Uses for Flavored Syrup: Homemade Ice Cream
Homemade ice cream is one of those special treats that everyone loves. Many families have an old recipe that’s been passed down for three or four generations. Whether you have your own homemade ice cream recipe or not, we think homemade ice cream is one of the greatest uses for flavored syrup.
Who says your coffee syrups can only go in your coffee? Creativity is something that we treasure, and we know you do, too. Oftentimes, the best results come from breaking the mold, and doing something new on a creative level. If you really want to try something new, try using coffee syrups (or any of our 115 premium syrups) the next time you make a batch of homemade ice cream!
Here are a few of the coffee syrups we recommend for use in your homemade ice cream recipe…
Amoretti Premium Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla Bean Syrup is great if you want to give your vanilla a little extra flavor. This syrup doesn’t have anything to do with Kentucky bourbon, so don’t expect any liquor flavor. Rather Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla Bean offers a more robust and complex flavor of vanilla.
Everyone’s accustomed to chocolate ice cream, but have you tried ice cream with Amoretti Premium Dark Chocolate Syrup? Add some of this decadent coffee syrup to your recipe to enjoy a flavor unlike anything else.
Amoretti Premium Maple Syrup is another delicious option with ice cream. Have a glass of water on hand, because with a coffee syrup this good, you’ll be getting thirsty! However, mixing this with ice cream is definitely one of our favorite uses for this flavored syrup.
If you have an ice cream maker and a traditional recipe, keep using it. However, if you have neither, we’d like to share a very simple and classic ice cream recipe with you! This recipe is easy for anyone to make, and requires no special tools or accessories:
Amoretti Classic Homemade Ice Cream
- 14 oz. can sweetened condensed milk
- 2 tbsp vanilla extract
- Amoretti Coffee Syrup of Your Choice
- 2 cups whipping cream
Mix the first three ingredients together in a large bowl. Then, gently fold in the two cups of whipping cream (already whipped). Cover this mixture, and freeze it in a 2-quart container for six hours (or until frozen).
It doesn’t get much better than this delicious use of flavored syrups! If you create this recipe, share it with other Amoretti fans on Facebook.