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Caramel Pear Ice Cream

Caramel Pear Ice Cream

Ingredients

  • 1 carton of apple juice
  • 5-6 pears cored and peeled
  • 1 Teaspoon lemon juice
  • 1 large tub of plain yogurt

Directions

Place apple juice in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Leaving the pot uncovered, reduce down to a syrup and continue stirring until it turns into a caramel consistency.

In a blender, combine pears and lemon juice till smooth.

Mix into the yogurt and add the caramel.

Put into an ice cream maker. Freeze according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

Nutritional Facts

Servings4

Calories Per Serving205

Folate equivalent (total)24µg6%


Pear Caramel Ice Cream

I’ve been a bad blogger this week. I just wasn’t at all motivated to write even though I have a backlog of recipes to share. I haven’t been blogging very long, but these things must happen from time to time. I figured it would be better to wait till I actually felt like writing than trying to force myself, blogging is supposed to be an enjoyable experience after all.

So I am now ready to share an amazing ice cream recipe with you all. Since my Daring Bakers experience last month I’ve had homemade ice cream on the brain. When I was given all those pears one of the first things that went through my mind was “how do I turn this into ice cream?”

The internet is a magical place, because when I googled pear ice cream I found this recipe for Pear Caramel Ice Cream. It’s adapted from The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz, and it is wonderful. I need to buy the book. I also discovered Herbivoracious, which I’m loving.

I was too busy eating the ice cream to remember to take a picture of it. The only one I have is with a pear upside down cake (recipe coming soon!)


Pear Caramel Ice Cream

I’ve been a bad blogger this week. I just wasn’t at all motivated to write even though I have a backlog of recipes to share. I haven’t been blogging very long, but these things must happen from time to time. I figured it would be better to wait till I actually felt like writing than trying to force myself, blogging is supposed to be an enjoyable experience after all.

So I am now ready to share an amazing ice cream recipe with you all. Since my Daring Bakers experience last month I’ve had homemade ice cream on the brain. When I was given all those pears one of the first things that went through my mind was “how do I turn this into ice cream?”

The internet is a magical place, because when I googled pear ice cream I found this recipe for Pear Caramel Ice Cream. It’s adapted from The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz, and it is wonderful. I need to buy the book. I also discovered Herbivoracious, which I’m loving.

I was too busy eating the ice cream to remember to take a picture of it. The only one I have is with a pear upside down cake (recipe coming soon!)


Pear Caramel Ice Cream

I’ve been a bad blogger this week. I just wasn’t at all motivated to write even though I have a backlog of recipes to share. I haven’t been blogging very long, but these things must happen from time to time. I figured it would be better to wait till I actually felt like writing than trying to force myself, blogging is supposed to be an enjoyable experience after all.

So I am now ready to share an amazing ice cream recipe with you all. Since my Daring Bakers experience last month I’ve had homemade ice cream on the brain. When I was given all those pears one of the first things that went through my mind was “how do I turn this into ice cream?”

The internet is a magical place, because when I googled pear ice cream I found this recipe for Pear Caramel Ice Cream. It’s adapted from The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz, and it is wonderful. I need to buy the book. I also discovered Herbivoracious, which I’m loving.

I was too busy eating the ice cream to remember to take a picture of it. The only one I have is with a pear upside down cake (recipe coming soon!)


Pear Caramel Ice Cream

I’ve been a bad blogger this week. I just wasn’t at all motivated to write even though I have a backlog of recipes to share. I haven’t been blogging very long, but these things must happen from time to time. I figured it would be better to wait till I actually felt like writing than trying to force myself, blogging is supposed to be an enjoyable experience after all.

So I am now ready to share an amazing ice cream recipe with you all. Since my Daring Bakers experience last month I’ve had homemade ice cream on the brain. When I was given all those pears one of the first things that went through my mind was “how do I turn this into ice cream?”

The internet is a magical place, because when I googled pear ice cream I found this recipe for Pear Caramel Ice Cream. It’s adapted from The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz, and it is wonderful. I need to buy the book. I also discovered Herbivoracious, which I’m loving.

I was too busy eating the ice cream to remember to take a picture of it. The only one I have is with a pear upside down cake (recipe coming soon!)


Pear Caramel Ice Cream

I’ve been a bad blogger this week. I just wasn’t at all motivated to write even though I have a backlog of recipes to share. I haven’t been blogging very long, but these things must happen from time to time. I figured it would be better to wait till I actually felt like writing than trying to force myself, blogging is supposed to be an enjoyable experience after all.

So I am now ready to share an amazing ice cream recipe with you all. Since my Daring Bakers experience last month I’ve had homemade ice cream on the brain. When I was given all those pears one of the first things that went through my mind was “how do I turn this into ice cream?”

