This Easy No-Churn Moscato Ice Cream is an elegant dessert that is perfect for company, yet so easy to make!
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I didn't think of this idea, but whoever came up with it first deserves a really big high-five!
I first saw the concept of wine ice cream on Mercer's Dairy's web site. How I ended up on that site, I have no idea, but once I saw the different ice creams that they make with wine, I just had to take a shot at making my own.
So I did some quick Googling and found a recipe that looked pretty easy at BBCGoodFood.com. I gave it a try, then adapted it to better fit my liking!
My big decision for this recipe was to determine the variety of wine to use. I thought about a Zinfandel, or a Riesling. But in the end, I decided to use a Moscato from CK Mondavi, one of my favorite winemakers. It has such a nicely crisp and slightly sweet flavor, I thought it would be perfect in an ice cream.
I know it isn't summer yet, but I am already dreaming of some of the things I would like to do in warmer weather.
Right now I am fantasizing about eating this ice cream while lounging in the sun on a boat floating around on Lake Wallenpaupack, where we like to spend time with our friends on lazy summer weekends.
But, since that scene won't happen for another few months, there's no reason I can't enjoy this today! Ice cream is delightful year round, right? And ice cream with wine is da bomb!
Well, go ahead and try it and let me know what you think!
Use this plastic bowl and this hand mixer for easy prep and great results! And for more no churn ice cream recipes, try this Cookies and Cream No Churn Ice Cream or Easy Cherry Ice Cream.
Or, if you like fruity ice cream that's ready in about 5 minutes, you won't want to miss this Mango Ice Cream recipe!
Easy No-Churn Moscato Ice Cream
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Easy No-Churn Moscato Ice Cream
- 1 cup your favorite sweet white wine (I used a CK Mondavi Moscato)
- ¼ cup sugar
- 1 ⅔ cup heavy cream
- berries (optional)
- fresh basil (optional)
- Combine the wine and sugar in a plastic bowl and mix until the sugar is dissolved.1 cup your favorite sweet white wine, ¼ cup sugar
- Add the heavy cream and whip with a hand mixer until it becomes thick.1 ⅔ cup heavy cream
- Cover and place in the freezer about 4 hours.
- Serve with berries and fresh basil for an elegant presentation.berries, fresh basil
Nutritional information is an estimate. The nutritional values for your final dish may vary based on measuring differences and products used.
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Sara @ Magical Mama Blog
Pinned this immediately! This is exactly what my mom friends and I who have Wine Wednesday need for this summer! This is super easy! Thank you so much for sharing on #ArtsyFartsy
Moscato and Ice Cream. What a lovely combination. This would be perfect at a brunch or girls night. Thanks for sharing on Sunday's Best.
Sounds delish! Can't wait to try it!
This moscato ice cream sounds amazing. I'm working on opening a bakery/bistro in a small tourist town in Jamaica. This is going to be on the menu!
Very cool! Good luck with your bakery!! Let me know how it works out! 🙂
Looks so great! Pinned & shared. Thanks for joining the Inspiration Spotlight party @DearCreatives
Wow, this is amazing, and your photos are gorgeous! Congratulations on being featured this week on Fiesta Friday!
Thanks so much for sharing this very special dessert with us at Full Plate Thursday. Hope you have a great week and come back to see us real soon!
Vicki @ Babies to Bookworms
This looks amazing! I will have to try this!
oh my...this looks like my kind of dessert....love it. Thanks for sharing on fiesta friday!
What a fun idea! I bet it tastes amazing and you served it so beautifully too!