Also known as “Tutu’s Lemon Ice Cream” to those in the know, this simple, refreshing ice cream recipe was sent to me by Danielle H, who has corresponded with me for a long while now about recipes and MKC content.
Her grandmother Tutu (called that sweet name because she lived in Hawaii when her first grandchild was born and Tutu means grandmother in Hawaiian) was the creator of this delicious ice cream and it is definitely a legacy to hang on to!
Beyond easy, this ice cream comes together in a snap by whisking the four every day ingredients together and then churning to glorious creaminess in an ice cream maker.
Easy peasy. And absolutely one of the most light and refreshing frozen treats I have ever partaken of.
I served this with a fall fruit crumble (recipe to come soon!) and have made it twice more just to enjoy by itself.
Perfect as a pick-me-up for a warm day, I can see myself enjoying this all winter long, as well.
There is no shame in eating ice cream throughout the bitterly cold winter, even if it means donning an extra sweatshirt or three in order to function.