Strawberry amaretto ice cream starts with the bold taste of berries, which continues scoop after scoop and it finishes with a rich and creamy consistency!
Strawberry Amaretto Ice Cream is cool and tasty.
Today’s recipe is so easy you won’t believe it. In fact, if you have a blender or a smoothie maker, you’ve got this! When you are craving a cool frozen treat, tasty strawberry amaretto ice cream answers the pang.
Why You’ll Love Strawberry Amaretto Ice Cream?
No More Wasting Strawberries
For those of you that buy strawberries and then forget to use them? This recipe incorporated fresh berries into it, so you go ahead and use up your strawberries rather than letting them rot in your refrigerator! Keep reading so you can make strawberry amaretto ice cream, it’s so easy!
Store-Purchased Ice Cream Skimps on Ingredients
Second, for those that love fresh strawberries in ice cream but feel like the ice cream makers are ‘skimp’ when they package theirs, you have the power to change that. When you make strawberry amaretto ice cream you are able to regulate and increase or decrease the number of strawberries to your liking!
Make strawberry amaretto ice cream and serve it on the same day!
Last, you can make this fabulous ice cream and consume it on the same day within hours! That said we definitely want to talk about the storage of this fabulously tasting ice cream so that it does freeze promptly!
Storage of Homemade Ice Cream of Any Kind
So, I make homemade ice cream a lot and I’ve tried storing my homemade ice cream in many different containers. I can honestly say that the best thing I’ve ever done is purchase ice cream containers made just for ice cream storage!
My favorite mini containers boast a silicone lid and are 6 oz each which is a perfect single-serve ice cream portion.
What makes these particular single-serve ice cream containers even better is their colored lids. When I make strawberry amaretto ice cream I use the mini containers with red silicone lids for strawberry amaretto ice cream. It kind of signals everyone what’s in the container.
The silicone does not stick to the ingredients inside the container and it comes off of the container with ease! Big win! Did I mention that these containers stack and fit great on doors, or in freezer drawers?
My favorite Quart containers also boast a tight-fitting, yet easy to remove silicone lid. You can purchase these in many different colors (the lids).
Quart containers are great because this recipe will make enough to fill a quart container plus 2 single-serve 6 oz containers! I’d grab a few of each. Plus, if you are an ‘ice-creamer’ you’ll love having your own quart to savor!
Ingredients for Strawberry Amaretto Ice Cream
First, and the big question I know everyone is going to ask, there is NOT alcohol in the recipe. However, if you prefer to add alcohol in you can.
Second, the recipe is nut-free but it does contain dairy products.
Third, you could add in many other berries, I have tried them all, many times over but the strawberry pairs flawlessly for a brilliant taste bite after bite. It’s kind of like a champagne and strawberry fairytale.
Fourth. Fresh strawberries complete this recipe, but Amaretto is the ingredient that supercharges the refreshing flavor. What you might not have expected is that I used no alcohol! You can, but I didn’t! Enjoy.
Last, food coloring is totally optional. I used it to amp up the color, but it does nothing to the taste. If you don’t want to use it you do not have to. However in the case that you do use it, purchase eye-appealing food coloring.
Recipe for Strawberry Amaretto Ice Cream
Strawberry Amaretto Ice Cream
- Blender or Kitchen Ninja Smoothie Maker
- Rubber Spatula
- Mixing Bowl
- Ice Cream Containers
- 1 14 ounce can Condensed milk I'll suggest chilling this for at least 24 hours ahead in the refrigerator
- 2 cups (473 ml) heavy whipping cream
- 1 1.5 oz (45 ml) Sugar-Free Amaretto Coffee Syrup use the bottle. You can use Amaretto syrup with sugar, I chose not too.
- 1 Tbsp PURE Almond Extract
- 1 .3 ounce Sugar Free Strawberry Jello you can use regular gelatin instead of sugar free.
- 3 squirts Food Coloring TOTALLY OPTIONAL
- 1 1.2 cup Strawberries washed, stem removed, chopped, paper towel dried (just let the berries sit on paper towel to take away rinsed moisture.
- Open your condensed milk and your heavy whipping cream and set aside.
- Wash, rinse, de-stem, chop strawberries and place on a paper towel to capture moisture then set side.
- Have ready your Amaretto syrup, gelatin, and optional food coloring if you are using it.
- Pour the condensed milk into the blender or your
- Add the Amaretto Syrup
- Next add in the Gelatin
- Blend for 2-3 minutes. It will get fluffy.
- Add in food coloring if you are now
- Again 30 second pulse and scrape down sides to make certain food coloring is mixed in.
- Add in 1 cup of the berries and pulse quickly
- Transfer strawberry amaretto ice cream into storage container (s) top with more berries.
- Freeze for 6 hours (quarts may take up to 8 hours to solidify. 6 oz containers freeze in about 4 hours.