Tuesday, May 11, 2010

TWD: Burnt Sugar Ice Cream

So I'm a day late and a dollar short... or something like that. The Tuesdays with Dorie group made the Burnt Sugar Ice Cream last week. I had some technical difficulties with my ice cream maker so I didn't have it made in time to post last week. Turned out the freezer bowl to the ice cream maker wasn't cold enough to churn the batter into ice cream. So the batter sat in my fridge for a few days while I made the freezer colder and allowed the bowl a full two days to freeze. Then, it came out magnificently!


I continue to be surprised at the ease of Dorie's recipes. Besides my own issues with operating my ice cream maker that I've had for years and you'd think I'd know how to use correctly, I had no other problems! The ice cream tasted like caramel and was really very good!

I was, of course, impatient to eat it, so I didn't allow it to harden in the freezer very long after it churned. Therefore, my photo looks like ice cream mush. Tasty ice cream mush, though!

For the recipe, visit Becky at Project Domestication. She was kind enough to choose this recipe for us and has a gorgeous blog!

5 comments:

Kayte said...

Seeing this just makes me want to make it all over again...nothing stopping me, so thanks for the inspiration. Yours looks lovely.

Maria said...

Mmmm! I need to try this one!

Sarah said...

Persistence pays, especially with home made ice cream. Last summer I was converted by friends to a White Mountain hand crank machine and the kids love helping.

It's a little more work but a lot of fun too. If you're interested in this type ice cream maker here's an article to get you started.
http://worldvillage.com/the-white-mountain-ice-cream-freezer-then-and-now

jillbert said...

It looks creamy and delicious! I really liked this one.

mike said...

I lOVE the soft serve texture - it looks heavenly! This was such a great recipe, I broke down and bought a machine! Glad you enjoyed it (quickly)!