August 14, 2008
I fully intended to participate in this week’s Tuesdays With Dorie‘s recipe: Blueberry Sour Cream Ice Cream. However, I didn’t get it done it time, so I’m posting quite late. But it still counts!
Quebec grows some pretty fantastic blueberries, and they’re right in season now. Tiny, and bursting with flavour, these tiny berries are the ultimate in flavour. Of course I would want to make an ice cream out of them.
And what an ice cream it is. It reminds me of a frozen yogurt, but it still retains a wonderful creaminess. The sour cream is fantastic, and takes away from the over-sweetness that so many ice creams carry with them (though being an ice cream addict, I have no problem with any ice cream, ever, overly sweet or not). It didn’t taste like cheesecake to me, but a yogurt, and it was utterly fantastic. Little blueberry bits trapped in a blueberry-flavoured cream? Yes, please!
Even though I didn’t post on time, I will stay true to TWD fashion; find the recipe here. For me, the recipe was perfect; I wouldn’t change the amounts given. It’s definitely worth making, and next time, I’m going to drizzle some melted chocolate in the mix. Chocolate makes everything better, after all.
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