes ‘explode’ overnight due to heavy rain just as they were ripening. This was last summer, so when our apricot tree started raining apricots I was itching to try the ice cream recipe again. 7. For best flavor, let ice cream … It can be made without an ice cream maker. 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