Serve with fresh chocolate mint, Grand Marnier or peach liqueur.
Recipe Solberry Seabuckthorn Ice-Cream
Solberry Seabuckthorn Ice-Cream
Solberry Seabuckthorn Ice-Cream dazzles your palate. Seabuckthorn is a fantastic berry to use in ice-cream. Its tartness combined with a little bit honey will make your ice-cream delightful, refreshing and healthy! Seabuckthorn is one the world’s most nutritionally complete foods. It has strong anti-inflammatory properties due to the unique combination of over 190 bio-available nutrients found in this berry. Among other nutrients, seabuckthorn contains serotonin which is an energizer and anti-depressant. Seabuckthorn is not only, a source of Omega 7 Fatty Acid, but it also contains considerable amounts of vitamin C, E, A. It is a multi-vitamin created by the nature.
500 g milk cream or coconut cream
50 g Solberry Seabuckthorn Puree
90 g honey or sugar
1-2 tsp Vanilla bean
Pour cream, seabuckthorn and honey into a bowl. Mix until honey dissolves, add vanilla. Transfer mixture into your ice-cream maker according to the instructions. (About 30 minutes in a Cuisinart ice-cream maker). Scoop Seabuckthorn ice-cream into a container and put in the freezer for at least 2 hours or overnight. Serve with fresh chocolate mint, Grand Marnier or peach liqueur. You can also adjust sweetener to please your palette. However, our customers love this recipe as is.
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You can also make a beautiful presentation with meringue or macarons if you don’t mind additional calories. In this case, you can increase seabuckthorn to 100-150 grams. Also, if you do not have ice-cream maker, use store bought good quality ice cream and top it with a spoonful of Solberry Seabuckthorn puree.