Raspberry Ice Cream
Carlene Thomas RDN
December 7, 2021
With the Anova Precision Oven’s sous vide mode, making the base to homemade ice cream is foolproof every time. After whisking the custard ingredients together, you’ll simply use a probe to gauge doneness, add fruit, and then use an ice cream machine to churn.
To use pieces of fruit for color and textural interest, soak them in a complementary alcohol to keep them chewy, not frozen rock-solid. For additional color, you can use a vegetable-based natural food coloring before chilling to churn.
Note: The time involved in this recipe is mostly passive, waiting for things to chill and for the ice cream to freeze. And of course, don’t forget to freeze your ice cream maker’s canister ahead of time!