Christmas Pudding (Ice Cream Flavour) 50mlRated 5/5 based on 1 reviews.
This natural flavour is ideal for use in all domestic ice cream makers. We recommend four teaspoons for a one liter mix. This can be adjusted to your taste as necessary. Add the flavour to the ice cream mix when cold and stir. This bottle if stored correctly will deliver many batches of ice cream. Try combining with a colour, ponceau, or adding a crushed peppermint crisp or violet crumble.
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS NO COLOURS ONLY FLAVOUR
Which ice cream method and recipe do I use?
The method will depend of which type of machine you are using.
Below is our standard base testing recipe an excellent starting point for your ice cream adventures.
Thickened Cream 120g
Skin Milk Powder (SMP) 45g
1. Combine all dry ingredients in a bowl and blend
2. Heat milk and cream to 40 C and gently whisk in dry ingredients
3. Bring mixture to 65 C and maintain at this temperature for 30mins whisking every 5 minutes
4. Cool to 4C and age for four hours
5. Add four teaspoons/liter of the flavour and blend
6. Add mix into ice cream maker and star churning.
|Country of Origin||Australian|
|Shipping Weight (Cubic Weight)||0.1000kg|
|Unit Of Measure||ea|
Smells a lot like christmas29 August 2016There is something about the smell of this flavor that brings back child hood memories that works really well for dinner parties and Christmassy cocktails. The first thing you will notice is the powerful aroma. It's instantly recognizable like freshly brewed coffee or baked bread hot out of the oven. If your a crafty cocktail maker or dinner party thrower you could dilute some drops in water and atomize it spreading the smell of Christmas around the room or wafting over your egg nog . The great thing about this flavor is it brings back all the wonderful memories without the comatose feelings associated with devouring incredibly dense desserts. By adding a couple of drops of this to thickened cream with vanilla bean and caster sugar it worked really well. I then aerated it in a whipping siphon and smeared it all over a fluffy sponge cake. Which made for a very light summery Christmas dessert.