How to Make Calisson Ice Cream

Calisson is one of the most famous and iconic Provencal sweets. It’s a delicious treat to enjoy with coffee or tea and is easy to make at home.

This simple 2-ingredient ice cream recipe uses only whipped cream and sweetened condensed milk to create a creamy frozen dessert that’s sure to please. It’s a great summer treat to serve to your family and friends.

Ingredients

Calisson Ice Cream combines sweet, creamy Provencal calisson cream with the taste of fresh melon to create a dreamy, cold dessert. This recipe is perfect for cooling off after a day in the sun!

The calisson is an iconic Provencal treat that has a long history and an intriguing story behind it. It’s made with almonds and candied melon, and is usually decorated with a royal icing (whipped egg white and sugar).

If you’re looking for a delicious calisson recipe to try at home, consider this one from Confiserie du Roy Rene in Aix-en-Provence. It’s a simple calisson that uses the traditional Cavaillon melon and candied orange peel but it’s paired with other flavors such as ginger, honey, chocolate, and matcha!

It’s a great dessert to make for a special occasion or for just because. It’s a classic Provencal treat and one that’s well worth the effort. If you’re visiting Aix-en-Provence, be sure to stop by for a calisson-making class at Confiserie du Roy Rene and take some home!

Equipment

This Provencal treat is a must for anyone with a sweet tooth. The best part is that you won’t have to spend a fortune to enjoy it. The ingredients can be found at your local supermarket and if you’re lucky, your neighbors will be sharing the same ice cream concoction with you! The process takes about 20 minutes and the resulting treat is worth every single calorie. This isn’t to say you’ll be able to eat it all in one sitting though. You might want to save your money and go out for a night on the town if you have to wait that long.

Recipe

A traditional dessert from Provence, Calisson is a tiny diamond-shaped sweet made with almonds and candied fruit. It’s finished with a layer of white royal icing.

The recipe for calissons has remained unchanged since its creation, and is made with finely ground almonds, candied melon and orange peel. A nougat wafer is placed on top of the mixture and decorated with a thin layer of royal icing.

This delicacy is a traditional Provencal confectionery and has been protected by PGI (Protected Geographical Indication). The calisson is usually scented with orange blossom and shuttle-shaped, and is an excellent gift for any occasion.

If you are in Aix-en-Provence, we recommend taking a calisson-making class at Confiserie du Roy Rene. This costs 50 Euros ($56 USD) per person and includes instruction and the chance to take home a beautiful calisson-shaped tin.

Preparation time

If you want to make a calisson ice cream that will knock your socks off, plan on some serious time in the kitchen. It takes a few hours to prepare and you will need a hefty freezer space.

In the end, this Provencal delicacy will be a winner in your book, especially if you’re looking for a treat that will keep your brain occupied and your body cool after a day of whacking around outside. It’s a great dessert to serve alongside warm apples and caramelized almonds, or simply to enjoy as a snack with a glass of wine.

There are many recipes for making this delicious dessert, so do your research and find the one that best suits your needs. You may even want to experiment with the recipe until you find a winning combination. If you do, you’ll have a mouthwatering treat to show off at your next dinner party or savour while relaxing at home.

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