Hello everyone, I hope you are all well.
Last month I was in Chicago, and while I was there I attanded a gala night which was arranged by the International Houseware Show.
The profits from the gala went to the Cancer Association, and I’m happy to say that no less than 2 million dollars came in, that’s just fantastic.
I met and got to know Gemma Stafford (number two from the right on the photo below) and her husband Kevin (the photographer of the photo), who run a Youtube channel called “Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking”, you can see it here.
Gemma launches a new video of her baking every Thursday, her husband is the camera man.
Last week she launched this video where she makes a simple ice cream from cream, sweetened condensed milk and flavoring.
If you know English you’ll get more tips about other flavorings by watching this video.
I wanted to make licorice ice cream, I just love everything licorice…
You’ll need the following:
- just under 2 cups (450 ml) heavy whipping cream, cold
- 1 can sweetened condensed milk
- licorice extract (dr.Oetker)
- licorice sprinkles (dr.Oetker)
Pour the cream into a mixing bowl and whisk until stiff peaks form. I use my pink Assistent Original, I love that you can get a glass bowl for it now, which makes it easier to show what I’m mixing. If you want to know more about the Assistent Original, take a look at their website here.
I use licorice flavoring from Dr.Oetker here.
Add the sweetened condensed milk and whisk until nice and fluffy.
Then add licorice extract to taste.
I use these pretty ice cream cartons from Clas Ohlson.
Sprinkle some licorice sprinkles on top. I could easily eat one whole box of these, they’re sooo delicious…
Place the ice cream in the freezer for a few hours.
This ice cream was just amazing, and even better: so easy to make.
I wish you all a great evening, hugs from me to you.