Mixed Berry Ice Cream With A Twist

I remember a few years ago, my brother got me an ice cream maker for my birthday. It’s still sitting in the box. I haven’t used it. I know you are probably thinking what a waste. I just don’t have the time to set it up and pack it back up.

I cam across an ice cream recipe on One Bit More. Chocolate Chai Ice Cream (no machine needed). That was the line that caught my eye.

I decided to mix things up and add a few other ingredients to the recipe. I wanted to combine the flavours of India Kulfi with the creamy texture of ice cream.


375ml sweetened condensed milk400ml thickened cream
200ml evaporated milk1 cup frozen mixed berries
2 cardamom pods (seeds crushed)


1. Combine condensed milk, cream, evaporated milk and cardamom in a bowl and whisk for 5 minutes or until it is double in size

2. Add berries into the mixture and put it into an air tight container

3. Freeze for 2 hours, take it out of the freezer and mix with a spoon

4. Put it back in the freezer overnight
Serve with some frozen berries on top

You don’t need to take the ice cream out after 2 hours to mix. I chose to do this so that the ice crystals would break down which makes the ice cream really creamy.

The ice cream turned out so well. It was so simple to make. The cardamom added an almost exotic feel to the ice cream. I think that ice cream maker will probably stay in its place for another 2 years. Ehehhe.

Thanks to Shez from One Bite More for sharing such a great recipe. Check out her Chocolate Chai Ice Cream recipe here..

Julia @Mélanger (November 25, 2009)  

Oh my oh my. Cardamom is one of my favourite spices. This would taste amazing with the condensed milk. I so have to try this!

MaryMoh (November 26, 2009)  

I bet this is an awesome ice cream with the condensed milk. I'm quite a condensed milk addict...would finish the whole tub of ice cream :))Thanks for sharing.

Trisha (November 26, 2009)  

Mmmm that ice cream looks soo good, especially in this heat! GACK! 35 degrees tomorrow, anyone? Oh and love that no machine needed!

Trissa (November 26, 2009)  

Kath you always have the perfect dish for the perfect time! The ice cream looks lovely and a brilliant idea to add cardamom. Great pics too!

♥peachkins♥ (November 26, 2009)  

Its that easy,huh? I'd have to do this..

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Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella (November 26, 2009)  

Kath you don't need an ice cream machine for most ice creams especially the ones that use the creme anglaise method (custard)! :D

muffinsareuglycupcakes (November 26, 2009)  

mmm evapourated milk and condensed milk.
sounds awesome.
i love my icecream maker :)

Ellie (November 26, 2009)  

You ended up making an ice cream without using your brasnd new ice cream maker. lol!! Any dessert with condense milk is YUM!!

Ladybird (November 26, 2009)  

Wow! well done, that looks soooo SCRUMMY!

I adore cardamom :)

chocolatesuze (November 26, 2009)  

mmm icecream that recipe looks great i love berries!

Lauren (November 27, 2009)  

Wow! This looks delicious =D. I love the flavours!!

Olive (November 28, 2009)  

Hi Kath!

thanks for sharing this recipe, I have never tried making homemade ice cream because I always thought that I need an icecream maker for the job.. my kids love ice cream, they will surely love it if I make a batch for them :)

Conor @ HoldtheBeef (November 30, 2009)  

Ice cream weather is truly here, and this recipe seems to celebrate this fact very nicely :)

Maria@TheGourmetChallenge (November 30, 2009)  

oh that looks so good. I especially love all the berries ontop. I want an ice cream machine, but I'm fearful of all the kilo's I'll stack on. Maybe its best NOT to have ice cream available to you on tap.

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