Fresh Figs Ice Cream Recipe
Easy to make ice cream with fresh figs
Homemade fresh fig ice cream recipe is a simple, delicious and great way to eat figs. It does not need an ice cream maker and the recipe is eggless. Figs are a rich source of iron and good to take it often either as fresh or dried fruit. The figs when made into ice cream is rich and creamy. My mother eats fresh figs often as it purifies blood and she liked this ice cream prepared with added fresh figs when they are in season.
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- 2 Fresh Figs
- 1-1/2 cup Fresh cream
- 1 cup Caster Sugar , divided
- 1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
- 1/2 cup Milk
- 1 teaspoon Lemon juice
- 3 tablespoons Water
- 6 Dates , chopped
- 1 tablespoon Tutti frutti
How to make Fresh Figs Ice Cream Recipe
To begin making Fresh Figs Ice Cream Recipe, wash the figs, remove stem and cut into pieces.
Add the chopped figs to a saucepan along with 1/4 cup of powdered sugar, lemon juice and water.
Mix well and cook on medium heat until the figs turn soft and comes to jam like consistency.
Remove from flame and allow it to cool completely.
Meanwhile, take the thick cream in a wide bowl, whip it in a hand mixer for a minute.
Add milk, 3/4 cup of powdered sugar and vanilla essence. Mix well and whip it again until thick and creamy.
Now add the prepared fig mixture and mix well with spatula. Add the chopped dates reserving a few of them to garnish. Add a drop of red food color (optional) and mix.
Pour the mixture into freezer safe container, cover with cling wrap and set into freezer.
Set it overnight or until firm. Once done, scoop and serve it along with a chopped fresh or dried fig, reserved dates and tutti frutti to garnish.
The delicious, creamy fig ice cream is ready. Serve Fresh Figs Ice Cream Recipe as a dinner or lunch time dessert after a one pot meal of Mumbai Style Tawa Pulao Recipe with Moong Sprouts or Cheesy Spaghetti Pasta Pie Recipe.
Fresh Figs Ice Cream Recipe is part of the Mother's Day Recipe Contest 2017
I am Swathy Nandhini, author and food photographer of shravskitchen.com and currently residing in Dubai. I am newbie to the world of blogging and learning lots of new things through this virtual world. Though I had passion for cooking from school days, I took it seriously as a way of life only after I became mother for Shravanthi. I have named the blog after her. I love to try different cuisines and I got many interesting recipes over my blog. My love towards blogging grows each and every day.