Ice Cream / Sorbet

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Ice Cream Plum Pudding      by Sheryl Backhouse Dissolve 1 tbsp cocoa in 2tbsp hot water Mix:  375gm small size currants, 1 tsp cinnamon, 1 tsp nutmeg, 2 tsp mixed spice, 3tbs brandy, Add cocoa mix and stand overnight

Beat: 6 egg whites until stiff and add 1/3 cup castor sugar

Beat: 600ml thickened cream with 1/3 cup castor sugar Blend all ingredients together by hand Place in a bowl lined with foil. Freeze until solid. To turn out, run water over the base of the bowl. The original recipe called for mixed dried fruit but I chose to use currants. If you decide to substitute, don’t use any largest pieces of fruit as they remain in their frozen state. The recipe said you could use rum or sherry as an option. It can be made weeks in advance. I note that some manufacturers are putting out cream in 500ml containers – I think this would be fine. I also used a stainless steel platter which I kept in the freezer to keep it cold when serving. I used a 230mm round silicone ware container – doesn’t rust, easy to clean and exceptionally easy to turn out as food doesn’t adhere.

Grate a little chocolate over the top.

Fruit Icecream   This recipe is from Maleny Dairies website. No ice cream machine needed. Instead of using ice cream sticks, layer it in small individual containers. Pour 600 ml Maleny Dairies Cream into a large bowl. Add 2 tablespoons honey (or to taste), 1 teaspoons vanilla paste/essence and 2 teaspoons coconut sugar (or other sugar) Carefully whip the cream. Taste. Drizzle carefully with extra honey if desired. Blend 2 ripe mangoes until smooth and runny. Arrange some ice cream moulds or plastic cups Fill with a layer of the cream then some macadamias then mango, then cream, more macadamias then mango until filled with the final layer being cream. (about ½ cup raw macadamias in this recipe) Insert the ice cream stick or lid with stick and freeze for at least 4 hours. Optionally swirl the layers lightly together a little or leave as layers. Run the outside under lukewarm water until ice creams can be easily removed.

Thank you Bec from author Rebecca Mugridge  Enjoy everyone!

Egg yoke recipe – Irish Coffee Ice Cream
In a double boiler beat 6 egg yokes, ¾ cup castor sugar and 1½ tbs instant coffee powder over hot water until thick and creamy. Remove from heat and when cold, fold in 3tbs Irish Whiskey (or substitute) and 450ml of cream. Pour into very small moulds or just give folk a small scoop due to calorie content!!

Pineapple & Lemon Cordial Sorbet       by Jackie French Puree 2 cups of fresh pineapple which has been peeled and chopped Add ½ cup of lemon cordial and blend in with pineapple Place mixture in a freezer proof container with the lid on until set.

Remove from freezer, scrape out and serve.