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coffee ice cream seeds

Coffee ice cream seeds

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Coffee ice cream seeds

The big “wait” is letting the mixture freeze, which took about 5 hours to achieve a proper firm consistency.

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Adapted from Diana Henry | How to Eat a Peach | Mitchell Beazley, 2018

This Turkish Coffee ice cream, deeply flavored with espresso and cardamom, is a cinch to make. You don’t even need an ice cream maker. Ten minutes of easy effort and you’re done. (But, yes, you do have to wait for it to freeze. Call us sadists.)

Irene Seales

This Turkish coffee ice cream is fantastic, easy to put together, and the consistency is creamy and wonderfully rich. The dessert has a deep coffee flavor and the cardamom is simply divine and was greatly appreciated by our passionate coffee-ice-cream-loving testers.

What to do with the extra sweetened condensed milk from the can? We added the remaining heavy cream from the pint and made another infusion of instant coffee, this time with cinnamon instead of cardamom, and froze that, too.

Absolutely thumbs up winner. This is perhaps the simplest ice cream recipe I’ve ever made yet one of the most satisfying.

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Makes a perfect small batch. This recipe is one of the simplest, yet most rewarding, ice creams I have made. Honestly, this is an 11!

I’d like to say I have a bit of experience making coffee ice creams, if only because they outnumber all my other flavors. The cardamom comes through as a wonderfully integrated part of the taste—not screaming a single spice as much as making it so much more well-rounded than just coffee. Although the sweetness is something you can’t really adjust since it comes from the sweetened condensed milk, it works perfectly, especially when completely frozen (don’t judge it by tasting before freezing as it will probably come across as oversweet, but the cooler temperature will change that).