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Chamomile Honey Ice Cream

This week isn’t the week to be talking about all of the summer desserts we’re about to be enjoying. May is only one day away, and we had snow waaaay too recently to comfortably call this spring. All of us idiots who put their Patagonias and North Faces away are sheepishly dragging them back out of the closet and reluctantly acknowledging the reality of the weather. heavy sigh

But. BUT BUT BUT. You can still make ice cream at home. I promise! And best of all, you can make this ice cream that’s infused with chamomile tea and honey and finished with a nice squeeze of 11th Orchard Bitters’s Red Clover Bitters. In other words, it’s perfect for colder nights and warmer ones. You’re welcome.

A full tutorial for making this recipe lives on my Instagram profile. Check it out here.

Chamomile Honey Ice Cream

Chamomile Honey Ice Cream

So many layers, so much ice cream.

Chamomile Honey Ice Cream

By , April 30, 2019

Chamomile infused cream, honey swirls, and a delicious red clover bitters. What more could you ask for?

Makes: 16 servings

Chamomile Honey Ice Cream

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Ingredients:
  • 2 cups of heavy whipping cream
  • 2 chamomile tea bags
  • 15 oz can of sweetened condensed milk
  • 2 tsp of 11th Orchard Red Clover Bitters
  • 2 TBSP of honey
  • pinch of salt

Instructions:
  1. Get your fancy ice cream container (buy one here) or a loaf tin out. If you're using a loaf tin, line it with plastic wrap, leaving some hanging out on the sides.
  2. In a stand mixer or using an enormo bowl and a hand mixer, whip the heavy whipping cream until stiff peaks have formed. For this ice cream specifically, you want to whip the sh*t out of that cream, until it allllmost curdles.
  3. Rip open the tea bags and sprinkle in the chamomile leaves. Whip one more time to blend.
  4. Using a large spatula and being careful not to beat down too much of the air, ffold in the sweetened condensed milk, bitters, honey, and salt, then pour into ice cream container. Smooth it out, then freeze.
  5. The next step is to freeze it for as long as you can hold off from eating it. For me, that's usually about four hours.
  6. Oh, you're done. You have ice cream now.
Chamomile Honey Ice Cream

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