Oh wow, my favorite ice-cream flavor! The above demonstrates this aspect of your character. 3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder (this is what I used) May I just say, yum. When I was little, the rarity of white mint ice-cream (and the special branding it recieves) definitiely had me convinced that it’s color was the result of it being extra-minty! The cooking blogs that I follow (all 4 of them) are lovely because everyone plays nice. I love cooking, baking, anything food related, and after getting an ice cream maker for Christmas, I'm on the hunt for great ice cream recipes. Refrigerate the mixture thoroughly, preferably overnight, then freeze it in your ice cream maker according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Loved this recipe! Thanks for the ice cream recipe, I will absolutely try it! Bring the mixture to a boil and then reduce the heat to low, simmering for 30 seconds, constantly whisking. Is there a version or brand here with the 36 to 40 percent milkfat? It was incredible. I would like to make ice cream sandwiches for an upcoming party. Kelly-Jane: The good thing is that when you’re in your own kitchen, you can do what you want! I love mint ice cream and I’m anxious to try this recipe out, although something about the lack of exorbitant green food coloring is new to me. Any suggestions …. Just a thought. I discovered this by the way when I did it first by accident with whipped cream. It is my favorite mint variety, the lemony taste is not as pronounced as it may seem reading the name, and it has a nice strong mint flavour without the bitterness some other mint varieties have. Pour it over the milk chocolate pieces and stir until the chocolate is completely melted and smooth. Kat: I LOVED Friendly’s Ice Cream when I was a kid. (Remember that once you spin the ice cream and put some air into it, the color will lighten. The first time it was light green! I was just thinking about finding a recipe for mint chocolate chip to make for her in the next few weeks. :o(. Once the mixture is hot and steaming, remove from heat, cover, and let stand for an hour to infuse the mint flavor. Thanks for the recipe! FINALLY, something to use my mint for besides mojitos! You can use any plastic container that suitable for food use and ones that are good for freezing usually have a symbol of some sort on the bottom (like a snowflake or something) to indicate they’ll hold up in the freezer. Bring the mixture to a boil and then reduce the heat to low, simmering for 30 seconds, constantly whisking. I want to make this ice-cream, even if it is just to sit on the porch and take a trip down memory lane. Well…technically it’s a mint chip sorbet. I made this the other day and on first bite, I tasted some woodsy notes. This goes for all the hispanic grocery stores. Your post reminded me of college study breaks fueled with Friendly’s green-mint chip. 2. Immediately strain the mixture into the cream, then stir the mixture over an ice bath until cool. Personally, I have never liked mint chip ice cream, but it is my husband’s favorite flavor. 9. Hi David! This is the third or fourth time I’ve made it, and I keep playing with various types of mint. Of course, you have to put up with being jostled by the remarkably resilient women who are certain there is a better bunch located somewhere near the bottom of the stack (which always seem to be right where I happen to be standing…), that has an additional branch or a few more mint leaves on them than the forty-nine bunches of mint on top of the pile. I like banana ice cream with chocolate chips too (Chunky Monkey style). I’ve found that it has the best true flavor. We’d better get it on the menu soon this summer too! What? The recipe that is missing from the perfect scoop. Each time, it may be slightly different, but it will be delicious and MINE. Now you’ve spoiled me. and refuse to give up. Killian Fox roamed the world to find the 50 best things to eat and the best places to eat them in, with a little help from professionals like Raymond Blanc, … MMMM-so excited to find this recipe. I added a bit of Sumac to my chickpea soup yesterday and found that it rounded out the flavours nicely. ; ). Have you ever tried to use Lemon Balm, Melissa officinalis? Heat the remaining 1 cup (250 ml) cream in a medium saucepan until it just begins to boil. She loves ice cream and we both love mint chocolate chip. The rest of the mint will go into faux-jitos…. Nancy: They don’t drink Mojitos in Japan?? If you like the taste, you can use crème fraîche in ice cream making, although I’ve found that if you let the mixture sit too long, the whole batch of ice cream is in danger of ‘taking’. Rewarm the infused milk.