"Summery lavender ice cream." — Syd
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stems of fresh lavender flowers
1 1/2 cups
This sounds amazing! I go to a lavender farm where I live and buy fresh french lavender! Can't wait to make this;p
Rich, creamy, delicious! I didn't have lavender blooms so I added two drops of FOOD GRADE lavender essential oil to the mix after the heating was finished. It turned out wonderfully!
It also expands more than other ice cream recipes I have used. The batch makes about 2 quarts, so I doubled it for my 4 quart freezer. I ended up having to scoop some out when I found it was raising the lid! Next time I'll either make a single batch or freeze a double batch in the 6 quart freezer. I WILL make this one again though!
A wonderful summery ice cream. I may suggest just a touch less sugar though. My family loved it (even those who are less adventurous eaters)! Definitely making this one again.
I followed this recipes directions exactly using our farm fresh raw goats milk in place of both the milk and heavy cream called for in it. I used our duck egg yolks and used the full amount of sugar. This ice cream was absolutely wonderful! It was refreshing. My kids felt it tasted a lot like fruit loops of all things. They loved it.
This is an excellent recipe. I used a teaspoon of dry lavender which I bought in Amazon. I put twice less sugar. The outcome was delicious. We served lavender ice cream in the theme party we hosted - the food and drinks should be from famous movies (remember "It's complicated"?). Our guests were totally overwhelmed and remember this dish till now.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Lavender Ice Cream
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 235
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