The internet is a magical place, because when I googled pear ice cream I found this recipe for Pear Caramel Ice Cream. It’s adapted from The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz, and it is wonderful. I need to buy the book. I also discovered Herbivoracious, which I’m loving.

I was too busy eating the ice cream to remember to take a picture of it. The only one I have is with a pear upside down cake (recipe coming soon!)


Pear Caramel Ice Cream

I’ve been a bad blogger this week. I just wasn’t at all motivated to write even though I have a backlog of recipes to share. I haven’t been blogging very long, but these things must happen from time to time. I figured it would be better to wait till I actually felt like writing than trying to force myself, blogging is supposed to be an enjoyable experience after all.

So I am now ready to share an amazing ice cream recipe with you all. Since my Daring Bakers experience last month I’ve had homemade ice cream on the brain. When I was given all those pears one of the first things that went through my mind was “how do I turn this into ice cream?”

The internet is a magical place, because when I googled pear ice cream I found this recipe for Pear Caramel Ice Cream. It’s adapted from The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz, and it is wonderful. I need to buy the book. I also discovered Herbivoracious, which I’m loving.

I was too busy eating the ice cream to remember to take a picture of it. The only one I have is with a pear upside down cake (recipe coming soon!)


Pear Caramel Ice Cream

I’ve been a bad blogger this week. I just wasn’t at all motivated to write even though I have a backlog of recipes to share. I haven’t been blogging very long, but these things must happen from time to time. I figured it would be better to wait till I actually felt like writing than trying to force myself, blogging is supposed to be an enjoyable experience after all.

So I am now ready to share an amazing ice cream recipe with you all. Since my Daring Bakers experience last month I’ve had homemade ice cream on the brain. When I was given all those pears one of the first things that went through my mind was “how do I turn this into ice cream?”

The internet is a magical place, because when I googled pear ice cream I found this recipe for Pear Caramel Ice Cream. It’s adapted from The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz, and it is wonderful. I need to buy the book. I also discovered Herbivoracious, which I’m loving.

I was too busy eating the ice cream to remember to take a picture of it. The only one I have is with a pear upside down cake (recipe coming soon!)


Pear Caramel Ice Cream

I’ve been a bad blogger this week. I just wasn’t at all motivated to write even though I have a backlog of recipes to share. I haven’t been blogging very long, but these things must happen from time to time. I figured it would be better to wait till I actually felt like writing than trying to force myself, blogging is supposed to be an enjoyable experience after all.

So I am now ready to share an amazing ice cream recipe with you all. Since my Daring Bakers experience last month I’ve had homemade ice cream on the brain. When I was given all those pears one of the first things that went through my mind was “how do I turn this into ice cream?”

The internet is a magical place, because when I googled pear ice cream I found this recipe for Pear Caramel Ice Cream. It’s adapted from The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz, and it is wonderful. I need to buy the book. I also discovered Herbivoracious, which I’m loving.

I was too busy eating the ice cream to remember to take a picture of it. The only one I have is with a pear upside down cake (recipe coming soon!)


Pear Caramel Ice Cream

I’ve been a bad blogger this week. I just wasn’t at all motivated to write even though I have a backlog of recipes to share. I haven’t been blogging very long, but these things must happen from time to time. I figured it would be better to wait till I actually felt like writing than trying to force myself, blogging is supposed to be an enjoyable experience after all.

So I am now ready to share an amazing ice cream recipe with you all. Since my Daring Bakers experience last month I’ve had homemade ice cream on the brain. When I was given all those pears one of the first things that went through my mind was “how do I turn this into ice cream?”

The internet is a magical place, because when I googled pear ice cream I found this recipe for Pear Caramel Ice Cream. It’s adapted from The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz, and it is wonderful. I need to buy the book. I also discovered Herbivoracious, which I’m loving.

I was too busy eating the ice cream to remember to take a picture of it. The only one I have is with a pear upside down cake (recipe coming soon!)


Pear Caramel Ice Cream

I’ve been a bad blogger this week. I just wasn’t at all motivated to write even though I have a backlog of recipes to share. I haven’t been blogging very long, but these things must happen from time to time. I figured it would be better to wait till I actually felt like writing than trying to force myself, blogging is supposed to be an enjoyable experience after all.

So I am now ready to share an amazing ice cream recipe with you all. Since my Daring Bakers experience last month I’ve had homemade ice cream on the brain. When I was given all those pears one of the first things that went through my mind was “how do I turn this into ice cream?”

The internet is a magical place, because when I googled pear ice cream I found this recipe for Pear Caramel Ice Cream. It’s adapted from The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz, and it is wonderful. I need to buy the book. I also discovered Herbivoracious, which I’m loving.

I was too busy eating the ice cream to remember to take a picture of it. The only one I have is with a pear upside down cake (recipe coming soon!)