Berry Goat Cheese Sherbet #ICTScoopAdventures

Berry Goat Cheese Ice Cream from Scoop Adventures from The Hungry Goddess

Happy Ice Cream Tuesday!  Just in time for July 4th, I have some sweet treats that will make your holiday CHILL!  Jenni Field (Pastry Chef Online) organized a delicious summer roundup to highlight the amazing ice cream recipes in Scoop Adventures – The Best Ice Cream of the 50 States by Lindsay Clendaniel.  You can check out your state to see what ice cream scoops were picked, but (IMHO), the last chapter that contains Lindsay’s own recipes is a goldmine for recipes and ideas!

Lindsay also has a scrumptious blog – Scoop Adventures – with tons more ice cream recipes.  This book will keep me busy for summers to come!  I thoroughly appreciated that the recipes are easy and well written.  Most of the recipes do call for an ice cream maker.  For the Berry Goat Cheese Sherbet recipe, from Lindsay’s blog, I used my ice cream maker which is the Cuisinart Frozen Dessert Maker.

I also used some raspberries in the recipe instead of the full pound of blueberries in the original.  The result was wonderfully creamy and tangy all at the same time!

Scoop Adventures: The Best Ice Cream of the 50 States: Make the Real Recipes from the Greatest Ice Cream Parlors in the Country

Berry Goat Cheese Sherbet
approximately 3 cups

I used fresh berries but the recipe also works with frozen berries. I allowed a “softening” time of a few minutes on the counter before scooping.

Ingredients:

  • 1 pound strawberries, fresh or frozen
  • 1/2 pound blueberries, fresh or frozen
  • 1/2 pound raspberries, fresh or frozen (my adjustment instead of a pound of blueberries)
  • 1 1/3 cup sugar
  • 2 Tablespoons brandy
  • 2 teaspoons lemon juice
  • Pinch of salt
  • 8 ounces goat cheese (original called for 10 oz)

Directions:

Frozen berries should be thawed before beginning the recipes.  Stir the berries, sugar and brandy in a medium mixing bowl until the sugar begins to dissolve.  Allow the mixture to sit at room temperature for approximately one hour.  Stir occasionally.

Put the berries in a food processor after they have been out for about an hour.  Add lemon juice and salt to the berries and pulse to process.  Add crumbled goat cheese and pulse again.  (Mine was a bit creamier so I just scooped it into the processor).  Strain the ice cream base through a fine mesh sieve into a medium bowl. This will remove all of the fruit skin and seeds.

Place the bowl in the refrigerator and chill for approximately two hours. Pour the chilled base into an ice cream maker and freeze according to the instructions for your ice cream maker.  It is recommended to put plastic or parchment over sherbet so that ice crystals do not form which was a great tip.  Freeze for a minimum of 4 hours or until firm.  I froze mine overnight.  Scoop and ENJOY!

See Lindsay’s original Berry Goat Cheese Sherbet recipe on Scoop Adventures here

Berry Goat Cheese Ice Cream from the book Scoop Adventures from The Hungry Goddess

 

Ice Cream Tuesday happens EVERY Tuesday on the deliciously delightful Pastry Chef Online by Jenni Field and below are links to the other fabulous bloggers participating in the Ice Cream Tuesday Scoop Adventures.

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Chocolate Sesame Brittle from Jenni Field – Pastry Chef Online

Red Velvet Ice Cream Sundae from Cravings of a Lunatic

S’mores Ice Cream Sandwiches with Toasted Marshmallow Malt Ice Cream from Comfortably Domestic

Chocolate Truffle Ice Cream from That Skinny Chick Can Bake

Peanut Butter & Jelly Ice Cream from Try Anything Once

Hop and Nuts Ice Cream from Foodgasm

Blueberry Mojito Ice Cream from Creative Culinary

Chocolate Coconut Macadamia Nut Ice Cream from Desserts Required

Peanut Butter Ice Cream from Cookistry

Thai Coconut Ice Cream from Food Lust People Love

Dark Chocolate Orange Ice Cream from Decadent Philistines

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Thank you to Jenni for all of her HARD work in organizing this and Lindsay for her fabulous recipes.  I did receive a copy of Scoop Adventures for participating. Links to purchase are Amazon Affiliate Links and help keep the pantry stocked.  Thank you!  

HAPPY ICE CREAM SUMMER!

 

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  1. Jenni says:

    Wow, that turned out such a glorious color! Hooray for adding some raspberries to the mix!
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    • Kimberly Moore - The Hungry Goddess Herself says:

      HAHAHA – THANKS Jenni – what a FUN project and I love working with you! The raspberries were glorious! xo

  2. What an interesting combination but I do love goat cheese with fruit so I can almost taste it; sounds wonderful.
    Barbara | Creative Culinary recently posted..Blueberry Mojito Ice CreamMy Profile

    • Kimberly Moore - The Hungry Goddess Herself says:

      Thank you, Barbara and I am SWOONING over the Blueberry Mojito! It provided an interesting TANG with the berries!

  3. Liz says:

    Wow, to start with, the color is just stunning! And I bet this creamy and tangy combination was sublime!!
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    • Kimberly Moore - The Hungry Goddess Herself says:

      THANKS, Liz – it was really good! And now I am eyeballing your Chocolate Truffle! :)

  4. OMG this combo of flavors is to die for and you did a FABULOUS job of it!
    Sophia @ NY Foodgasm recently posted..Hops and Nuts Ice Cream #ICTScoopAdventuresMy Profile

    • Kimberly Moore - The Hungry Goddess Herself says:

      THANK YOU, Sophia! And I will say also – right back atcha!

  5. I LOVE your addition your addition of raspberries to the recipe. The color is gorgeous and sure will do wonders on a hot summer day!
    Betsy @ Desserts Required recently posted..Chocolate Coconut Ice Cream #ICTScoopAdventuresMy Profile

  6. Stacy says:

    I can’t get over the fabulous color of your sherbet, Kimberly! I am sitting her drooling in the Dubai heat. A bowl of this would be magic!
    Stacy recently posted..Thai Coconut Ice Cream #ICTScoopAdventures #GiveawayMy Profile

    • Kimberly Moore - The Hungry Goddess Herself says:

      THANK YOU, Stacy! I love Dubai and ice cream is the perfect heat-buster! Of course, we could combine our ice creams :)

  7. So yummm!! Goat cheese..and berries…wow!
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  8. Donna Currie says:

    Wow, that’s really a stunning color, and I’ll bet the taste was fantastic too. I’ll bet it would be lovely with some sparkling wine or champagne!
    Donna Currie recently posted..Coffee Waffles and a #GiveawayMy Profile

  9. I have berries and goat cheese so I’m glancing at the recipe, then back at my kitchen wondering if I should…hmmm…

    This sounds like an interesting and delicious combination! I’d love to try it, at least once.
    Dionne Baldwin recently posted..Smoothie Recipes RoundupMy Profile

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