If life has decreed that it is far from vacation and tropical countries, you can create a sultry mood right at home: go to the balcony in a swimsuit, sit under a ficus tree and eat ice cream made from avocado, mint and melon to the melodious noise of cars passing by.
A simple recipe for difficult ice cream is proposed to be changed depending on preferences. Yogurt is easily replaced with sour cream and heavy cream, and instead of the suggested melon and mint, coconut is optionally added.
If you spend your day at work and, by a lucky coincidence, you are a physicist, ice cream can be made without leaving the laboratory. Simply combine all of the listed ingredients in a bowl and chill with liquid nitrogen.
The ice cream comes out right away, so stop work and enjoy, and Nobel will wait. Everyone else will have to use the freezer.
- 2 avocados
- ¼ melons
- 1 lemon
- 1 bunch of mint
- 1 cup of sugar
- Half a glass of natural yogurt
- 2 squirrels
- Peel and seed avocado and melon. Beat egg whites until frothy.
- Mix avocado, melon, lemon juice, sugar, mint and yogurt in a blender.
- Add egg whites and pour into a freezer dish.
- Leave in the freezer for six hours.
- Remove from freezer 10 minutes before serving.