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Where To Buy Fig Ice Cream ##HOT##

This ice cream may not be winning any beauty contests but it tastes amazing! The crunch from the fig seeds is a fantastic contrast to the creamy texture of the ice cream. I kept the ingredients simple so that the figs are the shining star!

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Made this using fresh figs from my tree and a doubled recipe fit my 2-qt ice cream maker perfectly (resulting in 4 pint containers). It was delicious and not overly sweet. I made an oatmeal crumble that was layered between scoops in my serving dish. Got rave compliments! (Note I did use vanilla extract instead of paste)

I just had to share with you a recipe I developed for my latest article in Cravings Magazine. Before I stopped buying ice cream and started making my own at home my absolute favourite ice cream was Maggie Beer's Burnt Fig, Honeycomb and Caramel Ice Cream. I couldn't get enough of the stuff, despite the hefty price tag. I'd buy a tub, and scoop spoonfuls into a coffee mug, my favourite way to eat ice cream, and savour the amazing flavour. Luckily this was another one of those foods that my fiance didn't like, but to be honest I was secretly quite happy he didn't like it as it meant more for me. So my fiance would have vanilla ice cream with sprinkles (yes, he's a big kid) and I'd enjoy my honey roasted fig ice cream.

All that changed once I bought an ice cream maker. My fiance was sceptical that the ice cream would actually get used, but true to my word since I bought it we haven't purchased a single tub of ice cream and I love experimenting with flavours and making my own ice creams and sorbets. There's been everything from spice roasted pineapple ice cream, roasted strawberry ice cream, kiwi fruit sorbet (my youngest stepsons favourite), blood orange sorbet, strawberry sorbet, and grape and pink champagne sorbet, along with frequent batches of vanilla ice cream.

So when it was fig season I couldn't wait to try my hand at making my own version of Maggie Beer's infamous burnt fig ice cream. Not having a recipe to go with I decided to roast the figs coated in honey to bring out their sweetness and to also help caramelise them. They smelled amazing while roasting and tasted even better when I tried one after they came out of the oven. In fact, they would be amazing as is served with a couple of scoops of vanilla ice cream, but I decided to continue on my quest of making fig ice cream. Once the figs were cooled I blitzed them in a food processor and then loosened the mixture with a little vodka. I always use a little vodka in homemade ice creams to help ensure that they are soft and scoopable direct from the freezer. You could of course use a flavoured liqeuer, but I like using vodka because it doesn't interfere with the flavours I'm working on. Of course, you can skip the vodka if you like, especially to make it child friendly, but note that you may need to let the ice cream sit for a few minutes out of the freezer before scooping.

Once the fig mixture was ready I began making the ice cream base. For this I went with an egg custard ice cream, which I just adore as it's so silky smooth. The custard was infused with fresh vanilla and then once it had cooled overnight added to the ice cream maker to churn. When the ice cream is almost done add the fig mixture and allow it to mix through and freeze for a couple of hours before serving.

When my parents were visiting recently we enjoyed some of my honey roasted fig ice cream and before I had a chance to tell my Mum that this was my version of Maggie Beer's Ice Cream she said "This is just like Maggie Beer's ice cream, only better". As to the last part of her comment, I'm not sure if that is just motherly support, but I was pretty pleased with how the flavours turned out.

Hi Jennifer,Have you (or anyone else) made this with green figs? We have a fig tree in our yard, and I've been itching to make ice cream out of the bounty! Most online recipes seem to be using Mission Figs...which would seem to do better with the roasting or jam preparations. I'm concerned that the green skin would have a more unappealing veggie taste if roasted or pan cooked. Perhaps scooping out the pulp for a raw application wouldbe better with these green figs. Any thoughts?? Advice? Thank you.

I've only ever come across mission figs here. Lucky you for having a fig tree though! I did some quick googling and came across a number of roasted fig recipes that use green figs, so I think you'd be fine. I'd suggest perhaps try roasted a couple first and see how they are before committing to a larger batch for the ice cream. I'd love to hear how you go!

That Maggie Beer ice cream is seriously my favourite icecream ever! Thankyou so much for a DIY version ? Just a couple of quick questions though, when do you add the vodka? And do you just do a rough puree of the roasted figs? I seem to remember Maggie's icecream having chunky swirls of fig and caramel through it...Vodka sounds like a great trick for making sure homemade ice cream isn't rock solid. Gary Mehighan on one of the master classes also suggested adding glucose syrup to achieve the same effect. I've never tried either but am willing to give both a go!

Peanut brittle icecream which my son recently introduced to me. Made by Sara Lee and as with your burnt fig iceream it is rather morrish and a tad expensive. None the less, it is savoured with each delicious mouthful - pure indulgance and bliss.I'd love to hear if other viewers have a recipie that is close in order to replicate or make at home?

Who can resist caramel ice cream?It is one of my favorite! Lol, I'm glad your fiance don't like it, at least you don't have to share it to them. My favorite is a seasonal ice cream called UBE Ice Cream, it's a beautiful violet color and it is so good!

I love Maggie Beer too. My favourite is just the straight vanilla...I've been thinking about getting an icecream maker, but we keep telling ourselves we don't have enough room. But reading your recipes makes me want it even more!

That's so weird, I was just pulling my ice cream maker out today after storing it for about a year. Sadly it corroded around the lip of the canister ? I suppose I'll have to get another, I can't go all summer without real ice cream!!Thanks..

My favourite ice-cream to make has a double-shot espresso coffee added to a basic ice cream custard with chocolate coated coffee beans folded in after churning... yum! But this one looks delish too, although I must admit I only really drag out the ice cream maker in summer, now I'm starting to think about puddings! Thanks for a great recipe and good luck in the blogger awards... 041b061a72

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