Chocolate ice cream is created by using eggs, cream, vanilla, and sugar required to make vanilla ice cream . These ingredients are typically blended with cocoa powder . For the purpose of producing the chocolate flavor. Chocolate liquor is occasionally used in place of or in addition to cocoa powder. It is uncommon to add additional colorings. Instead, chocolate ice cream gets its brown hue from cocoa powder.
The nonfat cocoa solids that must account for at least 2.0-2.5% of the mix weight according to the Codex Alimentarius. An international body that sets standards for food, are what give chocolate ice cream its flavor. In accordance with the US Code of Federal Regulations. Reductions in the content of milk fat and total milk solids. By a factor of 2.5 times the weight of the cocoa solids are permitted.
Homemade ice cream is a wonderful frozen treat. But most recipes call for using several egg yolks and cooking the mixture on the stove. This chocolate ice cream recipe has only five basic ingredients and can be put together in just a few minutes. You don’t need any eggs and there’s no cooking of custard on the stove top. The recipe is so easy, it will likely become a staple recipe for anyone interested in making homemade ice cream, which also means it’s great for beginners—especially those who love chocolate.
To make things easy, the remaining components in this recipe—whole milk, sugar, heavy cream, and vanilla extract—are blended with cocoa powder. There are several mix-ins that you can add to this dish to alter the flavor, however it is wonderful served as is. To increase the amount of chocolate to your satisfaction, fold in a ribbon of chocolate syrup after the ice cream has frozen, add some chocolate chips, or even toss in a few coarsely chopped chocolate sandwich cookies.