Go ahead and unscrunch your face. There, doesn't that feel better? And doesn't that look delish?!
Welcome to the A to Z Challenge for 2013! Thanks for stopping by and I hope you will continue to do so as I unveil and work my way through an alphabet of ice cream. Yes, I'm attempting to write 26 posts about ice cream including different flavors, perhaps some questions, and definitely a few recipes. On to the letter A and Applesauce Ice Cream.
Applesauce ice cream is actually very tasty. There was such an abundance of apples this past fall I made a ton of applesauce, which I preserved, and has carried us through the dark cold winter days. At one point though, I had so much applesauce in my refrigerator, and not enough jars that I really had to get creative. Hence- the ice cream.
In the spirit of keeping this post relatively short (so you all can hop around to other blogs) here is a photo and the recipe.
Welcome to the A to Z!
Applesauce Ice Cream
1 cup of whole milk
2/3 cup of sugar
2 cups heavy cream
2 teaspoons vanilla
1 cup of homemade applesauce
Place sugar in a large bowl.
Add milk and stir with a wire whisk or electric hand mixer until sugar dissolves.
Add vanilla and heavy cream. Stir until well combined
Add applesauce and mix together well.
Process in the freezer bowl of an ice cream maker for 25 minutes and then place in container in freezer to harden.