5 Delicious Easy Fruit Ice Creams to Try This Summer

The weekend is here and with the warm weather outside, you might be tempted to stay at home. Why not stay inside and relax with a bowl of ice cream? This creamy dessert is the best way to beat the heat and relax after a long week. Store-bought ice cream is convenient, but there’s something wonderful about freshly made ice cream. This dessert can be easily made at home even if you are a beginner. Fruit-based ice cream is a great place to start — especially during the summer. Fruit flavoring enhances the taste of ice cream in a delicious and refreshing way. Here are 5 simple recipes you must try:
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Here are 5 fruit ice cream recipes that you must try to beat the heat:

1. Chickoo Ice Cream

Chikoo (or Chikoo) is a fleshy sweet fruit that is often used to make milkshakes. If you’re looking for a different way to enjoy it, try making this Chickoo Ice Cream. Also known as chiku, this fruit is not juicy but still tastes good. Chickpea ice cream can be made using everyday ingredients and you will be surprised by its unique taste. Click here for the step-by-step recipe.
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2. Papaya Ice Cream

Papaya Ice Cream is a light orange sweet treat that is perfect for summer. Papaya is a fleshy yet juicy fruit and thus, the taste and texture of this ice cream is great. Sometimes people add other fruits like dates or pineapple to make fusion papaya ice cream. but if you are looking for a simple recipe, do check it out.

3. Mango Ice Cream


Easy Ice Cream Recipe: Mango ice cream is one of the most popular choices in summers – for good reason. photo credit: iStock

We cannot mention summer without thinking of mangoes. This popular fruit is one of the best dessert ingredients ever. You can use it to make everything from cakes and smoothies to kulfi and ice cream. Mango’s strong flavor, with its distinctive texture and lovely yellow color make it perfect for ice cream. Apart from fresh fruits, all you need is cream, milk, sugar, custard powder and vanilla essence. For the full recipe for Mango Ice Cream, click here. If you want to give it a twist, try this recipe for Mango Lassi Ice Cream.
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4. Apple Ice Cream

Apples have a delicate flavor that you might not normally associate with ice cream. But if you want an ice cream that has a subtle and not too sweet taste, then choose this one. Of course, full cream milk, condensed milk, almonds, cashews, sugar and apples are used in this recipe by Swapandeep Mukherjee. Dry fruits add a lovely nutty flavor to this dessert. The recipe is really simple and it takes less than 20 minutes to prepare the ice cream mix. Click here for the step-by-step recipe.

5. Apricot Ice Cream

Apricot is a nutritious fruit with a sweet-tart taste. Apricot ice cream sounds like an exotic dessert but it is easy to make. This recipe uses egg yolks to properly bind the ice cream. If you’re a vegetarian, you can simply use a substitute. Otherwise, all you need is sugar, water, cream, and apricot puree. For an added touch, you can serve the ice cream with some homemade almond praline. Click here for the recipe of both.
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Which one are you going to try first? Tell us in the comments.

About Toshita SawhneyToshita is inspired by the play of words, wanderlust, awe and alliteration. When she’s not blissfully thinking about her next meal, she enjoys reading novels and walking around town.


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