orange ginger ice cream

Orange Ginger Ice Cream

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There’s no need to go out for ice cream when you can make your own delicious orange ginger ice cream at home!

Easy Homemade Orange Ginger Ice Cream

Homemade fresh ginger ice cream is an improvement on standard sushi restaurant fare, but it still has that amazing warm taste that comes from frozen cream, which would be comforting even if it didn’t flood you with a wave of nostalgia for your wasted youth. Oh, but have you bought that ice cream maker yet?

Give your ice cream toppings a citrusy twist by making this orange sauce for your next ice cream bar. If you’re looking for dessert ideas to make your nights or weekends more enjoyable, the tasty homemade gluten-free cookies or mango ginger ice cream are great flavors to try.

Its Time To Eat Something Delightful

So many things in the kitchen and with cooking, I do the old’ fashioned way. By that I mean not having fancy gadgets and equipment that does the work for you. I just think that more of ‘me’ is infused in the food, dish, or whatever I’m making when I do it myself. Sometimes I take shortcuts, but that’s usually only when time is an issue or if I know a store-bought product is as good or better than I can make. I don’t own an ice cream machine. I’ve never had a bread maker. Only a couple of years ago did I get a sexy red shiny Kitchen Aid mixer. I might be looking at investing in a pressure cooker sometime down the road. I do have a small waffle iron.

orange ginger ice cream

Get an Ice Cream Maker To Add More Charm

When I thought about making ice cream, I always had visions of a machine needed. I mean I watch Chopped and see chefs use that instant ice cream making machine, and it looks so easy! So I decided to stay true to my cryptic means and create an ice cream that needed no machine. For me, it’s a first, and I know others probably have done it, too. I’m telling you, this is one dandy, creamy, boholicious recipe! I even used my hand mixer rather than the Kitchen Aid to whip the cream. This orange ginger ice cream scoops feels tastes and delivers like a fine artisan ice cream.

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Ice cream from sweetened condensed milk is like a little bit of magic! And, with most of these no churn ice cream recipes, the sweetened condensed milk creates that creaminess you love!

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Easy Homemade Ice Cream Recipe

An easy homemade ice cream recipe is a staple in your “recipe box”. And, once you try making your own, without any work whatsoever actually, you’ll wonder why you buy ice cream! 

orange ginger ice cream

orange ginger ice cream

orange ginger ice cream

There's no need to go out for ice cream when you can make your own delicious orange ginger ice cream at home!

Ingredients

  • 1 (11 oz.) can Dole Packaged Foods mandarin oranges
  • 1 Tbl. Grated ginger
  • 1 cup sweetened condensed milk
  • Pinch sea salt
  • ½ cup whole milk
  • 1 ¼ cups heavy whipping cream
  • Honey (for drizzle when serving)

Instructions

Drain the mandarin orange juice. Put the orange slices in a food processor and pulse until a thick mixture then drain the excess liquid from this mixture. (Press the mixture to push out the liquid.) Reserve the liquid because you’ll use ¼ cup.

Put the orange mixture in a medium sized mixing bowl. Add the ginger and blend. Add the sweetened condensed milk, whole milk, salt, ¼ cup of the excess drained orange liquid and blend. Set aside.

In another deep mixing large bowl, put the whipping cream. Use a hand mixer and whip into stiff peaks making a fluffy cream. (Increase the mixer’s speed as the mixture gets more whipped and creamy.)

Slowly drizzle in the liquid mixture to the whipped cream and blend. The mixture will be soupy once it’s all combined. Put into a freezable dish, cover with doubled plastic wrap and freeze for 6-8 hours or overnight. When serving, remove and let it sit about 3 minutes, then start scooping!

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orange ginger ice cream

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