Do you know what the most depressing sound in the world is?
Cicadas. Why? Because it means the summer is coming to an end. Every year as we start to notice that the sun is setting just a little bit earlier every day, we hear the buzzing of the cicadas. It’s both comforting and depressing at the same time, because we don’t want summer to end, however, the most beautiful season of the year is slowely coming upon us… Fall. Fall means, apples, pumpkins, fresh, crisp air and the beautiful shades of orange and brown. I’m excited for Fall… but I just can’t let go of summer.
So let’s not just let go of summer yet… It may be slowely fading away, but it’s not gone!
Lemon and Greek Yogurt Ice Cream
Do you love sweet, tangy ice cream?! With this Lemon and Greek Yogurt Ice Cream, you get the tartness from the lemons, the smooth tangyness from the Greek Yogurt, and the sweetness from the bit of sugar.
It’s just about the most perfect ice cream ever because it’s smooth like ice cream, tangy like a sorbet, and oh-so lemon-y and crisp like a water ice. Plus, with the few ingredients it takes to make, you can whip it up, get it in your ice cream maker and enjoy it’s deliciousness in a flash!
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- 450 g Greek yogurt
- 200 ml lemon juice (fresh sqeezed)
- 50 g powdered sugar
- pinch of salt
- 120 g egg whites (about 4)
- 100 g powdered sugar
- Mix together the yogurt, lemon juice, salt, and 50g of powdered sugar.
- In a separate bowl, whip the egg whites and powdered sugar to form stiff peaks
- Fold into the lemon juice and yogurt.
- Churn in your ice cream maker according to packaged directions.
- Transfer to freezer safe container and freeze for a few hours.