With little skill, surprisingly few ingredients, and even the most unsophisticated of ice-cream makers, you can make the scrumptious ice creams that have made Ben & Jerry's an American legend. Ben & Jerry's Homemade Ice Cream & Dessert Book tells fans the story behind the company and the two men who built it-from their first meeting in 7th-grade gym class (they were already the two widest kids on the field) to their "graduation" from a $5.00 ice-cream-making correspondence course to their first ice-cream shop in a renovated gas station. But the best part comes next. Dastardly Mash, featuring nuts, raisins, and hunks of chocolate. The celebrated Heath Bar Crunch. New York Super Fudge Chunk. Oreo Mint. In addition to Ben & Jerry's 11 greatest hits, here are recipes for ice creams made with fresh fruit, with chocolate, with candies and cookies, and recipes for sorbets, sundaes, and baked goods.
ICE CREAM MIX-INS Easy Homemade Treats WHETHER IT'S A CASUAL COOL TREAT for kids on a hot summer day or a dressed-up dessert for the fanciest occasion, everyone loves the delicious taste of homemade ice cream but now there is a twist-recipes that show how to "mix-in" some favorite ingredients into softened premium ice cream. With mix-ins from espresso, bourbon, and Mexican vanilla to cinnamon, toasted coconut, or crushed Oreo cookies, anyone can dress up the plainest premium ice cream to make it a truly exquisite treat. In Ice Cream Mix-ins, favorite treats are easy to make with a few simple ingredients and include steps for being creative with recipes such as Orange Blossom Honey Vanilla, Fresh Pear Sorbet, and New Orleans Cr me Brulee.
Homemade ice-cream has a special taste that money can't buy, and it is a family activity and summer tradition in many homes. But for the novice, homemade ice cream isn't as simple as it seems, and even families that have been making it fdor years look for new recipes and ideas to challenge their skills and delight their taste buds. More than two hundred fully tested recipes, ranging from the simple to the sublime. Step-by-step instructions for making ice-cream, sherbet, sorbet, frozen yoghurt, and gelato, as well as frozen and ice-cream based drinks. Topping and serving recipes and ideas.
Nothing beats delicious artisanal ice cream, and this bite-sized book is full of highly doable recipes that can be made in a $50 home-cook-friendly ice cream machine. The craveable ice creams and frozen yogurts favorites include strawberry, pistachio, and vanilla but also creative combinations like Farmstead Cheese and Guava Jam Ice Cream and Wild Berry Lavender Ice Cream. Mix and match them into sundaes decked with crunchy “gravels” (delicious crumbly toppings), syrups, and more to create an unforgettable sweets experience. From Graham Cracker Ice Cream to Baked Rhubarb Frozen Yogurt to the One Night in Bangkok Sundae, these recipes—adapted from Jeni Britton Bauer’s Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams at Home and Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream Desserts—make up a must-have collection of decadent desserts.
Ice Cream is a favourite food of millions around the world. It is a frozen mixture of a combination of component of milk, sweeteners, stabilizers, emulsifiers and flavours. Ice cream is a palatable, nutritious and relatively inexpensive food. No other food enjoys so much popularity and has as attractive a form and appeal as ice cream. Ice cream is composed of the mixture of food materials, such as milk products, sweetening materials, stabilizers, emulsifiers, flavours or egg products which are referred to as ingredients. Milk fat is of major importance in ice cream. It contributes rich flavor to the ice cream, is a good carrier for added flavor compounds and promotes desirable tactual qualities. Stabilizers are used to prevent the formation of objectionable large ice crystals in ice cream. Emulsifiers are used to produce ice cream with smoother body and texture, to impart dryness and to improve whipping ability of the mix. Flavour is considered the most important characteristics of ice cream. It has two characteristics; type and intensity. Classification of ice cream may be based on commercial terms commonly agreed upon or on regulatory composition requirements or flavor labeling standards. Commercially ice cream is classified as plain ice cream, chocolate, fruit, nut, frozen custard, confection, bisque, puddings, mousse, variegated ice cream, Neapolitan, ice milk, lacto, novelties, frappe etc. The basic step of production in manufacturing ice cream are composing the mix, pasteurization, homogenization, cooling, ageing, flavouring, freezing, packaging, hardening, storage, loading out products and cleaning of equipments. Ice cream can be mass produced and thus is widely available in developed parts of the world. Ice cream can be purchased in large cartons from supermarkets and grocery stores, in smaller quantities from ice cream shops, convenience stores, and milk bars, and in individual servings from small carts or vans at public events. Ice cream is expected to continue to expand robustly in India as purchasing power increases and as manufacturers invest in expanding the availability of ice cream in small stores. Some of the fundamentals of the book are composition of ice cream mixes, the role of the constituents, diet science and classification of ice cream, caloric content of ice cream and related products, milk fat content of ice cream, classification of ice cream and related products, artificially sweetened frozen dairy foods, ingredients of ice cream roles and properties, effect of sweetener on freezing point, influence on ice crystal size and texture, flavour and colour materials and preparation, ice cream mixer preparation processing and mix calculations, the freezing process, the freezing point of ice cream mixes, ice cream handling, cleaning and sanitation, varieties, novelties and specials etc.It is a comprehensive book which covers all the aspects of manufacturing of ice cream in various flavours. The book is meant for entrepreneurs, technocrats, professionals, researchers, dairy technologists etc.