Sunday, 4 May 2014

Rose Icecream



I was inspired to click this photo after reading a tutorial of photographing ice cream in a can by Ellen Fremont in Food Photography and food styling blog. If you get a chance visit Ellens blog it has amazing photography.

Fragrant rose scented rich and creamy icecream that will leave you wanting more.

Ingredients:

180 ml fresh cream
397 ml sweetened condensed milk
100 ml full cream milk
1 heaped tablespoon milk powder
60 ml rose syrup
1 teaspoon rose essence

Method:

1. In a blender jug whisk together the milk and the milk powder until its fully mixed.
2. Add the condensed milk and rose essence and rose syrup and whisk again.Transfer the mixture to a large bowl.
3. In a separate bowl whip the cream until it forms soft peaks.
4. Gently fold the whipped cream into the first bowl making sure the cream and condensed milk mixture are fully mixed with each other.
5. Transfer the mixture to a tupper ware container with a lid and place in the freezer over night.
6. To serve the icecream take it out of the freezer and leave at room temperature for 3-5 minutes and then scoop into serving bowls.

NB-This icecream does not need churning between freezing time.


To create the background board I have used in this picture visit citrusspiceuk

58 comments:

  1. The first time I had this I didn't think I was going to like it, but its really tasty. Good post!

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  2. sounds delicious! I sometimes add rose water to my cupcake recipe or to the buttercream - just a hint of rose coming through is lovely.

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  3. Oh my God... I CAN'T wait to try!!!! :P
    Dani.

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  4. mouthwatering rose ice cream,

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  5. Sounds scrummy. Where would I get rose essence? I use rose water but have never seen rose essence. Would love to try this recipe :-)

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    1. You can get it in any asian or middle eastern supermarket, holland and barrett and lakeland.

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  6. I'll definitely have to try this!

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  7. Wow this sounds lovely! Might just have to give it a go! :-)

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  8. This looks lovely! I miss the days when my housemate made homemade icecream.

    Corinne x
    www.skinnedcartree.com

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  9. This sounds really yummy and perfect for spring - I love rose scented recipes

    Laura

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  10. that is one of the most beautiful things i've seen in the blog world this week... so gorgeous and a lovely recipe too x

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  11. I have never been a fan of anything rose flavoured myself, but it certainly looks great :)

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  12. Wow, looks delicious and I can almost smell the roses!

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  13. oh this sound amazing!! can't wait to try it!

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  14. Wow wow wow! This looks devilishly delightful! I am such a huge ice cream fan and this just got me lusting after it now. Great post!

    Gedlab.com – A blog for the modern man

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  15. Wow - I am going to try your recipe!! It looks so great and I love rose syrup so I know I am going to love it.

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  16. looks great, and just like our baby shower colour scheme, shame i cant have cream(

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  17. I bet that is as delicious as it looks! I love rose- have a real love affair going on with rose lemonade at the moment!

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  18. I need to try this! the perfect shade of pink reminds me of candy floss. x

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  19. What a brilliant idea, it looks so pretty too.

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  20. Looks and sounds gorgeous but I'd best not make any while I'm trying to lose weight!

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  21. So pretty and perfect for the summer. Love your styling. I would really like to try this and thank you for the links, great sources.

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  22. This ice-cream looks amazing! I had rose petal creme brulee before and it was outstanding.
    The Diary Of A Jewellery Lover

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  23. I just can't eat rose ice-cream, I remember holidays to Cyprus and getting a mix ice-cream cone and that was one of the flavours - blargh! These photos looks so pretty - I love the spoon and napkin

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  24. Oh this sounds lovely. Pinned it for another day

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  25. I love using the can for storing the ice cream. Very cute idea.

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  26. Wow this looks interesting as well as delicious! Will definitely try!

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  27. Sounds very light and refreshing, perfect for Summer.

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  28. Beautiful photos and this sounds amazing!

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  29. Wow that looks and sounds delicious! And I love ice creams that don't need churning...certainly on to a winner there! Just wish my daughter didn't have to have a dairy-free diet!

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  30. Looks like it tastes amazing and fantastic photos too! x

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    1. Thanks Rebecca, I am pleased with the photo too.

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  31. looks lovely and I love the packaging too!

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  32. I never ever tried a rose ice-cream. I think I would like it.

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  33. I saw Rose ice cream when we visited swanage the other day, wasn't brave enough yo try it though

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    1. Kara you should have its delicious.

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  34. I would never think to use rose syrup when making thing but I love rose lemonade so I would probably like this, your photos are fab!

    Gem x

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    1. Thanks gemma.you have given me an idea for pink lemonade now.

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  35. That sounds absolutely delicious and I can't wait to try it x x

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    1. Cass you will not be dissapointed with it.

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  36. I've never made my own ice cream but this looks yummy! x

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  37. I am back again, keep eyeing this up and will definitely give it a try soon!

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  38. You are totally killing me right now!
    This looks so lush - If only I could have dairy!!!

    Lotte xo
    Berice Baby - London Lifestyle Blog

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    1. Charlotte I am sure you could make this with almond or soya milk.

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  39. This really looks beautiful! I am going to check out that photography blog that you recommended. :) The ice cream sound delish and so easy to make! Thank you! :) ~ Bhaktin Christina

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  40. This sounds amazing!

    AShleigh

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  41. Would love to have few scoops of this pretty looking delicious icecream;;

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  42. Love the colour..looks so inviting !

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  43. sounds lovely, would be nice with some chopped pistachios or turkish delight!

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  44. Shoma Salgaonkar-Bhave2 June 2014 at 15:30

    Just bought an ice cream maker. Would love to try this recipe!

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  45. This looks really pretty and yummy!! Going to check that post on photgraphing icecreams in cans right now! :-) thanks!

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  46. Looks so tasty, perfect fro a hot summer's day.

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  47. I've been wanting to try some recipes with rose flavour in, I must try this.

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