Roasted Plum Ice-cream - No Churn, Eggless

By Priya Srinivasan - I Camp in My Kitchen - Friday, May 27, 2016

The last dish for theme Summer cooler, Roasted plum ice-cream, tadaaaa! I was planning to do a Beverage again, got the ingredients ready too. Then remembered some plums waiting for some attention in the fridge. Had about 10-12 ripened plums, and i already have a stash of frozen plums, even if i eat one plum a day, it is too much for me. So, i changed plans and made this ice-cream.
We totally loved it, the saucy plums mixed with fluffy cream, it was just like store-bought jar of ice-cream.  I served it plum sauce and toasted pistachios and some chocolate drizzle. Absolutely out of the world. Do try and let me know how you liked it.
5 nos plums (i used black amber plums)
3 tbsp raw sugar
a pinch of salt
a tbsp of butter (optional)
400 ml cream
1/4 cup powdered sugar

For chocolate sauce
1/2 cup of dark chocolate, melted

  • Let us first roast the plums, wash and cut the plums into quarters, remove the pit. Place the quartered plums in a baking tray.
  • Sprinkle sugar and salt over, toss to mix. Add butter. Preheat the oven to 180C and bake the plums for 35-40 minutes or until the fruit look little shriveled and oozes juice.
  • Remove it from the oven, let it cool completely. Puree the fruit and refrigerate until use. I got about 3/4 cup of thick sauce.
For the plum sauce
2 nos plums
2-3 tbsp raw sugar
a tsp of vanilla extract
1/4 cup of water
  • Wash, remove the pit, chop the plums into thin slices. In a sauce pan, take the chopped plums, add 2-3 tbsp of sugar and water, cook in a simmer flame, until the fruit is soft and cooked, and saucier. Add vanilla extract and remove it from flame. Set aside until use.
To Make the IceCream
  • Take cream in a chilled glass bowl. using a Electric beater, beat the cream until stiff peaks form.
  • To this cream add the pureed plum sauce in batches and mix gently using a spatula. 
  • Be genteel, it will be like mixing up a color cloud. Once done, pour the ice-cream in a freezer safe container and freezer for 8-10 hours.
To Serve
  • Remove the ice-cream container 10 minutes before serving, Scoop the ice-cream into bowls, drizzle plum sauce and chocolate sauce and serve.
  • You can omit the plum sauce and just use chocolate sauce alone and top it with some toasted pecans and serve.
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  1. Wow, such a gorgeous icecream, you are torturing me with your beautiful clicks Priya.

  2. Pretty color and yummy looking Icecream. Even more tempting with a chocolate sauce drizzle

  3. This is a wonderful icer cream Priya. Love the colour the plums have given to the ice cream. Love to grab a bowl..

  4. Looks so yum priya such a wonderful creation.

  5. Yummy ice cream.. Absolutely delicious.

  6. This is so appealing to the eyes first... amazing pictures... not a fan of plums but wondering how this would have tasted...

  7. Such a pretty colour and amazing cream looks mouth watering

  8. OMG Priya, that ice cream looks and sounds amazing. LOVE the clicks.

  9. Lovely colour of the ice cream Priya, and have not tried plum ice cream. Its such an easy recipe and love the idea of roasting the plums. Bookmarked for when the plum season starts in Kenya.


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