The blueberry, this delicious little red fruit with a blue-purple color, offers mild, slightly sweet flavors on the palate. It is also perfect for ice cream! Here, you don’t need a turbine, but if you want to turbine your ice, that’s also possible. Head to the stove to cook this refreshing blueberry ice cream!
1. First, cook the blueberries with the sugar for about 10 minutes. Leave everything to cool and pass through a sieve. (you can place your preparation in the fridge).
2. Whip the whipped cream. To do this, place your bowl and whisks in the freezer for 5 minutes so that everything is very cold and your cream rises easily.
3. Separate the whites from the yolks before beating the egg whites. Incorporate the egg whites into the cooled blueberry purée, then the whipped cream.
4. Pour everything into your freezer container and let set for at least two hours before tasting. Your blueberry ice cream is ready!