How to Make Beetroot Ice Cream

Beetroot ice cream is an interesting and delicious alternative to conventional frozen desserts. It is easy to make, requires no ice cream maker and is a refreshing dessert for warm weather.

It is also incredibly healthy and is packed with nutrients!

You can easily make Beetroot ice cream using beet root powder. This ingredient can be bought online or in many health food shops.

It will help to add extra fibre, vitamins and minerals to your ice cream. It is also very low in fat and can be used as a dairy alternative.

To make the ice cream, you will need: Beetroot (fresh or dried) Frozen yoghurt Milk Sugar Egg yolks & vanilla extract Fresh cream and a pinch of salt

The beetroot should be boiled until tender to remove any bitterness. Then the beets will be pureed with a little sugar, milk and eggs yolks to make a soft and creamy ice cream!

When churning the mixture, be sure to follow the manufacturers instructions to get the best results. When finished churning, transfer the mixture to a freezer safe container and freeze for at least 4 hours before serving!

You can serve the ice cream with fresh fruits or sprinkle it with toasted hazelnuts. You can also use it as a base for a savoury dish.

This recipe is a great vegetarian dinner party starter. It is accompanied by baked heritage beetroot, horseradish cream and a sourdough crumb.

To prepare the beetroot, scrub it well and boil it in water for a couple of hours until it is tender. Then peel it and chop into chunks. After it has cooled, you can blitz it in a blender or food processor until smooth.

Then you will need to add the yoghurt, ice cream and milk and stir together until smooth. It is best to use a high-speed blender or food processor.

It will take about a minute to process the beetroot ice cream. You may need to stop the machine from time to time to scrape down the sides and ensure it is processed evenly.

Once it has been blended and ice cream has been created, you can then add the chopped hazelnuts, fresh cream and a pinch of salt. Lastly you can add the crushed almonds on top and enjoy your Beetroot ice cream.

If you are a ginger lover, you can garnish the ice cream with pieces of stem ginger or sliced red chillies. You can also serve this ice cream with crunchy waffle cones dipped in chocolate or with raspberries, which go especially well with beetroot.

This recipe is a great way to use up any leftover beetroot from your regular meals. It is very simple to make and can be eaten on its own or served with a variety of toppings like strawberries, blueberries, bananas and more.

You can even replace the sugar with some beet juice or beetroot powder to make a healthier version of this ice cream.

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