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Fruit and Nut Ice Cream - Praline And Cream Ice Cream

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Learn to make Holiday Fruit and Nut Ice Cream Recipe | Eggless Praline Ice Cream Recipe** with step-by-step video instructions. This delectable Holiday Fruit & Nut Cardamom flavored ice cream is swirled with creamy, sweet and salty nutty praline and candied fruits. If you ever wished you could eat ‘candied fruits’** in an ice cream form, this is your chance.

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Happy Wednesday, my friends!

Do you believe in the philosophy of celebrating each and every day in December? I certainly do. There are many reasons to love the month of December. Agreed? So if you also believe in what I just said, then we need to celebrate this day with some holiday ice-cream.

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Nobody needs an excuse to eat ice-cream:

I do agree that we don’t need to wait for the holiday season to enjoy ice-cream, right? But this one calls for a special treatment because this one is really special. I could even eat ice cream in the extremes of winter where it’s -25° C with 4 feet of snow on the ground. Yeah, ice-cream during winter is a different charm. Seriously, it’s the desire of the brave 😉

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No Christmas without this Holiday Ice Cream:

Holiday Fruit and Nut Ice Cream** — If you ever wished you could eat ‘candied fruits’** in an ice cream form, this is your chance. Cardamom flavored ice cream is swirled with creamy, sweet and salty nuts and candied fruits. This delectable **Holiday Fruit and Nut Ice Cream Recipe | Eggless Praline Ice Cream **has become a traditional treat at our home during Christmas times since last year.

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This Holiday Fruit and Nut Ice Cream is Foolproof:

This pretty winter ice-cream is very much foolproof. You just have to mix everything together in one bowl and you’re done. And it needs churning if you are using an ice-cream machine. But hey, no matter which way you make it, you will love it.

And the good thing about this ice-cream is that it has nutty praline, so you don’t need any extra sauce or nuts for serving because this is just too good even without anything. And I would recommend you to eat it as such, to cherish the nutty and chewy texture and flavor.

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Addition of orange liqueur can shine the flavors:

I did not add any alcohol for this as I have a little one who’s an ice-cream sucker. So if you are someone who loves boozy ice-cream then I would recommend you to use orange liqueur as the base for this one. This ice-cream has a lot of chewy nuts and fruits.

So be prepared to go on a chewy ice-cream journey. You can sure add lesser nuts but if I was you, I wouldn’t. Because nuts and fruits are the beauty of this Christmas/New year wintery ice-cream.

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Simplicity is the mother of invention:

I used a traditional vanilla ice cream base to enhance the cardamom flavor, which makes it a delicious Christmas dessert. I hope you guys enjoy this recipe of Holiday Fruit and Nut Ice cream.

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How to make Holiday Fruit and Nut Ice Cream?

It’s so basic – all it takes is about 50 minutes + 2 hours of freezing time to make if you are making it in an ice-cream machine. And only 15 minutes + 8 hours of freezing time, if you are making it no-churn. Either way, it would be delicious.

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Let’s learn to make Holiday Fruit and Nut Ice Cream Recipe | Eggless Praline Ice Cream Recipe

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  • Fruit and Nut Ice Cream - Praline And Cream Ice Cream [Recipe]

    This delectable Holiday Fruit Nut Cardamom flavored ice cream is swirled with creamy, sweet and salty nutty praline and candied fruits. Video recipe.
    ★★★★✰
    (Rating: 4.7 from 25 reviews)

    Prep time 🕐 Cook time 🕐 Total time 🕐
    50 mins
    Category ☶ Cuisine ♨ Serves ☺
    Dessert European 8-10
    Nutrition Info ⊛ Serving size ⊚
    175 calories 1 serving

    INGREDIENTS

    For Butter Glazed Nuts:
    • 1/2 cup nut mix (slices dried cranberries, chopped, almonds, chopped cashews, chopped walnuts, chopped pistachio)
    • 30 g unsalted butter
    • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
    • Pinch of salt
    For Ice Cream:
    • 100 g candied fruit mix
    • Pinch of salt
    • 1 cup chilled whole milk
    • 2 cups chilled whipping cream
    • 3/4 cups white sugar
    • 1 tablespoon ground cardamom
    • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

    INSTRUCTIONS:

    Making Butter Glazed Nuts:
    1. Preheat oven to 350°F/175°C.
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    2. Add butter, brown sugar, and salt to a microwave-safe bowl.
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    3. Cook for 2 mins stirring after each minute until sugar dissolves. Alternatively, you can also melt butter, and sugar in a double boiler.
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    4. Line a baking tray with non-stick baking paper.
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    5. Spread the combined nuts over the tray.
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    6. Pour butter over the nuts. Bake for 5-7 minutes. Set aside to cool completely.
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    Making Holiday Fruit and Nut Ice Cream:
    1. Place the whipping cream, milk, sugar, salt, vanilla, and cardamom into a large bowl and whisk on medium speed for about 3-4 minutes or until smooth, and slightly thickened.
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    2. Pour mixture into the container of an ice-cream maker and freeze according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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    3. Add in the glazed nuts, and candied fruits and fold gently, just until they’re all covered. Don’t over mix. Cover with cling film and place in the freezer for 2 hours.
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    4. Scoop out ice-cream in a cup or cone. Enjoy with some gingerbread cookies or biscotti.
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    NOTES:

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