Berrylicious Ice Cream

Berrylicious Ice Cream
Ice Cream/ The Only Ice Cream Recipe You’ll Ever Need/ Custard Powder Ice Cream

I scream! You Scream!! We all scream for Ice Cream!!!
And if it’s home made you can scream for more and more.
Summers!!! Phew!!!
Sweaty!! Draining!! Boring!! Heat!! Hot!!
What does your heart long for to beat the heat?
Well, if you ask me, it would be absolutely No Cooking, No Outing ;). I just want to laze around in my pjs with the AC on full blast.
And not to forget that what keeps me and my head cool is Ice cold Mocktails and yummy Ice Creams.
Today I am going to share a very simple, quick, easy to make recipe of Ice Cream. And yes, forgot to say that it has addition of fruits too so that makes it little healthy and guilt-free ;)
This amazingly creamy and delicious, silky, luscious and very classic Custard Ice Cream can be used as a base for any ice cream flavor you can dream of. Flavor it any way you like just by adding fruit purée or flavorings or nuts.
I have used a eggless custard powder that has no artificial colors & flavors.
This Ice Cream Recipe is my absolutely favorite.
Why? Because-
*Minimum Ingredients required to make it.
*You don’t need any Ice Cream maker or any fancy equipments to make it.
*It’s Melt in Mouth.
*No Ice Crystals.
*Super duper Simple, Easy and Quick to make.
*You just need Custard, Whipped Cream, Condensed Milk to make the basic Ice Cream.
*Add in some fruit purée of your choice to bring in the healthy element. Although this is an option but believe me you must try it out.

I guess I have given you enough of reasons to make it. So, what are you waiting for, Get Set Go!
Let’s see how to make it by having a look at the Ingredients list first.


(You can use store bought readymade custard also)

Milk- 250 ml
Custard Powder- 2 tablespoon
Sugar- 2 tablespoon


Whipping cream/ Heavy cream- 400ml
Icing sugar- 1 tablespoon

*Condensed milk- 200grams

*Strawberries- 8-10, hulled
*Raspberries- 1 cup
*Strawberries and Raspberries- 1/2 cup, chopped


Start by heating milk in a pan, reserving 1/2 cup of milk aside.
Add sugar and stir until it dissolves.
Mix the custard powder in the 1/2 cup of milk into a smooth paste without any lumps.
Next, add this custard mixture to the boiled milk and keep the flame low.
Stir it continuously for 2-3 minutes.
The mixture will give a thick custard.
Set this aside to cool completely. Cover it with cling film such that the film touches the upper layer of custard. This will help in preventing the formation of skin on the custard.
Keep it in the fridge to be chilled.
Meanwhile, pour the chilled cream in a chilled bowl.
Begin to whip by either using the whip attachment of stand mixer or by hand mixer, until stiff peaks. Add icing sugar and mix well.
Add in condensed milk and give it a quick whip.
Whisk the cooled custard well to ensure it is lump free.
Next add in the whipped custard to the whipped cream.
Mix gently and evenly with the help of a spatula.

Your basic Custard Ice Cream is rerady.
Make a puree of strawbeeries and raspberries by blending them together.
Add in the berry puree and chopped berries in the basic ice cream.
Mix well.
Put the prepared Ice Cream mix in a freezer safe and air tight box.
Cover the bowl and freeze until set. It usually takes 7-8 hours or preferably overnight for the Ice Cream to completely set.

Garnish with cherries and serve the yummy ice cream.
Enjoy the cool cool treat!!!!


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