A creamy, cold, sweet cone of ice cream on a chilly winter evening is bliss only a true ice cream fanatic will understand. Take this summer indulgence and make it your winter muse, because ice creams are for every season! Here are our top 5 ice cream flavours of the season that you ought to try out in your home kitchens.
You will be surprised how the spice hit works brilliantly in this creamy creation. You can’t see the chillies, but one bite of it and you know this one is going to be special. Choose between a creamy green chilli one or try out this mango sorbet spiked with birds eye chillies. It warms the cockles of your heart.
When the hot weather just doesn’t co-operate with your masala chai craving, this kulfi fulfills all of your desires. The refreshing taste of ginger and saunf blended with the creaminess of a rabdi set in kulfi moulds is a taste that is hard to describe. These cool kulfis sell like hot cakes!
There is no need to make a winter trip to Kolkata to taste this deliciousness that we call nolen gur. The aroma and taste of date palm jaggery blends along with the cream brilliantly and makes chilly winter evenings cooler – pun intended! The earthy taste of this date palm jaggery makes ice cream taste like delicious mishti from Bengal!
This richness of avocados makes this ice cream ultra-creamy and also adds a good dose of omega 3 to it. Milk powder gives it a brilliant consistency. Next time you have an avocado that is threatening to go over ripe – whip it up into this sweet delicious ice cream instead of just a boring guacamole!
This beer ice cream works as well on a chilled winter day as a glass of chilled beer would on a hot summery afternoon. All you need in 4 simple ingredients (including the beer) to make this delicious dessert. An ice cream that reaches out to the inner alcoholic in you, yet the only high you will get is probably just a sugar rush.
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