strawberry ice cream Wolf GourmetFor many of us, taking the kids to the strawberry patch is a rite of spring. After a wagon ride bumping through the field, armed with a basket, they stare wide-eyed at the rows of berry plants. Tiptoeing down the row, they carefully pick a few berries, and then when no one is looking, pop one into their mouth. The look on their faces when they taste a freshly picked berry is priceless. Suddenly they go from picking mode to eating mode, and the next time you look, their faces are dripping with bright red strawberry juice.

Most likely, the kids will fall asleep on the way home, and you’ll have picked more berries than you can eat. Put those berries to good use by making a few batches of fresh, homemade strawberry ice cream.

No churning, no rock salt and no freeze-ahead ice cream machines. Dessert dreams do come true. Bursting with spring flavor, and so quick to prepare, you’ll want to make this again and again during this strawberry season. By using both fresh and frozen strawberries, you can have ice cream ready to serve in two minutes. Yes, you read that correctly. Two minutes.

If you have the ingredients handy, we recommend you make some right now.

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Ever wonder when to use the tamper? This recipe uses the tamper to help the frozen mixture keep moving around the spinning blade. It stirs the mixture and pushes the strawberries down into the blade without needing to stop the blender to stir or scrape down the sides with a spatula. You will only need the spatula to serve it from the blender into a bowl. Grab a spoon and dig in or fill an airtight container and freeze in the freshness to enjoy later.

 

Wolf Gourmet strawberry ice cream
Two-Minute Strawberry Ice Cream
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Wolf Gourmet strawberry ice cream
Two-Minute Strawberry Ice Cream
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Servings
4 to 6
Servings
4 to 6
Ingredients
  • 4 ounces fresh strawberries hulled
  • 1/2 cup heavy cream
  • 2/3 cup superfine sugar
  • 3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
  • 18 ounces frozen sliced strawberries
Instructions
  • Place the fresh strawberries, heavy cream, sugar and lemon juice in the blender in the order listed. Select MANUAL/LO, gradually increase the speed to SPEED 4 and blend until sugar is fully dissolved, about 45 seconds. Add frozen strawberries to blender. Select MANUAL /LO, gradually increase the speed to SPEED 5 and blend until ice cream is smooth, about 1 minute. Use tamper as needed to stir the ice cream mixture and push it down. Serve immediately, or freeze for several hours if firmer texture is desired.
Recipe Notes

If you don’t have superfine sugar in your pantry, you can use your blender to achieve the same texture using granulated sugar. Place 1 cup granulated sugar in a dry blender jar. Pulse repeatedly until superfine texture is reached, 45 to 60 seconds. (To make powdered sugar, pulse for 75 to 90 seconds.) Reserve extra 1/3 cup of sugar for another use.

 

 

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1 comment on “Homemade Strawberry Ice Cream (in Just 2 Minutes)”

  1. JOHN Egbuniwe

    The best, cheapest & quickest strawberry ice cream i have ever made with my little girl. The look on her face says it all. She and daddy made the ice cream. Oh i forgot the mess that only daddy had to clean up before mommy gets home

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