The perfect frozen custard can be found in the freezer aisle of any supermarket, and it’s a delicious treat in its own right.
The key to success is to be mindful of what you’re adding to the mix, and make sure to measure it appropriately.
The perfect custard should have a nice texture and not be too thin or too thick.
If it’s too thick, it can cause a sticky finish to the finished dessert.
But, the best custard you can make is a mixture of ingredients that’s perfectly balanced.
Try a few types of fruit, and try to use the freshest ingredients you can find, like dried apricots or strawberries.
Try to be as creative as possible.
The result will be a delicious and creamy dessert that tastes like the fresst it has ever been.
To make a delicious frozen custarient, add 1/2 cup of frozen dried fruit and 1/4 cup of fruit juices to 1 1/3 cups of warm water.
Let the custard sit for five minutes, then strain the custards into a jar and let them cool to room temperature before refrigerating.
To freeze the fruit, put the fruit in a bowl and place in the refrigerator.
Once the fruit is chilled, put it in the fridge until you’re ready to serve it.
Frozen custard is usually made with frozen bananas, strawberries, apricot halves, or peaches.
Try not to freeze your fruit too quickly, and freeze it for at least two months.
To keep a frozen custardy custard, add about 1 cup of ice cubes to each cup of warm fruit.
The custard will thicken and become more thick and smooth.
Serve it chilled, but still warm, and add a bit more ice if you like.
If you’re planning on serving it at a party, add ice cubes in the middle to make it more festive.