Hold on to summer with this creamy 3 ingredient Lemon Ice Cream! Lemony, refreshing, and no ice cream machine required!
Hi guys!! I’m always down to try new ways to make ice cream and I found this one on Pinterest! It used an ingredient I’ve never used in ice cream which is sour cream! I gotta tell you the flavor was different but good! My sister described it as creamy, sour, with an aftertaste of lemon. (duh, it’s lemon ice cream sister, lol) She also suggested adding honey which I think adding honey is always a plus!
How to Make Lemon Ice Cream:
Place the condensed milk, sour cream, and the lemon pulp in a blender. It is important that you take off the seeds of the lemon so your ice cream won’t taste bitter:
Blend all ingredients until smooth:
After you achieve that smooth texture, pour the mixture in a glass loaf pan or any container that you want to use for the ice cream:
Cover your pan with cling wrap before placing it in the freezer:
Now it’s ready! It turned out so creamy, more like a frozen yogurt but so creamy:
How did you guys like it? Let me know in the comments!
Here’s the video if you want to see how I make the whole recipe and the full recipe is below the video! Enjoy!
More Ice Cream Dishes that are Easy to Make:
Lemon Ice Cream
- 1 ⅛ cup sweetened condensed milk
- 1 ½ cup sour cream
- 1 lemon sliced and seeds removed
- In a blender add the sweetened condensed milk, sour cream, lemon and blend until creamy and smooth.
- Pour into a loaf pan and freeze overnight.
Wow! I need this recipe!
I’m glad you like it. Please share a photo when you make this recipe. Thanks for swinging by!
Yasir khan says
It’s good to know that you love this recipe. Thank you for visiting my blog. I appreciate it! Are you a fan of fruit ice creams?
Yvette Brown says
Recipe sounds great! However, I wonder about the lemon: do you include the rind? It just says to slice in wedges and remove seeds.
Hi Yvette! I didn’t include lemon rind in this recipe. I used lemon pulp. I hope you can try this super easy ice cream recipe. Enjoy! 🙂
Thank you, Aziz!