This homemade vanilla ice cream is creamy and really melts away on the tongue. The cookie bowl is crisp and sweet. A party for the kids!
Following this recipe there are two more recipes to write, before this is followed with the summary of the recipes, preparation and scheduling for the children's birthday party and today a recipe for dessert. The birthday boy opted for ice cream and this is spooned into a bowl of shortbread, which you can make quite easily by using a cupcake form. The ice is decorated with red berries, which are in season, and chocolate shavings.
Make sure the sand dough cools in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours, before you bake. That way you make sure that the dough won't drip and the bowls shape is maintained.
Use the cupcake form on bottom up. When you fold the dough around it, a beautiful tray is created.
The simplest way to make ice cream is by using an ice machine. If you don't have one, do not worry! Whip the cream stiff and mix all ingredients through, pour the mixture over to a freezerbox and freeze. Make sure that you make the ice cream at least one day before use.
I have used red berries because they are so delicious in season. But you can also decorate with strawberries, raspberries, caramelized apple and nuts. So this dessert will become a party in any season.
Up to 1 week in advance:
Make vanilla ice cream and store in a plastic container with lid in the freezer until use.
Up to 2 days in advance:
Make the baskets of shortbread. Store them in an airtight container until use.