No-Churn Blueberry Lavender Ice Cream #sipbysip

I received product from The Republic of Tea in exchange for a recipe.

If you haven't tried the teas by The Republic of Tea, you are missing out on a lot of special recipes. I wanted to make sure that my readers had the opportunity to learn about these teas so that you can take advantage of the special qualities. Thank you, Camilla, for hosting this event.  Friends, please so and see Camilla's blog at Culinary Adventures with Camilla!



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I am making ice cream from the Daily Beauty line of teas and using the one called Blueberry Lavender Tea.  This tea makes a beautiful purple tea.  It is designed to nourish your skin by the botanicals of blue butterfly pea flower, blueberry, hibiscus, rose hip, bamboo, and schizandra berry. Now you can nourish your skin through the decadent taste of homemade ice cream.

A dish of ice cream sitting on a white plate, with a glass of tea behind it and a canister of Blueberry Lavender Tea. Lilacs on the table.

I truly love this ice cream. It's no-churn, easy and doesn't take forever to freeze. You can do anything with it as it is a basic vanilla recipe that I am kicking up a notch by infusing this tea into the cream before I make the ice cream! Tips: Make sure the cream is whipped so that it stands by itself.  Make sure the milk is thick. Watery milk and under whipped cream means they will separate when you freeze them.

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No-Churn Blueberry Lavender Ice Cream

Perfect for baby showers, birthday parties, garden parties and more. This flavor comes from infusing tea into the cream.
prep time: 45 Mcook time: 4 hourtotal time: 4 H & 45 M

ingredients:

  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 t vanilla
  • 2 c heavy cream
  • 2 Blueberry Lavender Tea bags by The Republic of Tea

instructions:

How to cook No-Churn Blueberry Lavender Ice Cream

  1. Pour the cream into a bowl.  Wet the two tea bags then drop them into the cream.  Infuse for 30 minutes (for a stronger flavor, infuse overnight.)
  2. Whip the cream until it stands on its own.
  3. In another bowl, stir the vanilla into the sweetened condensed milk.
  4. Blend the two together by folding carefully.
  5. Transfer mixture into a tub and freeze for 4-6 hours.
Calories
220.37
Fat (grams)
21.95
Sat. Fat (grams)
14.01
Carbs (grams)
4.48
Fiber (grams)
0.01
Net carbs
4.47
Sugar (grams)
4.44
Protein (grams)
2.08
Sodium (milligrams)
22.23
Cholesterol (grams)
69.06
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21 comments
Terri Steffes
Terri Steffes

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  1. This sounds delicious! I need to make some and I need this tea!!

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    1. Hey this is amazing! Im on a diet but I love to eat this! You take amazing pics by the way. ��

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  2. Call me silly, but I've always been intimidated by no-churn recipes. I feared I'd be left with a solid brick of ice cream. But yours looks amazing. Thanks for the inspiration and for joining me in this virtual tea party. Can't wait to try your recipe, Terri.

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    1. Ok, girl, I'm calling you silly! :) It is as easy as the recipe sounds. It's the air that is added that gives you the volume and keeps it from becoming flat. Think Cool Whip. I am so glad you added me to your group. I had a blast.

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  3. I love everything about this! I have to make this ice cream and try the tea. They both sound amazing.

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  4. Oh yum - blueberry and lavender?! What a great combination in flavors. And plus, love the fact that this ice cream is no-churn.

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  5. Kristine Nicole Alessandra7:52 AM

    This is the first time I have come across a recipe that incorporates tea in ice cream. I will give this a try!

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  6. Blue berry ice creams are my fave! Will try out this variant of blueberry lavender ice cream! Yummy! :)

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  7. Thank you for picking my next cheat day meal. lol Looks so good.

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  8. I have never made a no churn ice cream. It looks so easy. I love that you infused it with the tea.

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  9. I love this recipe. I don’t even need to pull out my ice cream maker

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  10. No churn ice cream is the best! Infusing it with the tea is genius!

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  11. Wow this looks so yummy and easy to make. I love blueberries and no churn makes it all the more yummy.

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  12. This sounds so amazing! I would love to try lavender ice cream!

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  13. Wow, this looks amazing. Thank you for sharing. I'll have to make this for our first outdoor picnic!

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  14. My friend makes her own ice cream and has taught me to do the same. Simple and easy.

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  15. Wendy Polisi1:59 PM

    Wow this looks amazing. It is the perfect way to treat yourself to some sweets!

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  16. Tiffany Grau2:00 PM

    i would love to try this! I love home made ice cream recipes.

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  17. Ronnie8:43 AM

    This looks absolutely delicious and like a super unique idea! I would love to try a combo blueberry lavender ice cream.. it's my 3 favorite things put together.

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  18. This is such a great idea!

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  19. What a delicious and creamy looking ice cream. I bet it tastes delicious and scrumptious.

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