Delicious creamy No Churn Golden Milk Ice Cream or everybody’s favorite turmeric milk ice cream made with just 4 ingredients!
Let us talk about something everyone is going crazy about lately! To be honest, when I heard about turmeric milk and turmeric latte I was surprised! Surprised because turmeric milk or golden milk is something I grew up drinking as a kid. Whenever I used to get sick, my mom would give me a glass of warm milk with turmeric and sweetener mixed in. It was favorite thing to have when sick because literally next day I would feel so much better! And especially ladies for all those cramps, this is a miracle drug!
As a kid I suffered from bad asthma and this warm turmeric milk would always make me feel better. Turmeric as we all know is packed with so much goodness – powerful anti inflammatory so super effective in treating asthma, arthritis, bowel inflammation, regular consumption has been proven to be effective in preventing cancer.
I always felt lucky as growing up our Indian cuisine involved lot of turmeric. Turmeric powder being used in almost all savory dishes, fresh turmeric chopped and marinated in vinegar to be served along side food. And as if this wasn’t enough, we were given regular bowls of warm turmeric milk to slurp on. 😛
So I knew I had to contribute something and what is better than a chilled bowl of ice cream eaten on a hot summer evening? NOTHING.
So I went ahead and kept things super simple! Just heavy cream, condensed milk, good quality turmeric and ginger powder is what you need to make this seriously creamy and decadent ice cream that is not just tasty but good for you too!
I was confused initially between ginger or vanilla extract or vanilla beans but ginger tasted the best with turmeric so I went with it. In a mixing bowl take 2 cups cold heavy cream. To it add 2 tsp turmeric powder and 1 tsp ginger powder and using a hand blender, blend until you get stiff peaks. It took me around 4-4:30 minutes. Now gently fold it in sweetened condensed milk until it’s mixed into it.
Transfer it to a container which you are planning on using to freeze. Cover tightly with plastic wrap. To protect it from getting freeze burn, you can cover it twice. Freeze for 4-8 hours or overnight.
Even Ronak loved this! It has very subtle turmeric flavor and he said it kind of reminded him of saffron pistachio ice cream! It turned out super creamy too!
While writing this post I had a giant scoop and now I am thinking of eating ice cream for dinner too! How many of you have eaten ice cream for dinner?! Anyone?! I have done it way too many times 😛
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- 2 cups cold heavy cream
- 14 oz ( ~396 gm) can of sweetened condensed milk
- 2 tsp good quality turmeric powder
- 1 tsp ginger powder (If you don't have ginger powder then you can in place use vanilla extract)
- In a mixing bowl take 2 cups cold heavy cream. To it add 2 tsp turmeric powder and 1 tsp ginger powder and using a hand blender, blend until you get stiff peaks. It took me around 4-4:30 minutes. Now gently fold it in sweetened condensed milk until it's mixed into it.
- Transfer it to a container which you are planning on using to freeze. Cover tightly with plastic wrap. To protect it from getting freeze burn, you can cover it twice. Freeze for 4-8 hours or overnight.
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Denise | Sweet Peas & Saffron saysJune 30, 2016 at 2:03 PM
I am a huge fan of saffron pistachio ice cream, so I love this idea! It’s so pretty, too!
Ela saysJune 30, 2016 at 7:23 PM
Ummmmm the golden ice cream looks so delicious
With a hint of ginger. Can’t wait to try it
Miriam - londonkitchendiaries.com saysJuly 1, 2016 at 2:44 AM
I knew about turmeric’s health properties but never heard of turmeric milk. Glad I know about this now! Thank you so much for sharing this delicious looking ice cream recipe ♡
Gayle @ Pumpkin 'N Spice saysJuly 1, 2016 at 5:23 AM
No churn ice cream is the best! I’ve never used tumeric powder in a dish like this before, so I’m intrigued. This sounds delicious!
Puja Darshan saysJuly 1, 2016 at 7:14 AM
Wow it sounds delicious Amishi.A very creative way to make an Ice-Cream.
Tonya Conteh saysJuly 1, 2016 at 12:36 PM
Never in a million years would I have thought to add turmeric powder. Looks inviting!
Annie @ The Garlic Diaries saysJuly 1, 2016 at 4:58 PM
This is so cool! I love the idea of using turmeric. Can’t wait to try this!