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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

One-step no-churn matcha ice cream


Finally , my first homemade ice cream this year and I picked the easiest recipe - just 3 ingredients and no ice cream machine needed ! A spin from Nigella's fool-proof no-churn coffee icream that I made eons ago , this ice cream is rich , creamy and bursting with intense flavor of matcha in every bite , you wouldn't believe  it's homemade ! Okay , maybe I'm exaggerating  a bit lol

I'm into matcha these days , I think it started when I saw those matcha Oreos .....

To make this easy peasy ice cream , all you need is a handheld electric mixer and beat the 3 ingredients together . You can use a stand mixer and of course , a large balloon wire whisk , just make sure to chill everything , including the bowl and the whisk , especially if the weather is hot . You could use less matcha powder or less condensed milk , if prefer .

Simple and refreshingly delicious dessert that will surely please kids and adults alike !


Recipe adapted from Nigella Lawson

Makes about 3 cups / 750 ml

300 ml cold double cream
150 grams chilled condensed milk
3 tablespoon good-quality matcha / green tea powder

* Pour cream and condensed milk into a mixing bowl , sift in the matcha powder . Beat until soft peaks form or until light and fluffy , about 6 to 8 minutes . Transfer into an airtight container , place a plastic wrap on top of the mixture before putting on the lid , put in the freezer overnight .

* Serve straight from the freezer . 

This post is linked to Best Recipes for Everyone Event , a bloghop event organized by Fion of Xuan-Hom's Mom . This month's theme is My Favourite Dessert and is hosted by Aunty Young

                                                                    

14 comments :

  1. Anne, it is a timely recipe for our hot weather. Simple and easy recipe, thank you.

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  2. Oh my Gosh, didn't know that making ice cream could be this easy. Thank you, thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe.

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  3. Hi Anne,
    Your photos are so beautiful! I really like how you presented the ice cream with waffer biscuits. Thanks for sharing this cooling dessert to BREE!

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  4. I hope to finally try no-churn ice cream this summer! Yours is gorgeous---and I bet it tastes as lovely as it looks :)

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  5. Hi Anne,
    Your ice cream is calling out to me! It is so freaking hot over here, that a tub of your yummy ice cream would be welcome indeed!

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  6. I love ice cream with matcha flavour. Definitely want to whip this up for sure. Thanks for sharing, Anne :)

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  7. I really like how you presented the ice cream with waffer biscuits. Thanks for sharing. :)

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  8. No way, no churn matcha ice cream?! I really gotta make this!

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  9. Who can resist this yummy cooling ice-cream?
    Thanks for sharing with BREE :)

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  10. My machine has been busy for 2 months now:) And still craving for new ice creams inspirations:)

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  11. Hi Anne,

    This no-churn ice cream looks very smooth and yummy... I always know that condensed milk is the magic ingredient. This recipe is amazing!

    Zoe

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  12. nvr tried condensed milk in making ice cream...this looks creamy and ya, i love matcha too!

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  13. Hi Anne, your ice cream look awesome. I'm currently eating ice cream too while reading your blog. :))
    Thank for sharing. Nice click.

    Have a wonderful weekend, regards.
    Amelia

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