Raspberry Jalapeño ice cream has a creamy texture and flavor with the addition of goat cheese, and some sweetness with a bit of a kick from Raz-Pepper (Raspberry Jalapeno) Preserves. Read on to learn how to make a creamy perfect homemade ice cream base with no eggs.
Hello my friends. Since the beginning of this year I’ve been looking forward to the summer season so that I can make some creamy and innovative flavors of ice cream recipes. I knew I didn’t want to make popsicles because two years ago I tried to make two popsicle flavors and one of them didn’t come out of the popsicle mold. The second one I made, which was Coconut Cream Lingonberry Pops, gave me a bit of trouble, but my husband Geoffrey helped me. Although the popsicles tasted great, they certainly did not look pretty. So, I think the problem here is between me and the popsicle mold?.
Since July is National Ice Cream Month, my initial plan was to release one or two homemade ice cream recipes each week during the whole month of July. But as usual, I was unrealistic thinking that I could handle having a full-time job and in my spare time make all those recipes, take the photographs, and do the writing... all of which are very time consuming. Another obstacle to my original plan is that when I started making and photographing the first ice cream, the month was already almost half over.
The inspiration for these gourmet ice creams comes from the Salt & Straw cookbook created by the famous Salt & Straw Ice Cream Shop in Portland, Oregon. They continuously open my imagination to how many flavors combinations I can make without being afraid to experiments with unusual flavors. In the cookbook, I found the recipe “Goat Cheese Marionberry Habanero Ice Cream," which inspired me to try that recipe using the raspberry jalapeño preserve we re-introduced into our Spoonabilities shop (click on through to purchase this jam). Although their cookbook is the origin of the goat cheese raspberry jalapeño ice cream, I already knew the combination of goat cheese and raspberry jalapeño was terrific. I had already paired those flavors during the Wine & Cheese Tasting Party that we did a couple of years ago. This flavor combination was a great success with our guests.
About Raz-Pepper (Raspberry Jalapeno) Preserves
Raz-Pepper Preserves has a vibrant red color from the raspberries. Pepperlane, our small-batch producer, mixes raspberries with jalapenos and sweet red pepper making this mouthwatering Jalapeño Raspberry Jam one of our new most popular and best-selling flavors. In addition to using this delicious jam as a glaze for steak, shrimp, salmon, and scallops, or switching up your next peanut butter and jelly sandwich, use it to make:
- Jalapeño Raspberry Vinaigrette Dressing on Mixed Green Salad
- Baked Brie in Puff Pastry with Jalapeno Raspberry Jam and Almond Butter
- Ham and Cheese Croissant / Crescent Rolls
- Jalapeño Raspberry Glaze for Pork Chops
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How to make Goat Cheese & Raspberry Jalapeño Ice Cream
After your churning container is in the freezer for 24 hours, we can start making your homemade Raspberry Jalapeño Ice Cream. Take out the goat cheese and leave it on the counter for 30 minutes or until it becomes soft. Then, bring the ice cream base from the refrigerator and add the more delicate goat cheese. For this part, you will use a stick blender to help incorporate the cheese completely with the base. Stir in lemon juice and pour the mixture into the ice cream maker bowl and turn on the machine. Churn for about 22-25 minutes until the base turns into a soft-serve texture. The exact time in the ice cream maker will depend on each machine/brand.
Open the jar of Raz-Pepper Preserves and using a fork, stir to help loosen the jam so it’s easier to spoon into the ice cream. Using an ice cream container or a freezer-friendly container, in alternating layers, add a layer of the soft ice cream and then a generous spoon of the raspberry jalapeño preserve. When you finish this process, cover the raspberry jalapeño ice cream with parchment paper and press softly against the ice cream to help the paper to adhere to it. Then cover with a lid. In my case, I use an ice cream container without a lid, and I use plastic wrap to cover on top of the parchment paper. Place the container in the freezer for at least 6 hours. Try to control yourself and don’t start grabbing secret personal spoonfuls before 6 hours is up. Ideally, it should freeze over night. I was smart enough to make the ice cream at about 8:00pm at night, so we had no choice but to let it freeze overnight. If I made it in the morning, who knows what time Geoffrey would have been sneaking spoonsful.
More Ice Cream Recipes You Will Love
I will leave you with some other super delicious semi-homemade ice cream recipes that we have made, and a special blog post about 3 Fun & Tasty Ice Cream Toppings. Give them all a try:
- Coconut Cream Lingonberry Pops
- Homemade Strawberry Ice Cream with White Balsamic Vinegar
- Cherry Chocolate Ice Cream
- Vanilla Fig Almond Ice Cream
- Two-ingredient Easy Boysenberry Ice Cream
- Easy Vanilla Ice Cream, and add any other flavor
- Pistachio Ice Cream with Rosewater & Saffron
- Peppers in Paradise Pineapple Jalapeno Ice Cream
- Pear & Blue Cheese Ice Cream with Pear Preserves, Apricots & Honey
I hope you get to make this delicious recipe for Homemade Goat Cheese & Raspberry Jalapeño Ice Cream or one of the other recipes above. Leave me a comment below with what you think about this recipe, and let me know if you will give it a try. Share this recipe with your social media friends and tag us @spoonabilities and use the hashtag #Spoonabilities. Thank you.
Wishing your Tasty Happenings,
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