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Strawberry Ice Cream

Strawberry Ice Cream
Christopher Mohs

Homemade fresh ice cream is something that you simply can’t beat. And an opportunity to have one that is fruit filled is even better! This particular recipe calls for preserves to get that fruit flavor, however you can use chopped up strawberries on their own if you want to cut back on the sugar, or add in some fresh strawberries to amp this up a bit. It’s completely up to you.

The directions below are for an ice cream maker, but if you don’t have one we’d recommend checking out our recipe for Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream for an alternative method that doesn’t require any special equipment.

Strawberry Ice Cream


2 cups Heavy Cream
1 cup Milk
3/4 cup Sugar
Pinch of Salt
1/4 cup Strawberry Preserves
1 tsp Vanilla


Prepare your ice cream maker for the mixture (removing completely frozen core from the freezer). In a bowl, mix together the milk, sugar, salt, strawberry preserves and vanilla.  Once sugar has somewhat dissolved mix in the heavy cream.  Once combined turn on the ice cream maker and pour the mixture into the freezer core. Let it churn for 20-30 minutes and then pour into a storage container and place into the freezer for 4 hours or over night before serving.