29 July 2016

No churn pomegranate Ice cream ( Helado de granadas)










Love pomegranates and Im sure you noticed that :)

And I love to freeze the juice and seeds for Christmas because in this time are a lot of recipes.
I made this Ice cream some days ago, we are still are in winter but he have some lovely days with a lot of sun.
And you dont need  Ice cream maker.
Anyway if you don't have still pomegranates you can use store bought pomegranate juice instead of deseeding pomegranate.

Source :  Nigella Lawson 









Ingredients

3 fresh pomegranates or 3/4 cup store bought pomegranate juice.
1 lemon (the juice)
175 g icing sugar
500 ml double cream


Method

Juice two of the pomegranates amd the lemon and strain the juices into a large bowl. Save the third pomegranate to use the seeds before serving.

Sift in the icing sugar and whisk to dissolve.
You can use the whisk attachment of your stand mixer or other.

Add the double cream to the pomegranate mixture and whisk
 until soft peaks form.

Transfer the pomegranate whipped cream to an airtight freezer-safe container and freeze at least 3 hours .

Remove from freezer 15 minutes before serving to soften, then serve in bowls and scatter with seeds from the other pomegranate.


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En español

Helado de granadas























81 comments:

  1. So beautiful, Gloria! I can't wait until they're back in season here so I can try your yummy recipe!

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    1. Thanks Lizzy !
      I love pomegranates. Soon you will have in your autumn !

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  2. I tuoi gelati sono uno meglio dell'altro, bravissima Gloria!!!!

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  3. I wish I had a scoop now! It looks delicious, Gloria.

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    1. Is delicious Angie. I would love we live more close to sharing you :) :)

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  4. magnifico e goloso Gloria!!! baciiiii

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  5. the texture must be amazing!

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  6. I love pomegranates, juice and seeds, such a beautiful color Gloria, love that it is a no churn.

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    1. I love poms Cheri, always are beautiful to any dessert or plate!!

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  7. This looks so pretty and sounds delicious. I love pomegranate. :) Thanks for sharing!
    ~Jess

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  8. che gelato delizioso Gloria, un abbraccio !

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  9. I'm sure all of your readers would love to eat some ...
    Looks a delicious recipe

    All the best Jan

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  10. Hey Gloria, am coming your home.. Pls. invite me.. :) Your Colorful pomegranate ice cream is so tempting dear..

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    1. Thanks Seena :)
      You are invited when you want :)

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  11. Yum, I love the combination of pomegranate and lemon. The ice cream looks nice and creamy!

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  12. So pretty! Love the pink ice cream on those dishes!

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    1. Thanks Betsy. I love these plates too :)

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  13. Gloria, I must admit that we've never had pomegranate ice cream. It is beautiful for sure. You eat more healthy pomegranates than anyone else I know! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  14. Thanks David.
    Yes Im in love with pomegranates.
    Love them !

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  15. Un altro splendido gelato! Bravissima, deve essere delizioso :)
    Un bacio e buon fine settimana

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    1. Grazie Dani !
      Un abbracio per te :)

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  16. I love pomegranates…and your ice cream sounds delightful. The color is so pretty. Wonder how your recipe would work for peaches? I will have to give it a try.

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    1. Thanks Kathy. Im sure this would be wonderful with peaches. ♡♡

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  17. Mmmm sometimes I like eating ice cream on cold days - no worries about it melting too fast! Your pomegranate ice cream looks good!

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    1. Yes Jasline you can see here the people always love ice cream any season :) :)

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  18. Delicious and yummy Gloria!!!

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  19. A very good and fresh idea Gloria. I want some now!

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  20. I've never thought to make pomegranate ice cream! It looks refreshing and so delicious, Gloria.

    The new site is up and running, let me know if you have any problems with it!

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    1. Thanks Pam. I will see your new site if it accept me lol
      Hugs!!

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  21. Sure seems like pomegranate has many uses indeed.

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  22. You are the Queen of ice cream !J'adore celle-ci !
    Bises

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    1. Merci beaucoup mon cherie ♡♡♡

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  23. grenade / citron un duo parfait une glace irrésistible
    bonne soirée

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  24. How delicious that looks, Gloria. Hard to believe, but I didn't make any ice cream this summer!

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    1. Yes sometimes happens me Barbara !
      And I love Ice cream made in home.

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  25. wow ma buonissimo!!! ti confesso che lo mangerei tutto :) eheh scherzi a parte, grazie per la ricetta, buona domenica, ciao Andrea

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    1. Grazie Andrea !! buona domenica, ciao Andrea

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  26. Wow...a truly delicious ice cream that I can't wait to sample!
    Thank you so much for sharing...:)

    Big Hugs xoxoxo

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  27. Love that pomegranate ice cream, Gloria! I haven't made any ice cream yet this summer and this one would be a great place to start. Thanks for the recipe! Hugs

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    1. Thanks Pam!! Im sure you would love this pome Ice cream !!

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  28. I don't have an ice cream maker, but that doesn't stop me from making ice cream! Your pomegranate ice cream looks amazing.

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    1. Thanks Beth I love these recipes are more simple and delicious!!!

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  29. Che meraviglia!!! E il melograno fa anche molto bene, proverò con il succo, grazie per la ricetta!!!
    Baci

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  30. You are certainly making the most of ice cream right now--and not even peak ice cream season for you! This looks so good--I am determined to make some this week!

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  31. Yes Inger. I think I really enyojed making Ice cream this year in any season. Happens I find some lovely fruit or other and I make the Ice cream.
    Also I love make them at night and the other day is ready.
    My next ice cream is with green tea.
    I think you wiuld like I made yesterday!

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  32. Hi Gloria, thanks for your kind words left on my blog. Icecream looks so divine with those little red jewels.
    Best regards from Sydney

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  33. Hi Jasna Im so happy you comeback .
    All the best dear :)

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  34. Ice cream is a wonderful summertime treat - and over the last couple years
    i have really gained an appreciation of the pom.

    good to see you too gloria. smiles.

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  35. I love poms Brian. Im SO happy to see you again . I missed you Brian :)

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  36. Delizioso e anche goloso. Bravissima Gloria :)

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  37. Whenever I see pomegranate, I think of one of kids, they love it so much. Looks fantastic! Hugs and love!! xoxo

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    1. Thanks Elsie, I love pomegranate too :))
      Hugs!

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  38. love pomegranates too :0) a gem in a winter here.

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    1. Thanks Rebecca I think are like gems , so beautiful!

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  39. Hello Dear Gloria. This ice cream looks absolutely delicious!!
    I hope all is well. xoxo Catherine

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  40. What a beautiful (and healthy with the pomegranites) ice cream. I've never made a no-churn ice cream and need to try it. Beautiful dishes too, Gloria!

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  41. So pretty and it is especially beautiful on those plates!

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