First things first, the cute little 1/2 pint ice cream maker I found… WELLLLLL it really didn’t do the job it should. So the fun $14.00 I spent… it was kinda a waste! That being said, there was, sort of, ice cream made in my kitchen. AND if you have a ROCKIN’ ice cream maker, you can totally enjoy this fun recipe!
That little jar of heaven I made a week or so ago, it has made dishes, and bites of sweet treats- the happiest feeling in the world. Thank you to BigFatBaker for the wonderful no-fail recipe, I now am hooked! I will be making more lemon curd tonight, I need to refill that pretty jar of mine!
When I picked up this cute little 1/2 pint ice cream maker, I had my doubts about. BUT seriously…$14.00 dollars…I had to try right? It does churn the ice cream, but the bowl does not stay cold enough, so you can’t churn it long enough. So instead I just kept it in the freezer, and stirred frequently. It was worth the effort for sure. The flavors are perfect together!
When I picked up the little ice cream maker, my hubby immediately said, ” I want lemon and honey ice cream!” Sooooo…what my baby wants, my baby gets! We agreed adding in some cookie crumble would give the ice cream a great crunch with each bite.
I could have made homemade gingersnap cookies, BUT time is of the essence. I have family finally arriving soon, SOOOOO EXCITED! I decided to pick up a fun bag of gingersnap cookies instead.
The recipe I adapted made almost two 1/2 pint containers full. So you may need to adapt the recipe to the amount your ROCKIN’ ice cream maker makes!
- 3 Tbsp lemon curd
- 1 Tbsp local honey
- 2½ cups whole milk
- ¼ cup sugar
- 4 Tbsp Gingersnap cookie crumble
- Mix together milk, lemon curd, honey, and sugar. Whisk ingredients until sugar has dissolved. Chill ingredients before placing in ice cream maker. Add in cookie crumble after you have started the churning process with your ice cream.
Making lemon curd is fun, but adding lemon curd in your sweet treats is REALLY FUN! Here is my raisin bran lemon bread, the bread has two different versions for making the treat.
Do you have an ice cream maker? What is your favorite flavor of ice cream to make? What is your favorite way to enjoy lemon curd?
Until next time, Come on in, Have a seat,