Apricot Golden Raspberry Ice Cream Bonbonscomments (2) July 6th, 2009 in Gallery
We have an apricot tree and golden raspberry plants and every year we make Apricot Golden Raspberry Jam. As we were making it a few days ago, we thought it would be a great addition to an ice cream. Because the jam was sweetened, we reduced the sugar in the custard to 1/2 cup. We added some almonds for flavor and texture, as well. It seemed like a good idea to try to make the ice cream into bonbons, but we need to develop the ice cream/chocolate enrobing technique. We made a mess! The chocolate coating is a bittersweet chocolate ganache - and it tastes delicious with the ice cream. We'll try this again and again until we get it right! We won't mind eating our experiments!
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