Sour Cherry Ice Cream: A Simple Summer Delight

As a seasonal food buff, this time of  year can be a little overwhelming. It seems like almost everything is in season right now, and I want to enjoy all of it. But sometimes, I like to slow things down and pick one special ingredient that really showcases the flavors of the moment. So recently, I made a simple, tart, and creamy sour cherry ice cream. The bright flavor of the sour cherries really stood out in this vivid fuchsia ice cream, and I felt like I had a little bowl of summer.

Sour cherries were made for sweets since they have a deeper flavor that can really stand up to a bit of sugar–look for them at local farm markets or specialty grocery stores. This ice cream has a light texture that showcases the flavor of the cream too, so it’s a good time to grab the good stuff. Fresh cherries, good cream, and a little tang from a lemon add up to a refreshing, creamy summer dessert that everyone will love.

Head over to Brooklyn Supper for our recipe.

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