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- Ube Macapuno Ice Cream
People, you’re in for a treat! With a limit ube flavor and generously studded with macapuno strips, this hand made ube macapuno frozen yogurt makes sure to satisfy your sweet cravings.
Ube-upgraded wafers are optional yet vigorously recommended. 🙂
I’m so obsessed with making my ice cream at home; my freezer is always stacked high with all sorts of flavor combinations such as mango or buko pandan.
Once you try this simple no-churn method, you’ll never go for store-bought ice creams ever again! Homemade is cheaper, tastes infinitely better, and you can easily make a batch without an ice cream maker or fancy equipment.
- Try not to utilize ube halaya. I had an unopened container in my storage room, and I thought I’d skirt the additional work of getting ready purple sweet potato by utilizing it all things considered. Serious mix-up as the frozen yogurt had the rich, satiny surface I was searching for however was excessively sweet for my taste.
- Wash and channel the macapuno safeguards well as they’re generally stuffed in weighty syrup which can make the frozen yogurt sweet.
- I was lucky to find a new ube on one of my excursions to Seafood City, and I recently bubbled and crushed around one cup worth of the tubers to use in this frozen yogurt. Assuming you’re in the U.S. also, have just admittance to the frozen (currently cooked and ground) sweet potato sold in bundles, try to crush it dry as the abundance of fluid will cause ice precious stones in the frozen yogurt.
- Try not to avoid the ube extricate as besides the fact that it increases tone, however it likewise develops the flavor.
- Weighty cream is the groundwork of no-agitate frozen yogurts, however, you can trade it with an equivalent measure of coconut cream (first extraction or kakang gata) assuming you need a veggie-lover treat. You can likewise utilize Nestle’s universally handy cream.
For ideal volume, have every one of the fixings freezing.
Cover the holder with plastic film, delicately squeezing it on the outer layer of the whipped cream to forestall ice precious stones.
Look at this ube macapuno frozen yogurt. It’s so quick and easy to make; you’ll be amazed by the way that rich and smooth it turns out with little effort. Serve it in a cup or on a cone for an authoritative frozen treat!
For extra delicious tropical flavors, take a gander at my mango frozen yogurt, avocado frozen yogurt, and buko pandan.
Ube Macapuno Ice Cream
- 2 cups weighty cream, freezing
1 can (14 ounces) consolidated milk, chilled
1 cup ube, cooked, crushed and chilled
3 drops ube extricate
1 cup macapuno strips, washed and depleted well
In an enormous bowl, consolidate weighty cream, dense milk, and squashed ube. Utilizing a hand blender at low speed, beat the combination until it starts to thicken.
Speed up to medium and keep on beating for around 8 to 10 minutes or until firm pinnacles structure.
- While beating, crush a couple of drops of ube separate until the ideal tone is accomplished.
- Add macapuno strips and delicately crease in to circulate, trying not to collapse the cream blend.
Move combination into a 9 x 5 portion skillet. Cover with plastic film, softly squeezing the film on the outer layer of the cream combination.
Freeze for somewhere around 6 hours or short-term. Serve frozen.