No churn Rose icecream recipe- No machine required – no churn icecream recipes

    This is one of the most delicious homemade icecream I have had.I started making icecreams only last summer for first time and this year I got to make a couple of icecreams too. This recipe is very similar to the no churn vanilla icecream I posted few months back. The only difference is that I have used rose flavour in this one. It was really delicious and had a beautiful rose flavour. It tasted more like kulfi as rose is more of a Indian flavour and the addition of condensed milk tasted like khoya. I shared this with a friend and she gave me the same opinion.


      Living in Singapore, we have the share of hot days throughout the year. So I will surely be trying more flavours soon and posting them here. But for a while , I will take a break from icecreams and will be posting more bakes.So please do comeback for more delicacies. And do give your feedback if you try this recipe. I am sure you are going to love it.

     The holidays are on and I am not still finding time to cook and blog. With the little time I could find today, I decided to do this post. I am not sure when I will come with the next interesting post, but sure , will try to make it really quick.

  Do have a look at more icecream recipes in this blog.

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No churn Rose icecream recipe- No machine required - no churn icecream recipes Yum
Course dessert
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 20 minutes
Servings
helping
Ingredients
  • 1 can Condensed milk - (395g)
  • 200 ml Whipping cream
  • drops Rose rose water essense/- Few
  • 1 tsp Rose milk rose syrup powder/
  • drop Red food colour (optional) - a tiny
Course dessert
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 20 minutes
Servings
helping
Ingredients
  • 1 can Condensed milk - (395g)
  • 200 ml Whipping cream
  • drops Rose rose water essense/- Few
  • 1 tsp Rose milk rose syrup powder/
  • drop Red food colour (optional) - a tiny
Instructions
  1. Keep the whipping cream,beaters and the mixing bowl in the freezer for atleast an hour.
  2. Combine and mix the Condensed milk, rose milk powder,essence/water and red colour if using.
  3. Keep aside till use.
  4. Pour the whipping cream in a mixing bowl.
  5. Using the beaters in high speed, whip the whipping cream for around 7 to 10 minutes till soft peaks form and also doubles in volume.
  6. Now add the condensed milk mixture slowly into the whipped cream.
  7. Mix it gently.
  8. Pour this mixture in a freezer safe container.
  9. Freeze this for atleast 6-8 hours.
Recipe Notes

 When it is frozen, scoop in serving cups and serve immediately.

Notes-

1. After adding rose milk powder, I did not get a proper pink colour in the icecream mixture though it had the flavour of rose milk. So I added a tiny drop of red colour. But it is completely optional.

2. I added a teaspoon of rose water and it gave a beautiful flavour to the icecream.

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3 Comments

  1. Deepa Praveen

    Nice Ice cream. Having cold, but still the post is tempting. 🙂

     
  2. Sowmya Madhavan

    Thanks Deepa

     
  3. Mrs Rebello..

    Dis really looks yammy…. Nice….

     

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