Ice cream is one of the most wonderful things in the world; it is the ideal combination of cold and sweet. And the best part about ice cream is that it can be enjoyed at any time of year. But there’s something extra comforting about eating an ice cream cone while watching the rain patter on our window panes.Now we will share some simple methods for making ice cream at home, including one recipe that will allow you to make five different ice cream flavors! And, interestingly, making this ice cream isn’t difficult. All you need to do is make the base of your ice cream and then add the flavor you want to make.
Condensed milk, whipped cream, and a drop of vanilla essence are required to make the base of your ice cream. Combine these three ingredients to make your base or vanilla ice cream. All that’s left to do now is add your favorite monsoon fruit and your monsoon ice cream is ready to go!
1. Papaya Ice Cream
The sweet and creamy texture of papaya melts in your mouth with each bite. Because of the buttery texture of the papaya, it easily combines with the ice cream. Simply puree the papaya and combine it with the base to make your ice cream, and it’s ready to freeze.
2. Litchi Ice Cream
While some describe litchi as tasting like a grape with a hint of rose, others describe it as tasting more like a pear or watermelon. But everyone can agree on one thing: it tastes like monsoons. For the best results, puree your litchi before adding it to your ice cream.
3. Peach Icecream
Peach is a juicy succulent fruit with a fleshy texture that leaves mini flavorful explosions in your mouth. This is a fantastic fruit that epitomizes monsoon fun. To make the ice cream, use crushed peaches rather than pureed peaches, as crushing the fruit allows the juices to blend with the ice cream and the pulp to become a pleasant surprise.