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I did it. I bought myself an ice cream maker. Still debating if it’s the best or worst decision I have ever made. Good being that, hey I get to have ice cream whenever I want! Bad being that I get to have ice cream whenever I want. Really no win-win situation here if you ask me. I will most likely gain like 100 pounds just because of this machine. Uffdah…
So this princess ice cream is very addictive. It of course features my most favorite thing ever. Princess extract. I find that whatever you put this extract in, it makes the food very addicting and you cannot stop yourself from devouring every single last morsel.
This princess ice cream is just a very simple vanilla base with a tart raspberry swirl added into it. The raspberry definitely adds in to the flavor and makes this ice cream so delectable! I seriously cannot stop eating this stuff. And if you don’t have an ice cream maker, then i highly suggest you get the cuisinart frozen yogurt maker. It is super affordable and you cannot go wrong with this choice. It only costs about $40-$60 depending on where you buy it and if it’s used or new, but amazon is definitely the best way to go for the best price. Get this machine if you don’t have one and get the princess extract along with it and make this ice cream ASAP!
Other recipes that features princess extract.
If you don’t know what princess extract is all about, it’s this medley of flavors combined into one. Lemon, almond and vanilla all mixed together that creates this deliciously addicting combo for all baked goods. Here is a list of cookies that uses this extract.
Products I recommend.
Above are some products that I personally use and recommend for this recipe and to have for everyday use. I highly suggest the ice cream maker that I listed above. It’s cheaper than others and it does it’s job just like the other’s. It’s also easy to clean and super easy to use!
princess ice cream
- 1 cup fresh raspberries
- 1/4 cup granulated sugar
- 2 cups milk
- 1 1/2 cup heavy cream
- 1 cup granulated sugar
- pinch salt
- 1 tsp princess extract
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- place the ingredients into a small pot and bring to a simmer, letting the raspberries disintegrate and liquefy, about 5 minutes. strain the raspberries through a fine mesh sieve and place the sauce into the fridge to cool.
- place all of the ingredients into a small pot and bring to a boil, whisking to make sure the sugar dissolves. place the ice cream base into the fridge overnight to cool and to let the flavor increase. following the manufacturer’s instructions of your ice cream machine, turn the base for 20-25 minutes. place 1/3 of the ice cream into a freezer safe container and take some of the raspberry sauce and swirl into the ice cream. repeat the process layering the ice cream and swirling the raspberry sauce. place the ice cream into the freezer for 1-2 hours to harden.