This month, the blog that I was assigned is a lovely blog called Baking Fanatic. I mean, how perfect could this be? I am a baking fanatic, so this assignment should be a piece of cake (ba dum tss). Right?
Well not if you are packing to go travelling this month to Japan and British Columbia, where you don’t have access to your own oven or baking supplies at either of these places. So needless to say, I needed to find an easy recipe to make amid his amazing macaron recipes and gorgeous cake recipes. So I settled on this one.
But not before bookmarking the jaffa cakes recipe!! Seriously. I am definitely making this sometime soon! Every time my brother comes back from England to visit, I always request some jaffa cakes! If only they were sold in Canada…
If you haven’t noticed already, I am kind of swooning over Philip‘s blog. We have so much in common too! We are both from England: him from Surrey and me from Devon (but I have since moved to Canada..) We are both mathematics teachers, which is a crazy coincidence if you ask me! AND, we both love to bake.
Even though I didn’t choose a baking recipe, I am glad I chose this ice cream recipe for the hot summer months. This was basically the only thing I could make sans oven or my trusted mixers, and I couldn’t be happier.
Philip’s version was made with only strawberries, but I only had 200g of strawberries in my house, so I needed to supplement this recipe with additional fruit. But I am sure if you don’t have strawberries or blueberries you can use whatever fruit you have on hand. Just maybe not bananas, because I think it’s sweet enough as it is.
This recipe is going to be a staple in my house for the summers to come. So easy and so easy to adapt, I am urging all of you to try this recipe. And I mean now!
Easy no churn strawberry blueberry ice cream that is so simple to make, it will be your new go-to ice cream recipe. Only 4 ingredients!
- 200 g frozen strawberries
- 300 g frozen blueberries
- 1 3/4 cups half and half cream
- 100 g powdered sugar
Pour all of the ingredients into a blender, and mix until fully combined.
Pour the mixture into a freezer proof container and place into the freezer until hardened.
Total time doesn't include time to freeze.