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Low-fat Mixed Berry Ice Cream

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Simple, healthy berry ice cream

As much as I love playing around with exotic flavors in my ice cream, I’ll be honest; the simple 5 ingredient flavors have got to be my favorite.

Don’t get me wrong, I love a nice peach jalapeno or key lime pie, but there’s something just so soothing about a simple cup only topped with fresh berries or a dab of whipped cream. There’s just something so nostalgic and relaxing about simple food.

This berry ice cream is the epitome of simple and easy. It has 5 ingredients, total, and is made in less than an hour. No egg yolks, stove or crazy prep required. Just 45 minutes to chill and 15 minutes to churn. I mean, really, who doesn’t love a recipe where they don’t have to do anything?

You can top this with whipped cream, chocolate, caramel, whatever tickles your little fancy. Me? I like it with nothing more than a big heaping spoonful of berries.

It’s the perfect dessert to have one of these lingering, end of summer nights where you feel the chill of autumn starting to creep up but it’s still hot enough to melt the ice cream right outta your cone.

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Low-fat Mixed Berry Ice Cream

Ingredients:

2 cups 2% milk
2 cups light cream
1 ½ cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup frozen blackberries and raspberries
Lemon zest to taste

Directions:

Mix sugar, cream, milk and vanilla together in a mixing bowl until sugar has dissolved. Add in berries, cover with saran wrap and chill for at least 45 minutes.

Once mixture has chilled, pour into the frozen basen of an ice cream maker and churn for at least 25 minutes, or until thick and creamy. Add lemon zest (optional). Serve and eat immediately.

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