Scoop School: Making your ice cream FRUITY
Posted by Destini Miller on
As simple as it is, unfortunately you can't just drop whole pieces of frozen fruits into your ice cream batch, freeze it, and expect it to taste fruity the next day. The fruit will freeze solid like ice and give your customers a lot of discomfort while eating. There's actually a very simple science to extracting the juice from the fruit and creating a 'simple syrup'. Scoop School gives us the rundown on how to create a puree out of your frozen fruits.
To create this syrup you'll need some sort of container to hold your berries in. Mr. C uses about 24 oz of frozen berries to 1 cup of sugar. Mix this creation together and let it sit in a cool space overnight. When you grab the puree the next day you'll have noticed it's now a juicy syrup-like puree that can be added to any ice cream, Gelato, or frozen beverage. This recipe makes for great frozen lemonades!
Note: play with the amount of sugar you add; you don't want to over sugar your product.
Special thanks to Scoop School for the lesson provided.
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