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Strawberry Ice Cream {Eggless/Churn Free}

I have a tendency to like a song and play it ovvver and ovvvver again.  My friends like to groan and throw things at me.  The song by the Beatles was one of them.  After the 50th time, I can understand how it can get annoying.  Facing endless fields of strawberries to go a’pickin’ was definitely not an annoyance.  I had a blast.  Nigella was quoted in saying “I’d rather eat than wear fashionable clothes.”  Ah, how true this rings for me as well.  Presented with empty pails to fill with ripe ruby berries to my hearts content was like the equivalent of a shopping spree in any couture shop.

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How goooorgeous are these?!

I found myself sitting in the muck of squashed berries that people had carelessly strewn all over the ground, not caring that my newly washed jeans began to bleed with berry stains and taking my glorious time with hand plucking these plump, fragrant babies.  Sun shining with an endless supply of strawberry perfume, I could have made a home for myself, nestled between the beautiful red and green streaked field.  I laugh as I imagine my fat, happy self, rolling around in the Strawberry field, turning pinker by the day.

Needless to say, I rushed home, excited and breathless, as if  I’d run the entire way to make use of Berries that I would try to restrain myself from greedily gobbling up with honey (though, these were so sweet that they didn’t even need it)!

Cue strawberry ice cream.  For the longest time, I’ve flirted with the idea of investing in an ice cream machine but somehow always talked myself out of it.  Boy am I glad I did!  Between the semi freddo’s, creamy granitas, and no-churn ice creams of the world, it’s just one less bulky piece of machinery you don’t have to wash!

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Strawberry Ice Cream {Eggless/Churn Free}
  • 2 c cold heavy cream
  • 1 c powdered sugar
  • ⅔ c fresh strawberry puree
  1. Whisk everything until you reach soft peaks (not looking for whipped cream here)
  2. Freeze for at least 5 hours
  3. Enjoy!

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