Wednesday 8 March 2023

Raspberry Cheesecake Icecream


Turning some lovely Raspberries into some Cheesecake Ice Cream in lazy-style [No cooking and no Eggs].


For Raspberry Sauce
* Raspberry - 3 cups
* Brandy - 1 tbsp [Optional]
* Sugar - 1/4 cup

For Ice Cream
* Heavy Whipping Cream - 350 ml [cold]
* Cream Cheese - 200 gms [At room temperature]
* Sugar - 3/4 cup
* Raspberry sauce - 1 cup [At room temperature]
* Vanilla extract - 1 tsp

* The Cream Cheese is preferred to be at room temperature as it would help in incorporating with other ingredients.
* The Sugar and Raspberry Sauce component can be increased or reduced as per your interest. I kept some sauce aside to add while serving.
* Personally, I used Organic Raspberries, heavy Whipping Cream [more than 30% fat] and Cream Cheese.


For Raspberry Sauce
1. In a saucepan, add the washed and drained Raspberries, Sugar and Brandy. Keep the saucepan on medium heat on a Stove and keep whisking. Smash the raspberries while mixing to form a thick sauce.
2. After 7-10 mins, the Raspberries would have become soft and form a thick sauce. Remove the saucepan from heat and separate the sauce from the seeds using a fine sieve. 
3. Let the sauce cool down to room temperature. This can be made ahead and frozen for future use.

For Ice Cream
1. In a large bowl, add the Cream Cheese, Whipping Cream, Sugar, Vanilla extract and Raspberry sauce. Using a whisk, mix slowly initially in order to mix all the ingredients.
2. Whisk for about 4-5 mins until the mixture is mixed well and the Cream gets whipped to form a fluffy texture [If using a hand-held mixer, the time taken to whip would be lesser].
3. Cover the bowl and freeze for about 3-4 hours.
4. Make sure to remove the bowl from the freezer at least 20-30 mins ahead in case it is too hard to be scooped.


Usually when nobody is watching or NOT, I eat messy; So, I slopped some onto a platter before it even set properly [impatient me], sprinkled [read threw] some Raspberries and splattered [yes you read it right] some sauce and gobbled them up.

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