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How to cook Lingonberry Ice Cream with a coffee maker.

We spent the weekend in our cabin. After a long day’s work in the sun Dan drove and bought ice creams. Yum!

coffee machine cuisine

I have cooked a couple of different ice creams in my coffee maker and the very best is of course the Lingonberry Ice Cream…

cooking with your coffee maker

Time

  • 6 hours

Ingredients

  • 2,5 dl cream
  • 2-3 egg yolks (the yolks I used was pretty small so I used 3)
  • 3/4 dl sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla sugar
  • 1-1,5 dl lingonberries
  • A couple of meringues
  • Basil leaves

Instructions

Start your coffee maker. Pour cream in the coffee maker carafe and heat it for almost an hour, it must get really warm. Give it a good whip every now and then, you know how easily cream burn.

Meanwhile mix eggs, sugar and vanilla together so it get’s fluffy. Pour the egg fluff with the warm cream in the carafe and put it back on the heater. Now this mixture shall coffee maker cook for a while until it thickens a bit, about 45 minutes. Don’t forget to stir. Turn off your coffee maker.

Before you add lingonberries and meringues let it cool for a while. Thereafter add lingonberries and meringues into the mixture and pour the ice-cream into forms. Place them in your freezer, stir every 30 minutes, until they get a nice ice-creamy consistency.

Eat and enjoy!

cooking with your coffee maker

The cream is cooking in the coffee maker can.

cooking with your coffee maker

This is how you cook lingonberry ice-cream with your coffee maker!

cooking with your coffee maker

Approved by Zappa.

cooking with your coffee maker

Chillin’.

cooking with your coffee maker

Didn’t find baby meringues, but this worked just fine.

cooking with your coffee maker

Can you see what’s standing next to the coffee maker made ice-cream? An ice-cream machine, ha!

cooking with your coffee maker

Eat it before it melts too much! (You probably won’t have that problem if you mustn’t wait for the photo shoot of the coffee maker made lingonberry ice-cream presentation.)

how to cook food with your coffee maker

I get many questions about if it’s tricky to clean up after cooking. Answer: Not at all.

Photo: Dan Sörensen.

How to cook Swedish Meatballs with your Coffee Maker – VIDEO!

Swedish meatballs are the greatest. And you shouldn’t try to make them from scratch. Buy prepared ones and they will taste much better, like the ones at IKEA. The meatballs must be served with mashed potatoes and lots of lingonberries.

Of course I have made both home made meatballs, lingonberry jam and mashed potatoes with my coffee maker but I reckon I should show you a really simple recipe (although I obviously had some trouble making it as you can see in the clip…) for all of you students out there! This was one of my favorite dishes to prepare when I lived in that dorm in the beginning of my coffee maker experiment.

And please subscribe to my show The Coffee Maker Chef! I’ve seen some upcoming clips and it’s going to be sooo awesome weird.

I scream, You scream, We all scream for Coffee Maker made Lingonberry Ice-cream!

Usually I’m not that fond of lingonberries, except together with meatballs. Now that’s a perfect match! But I never eat lingon in or with much else.

Until now! Lingonberry ice-cream is delicious!

Unfortunately I couldn’t get hold of any fresh lingonberries. Otherwise I would have coffee maker cooked my own lingonberry jam as well.

cooking with your coffee maker

Time

6 hours

Ingredients

  • 2,5 dl cream
  • 2-3 egg yolks (the yolks I had was pretty small so I used 3)
  • 3/4 dl sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla sugar
  • 1-1,5 dl lingonberries (not sure of this word but I used “preserved raw” ones or “rårörda” like we say in Sweden)
  • A couple of meringues
  • Basil leaves (well that was the only green “piff” I had so I used that)

Instructions

Start your coffee maker. Pour cream in the coffee maker can and heat it for almost an hour, it must get really warm. Give it a good whip every now and then, you know how easily cream burn.

Meanwhile mix eggs, sugar and vanilla together so it get’s fluffy. Pour the egg fluff with the warm cream in the can and put it back on the heater. Now this mixture shall coffee maker cook for a while until it thickens a bit, about 45 minutes. Don’t forget to stir. Turn off your coffee maker.

Before you add lingonberries and meringues just let it cool for a while. Thereafter add lingonberries and meringues into the mixture and pour the ice-cream into forms. Place them in your freezer, stir every 30 minutes, until they get a nice ice-creamy consistency.

Eat and enjoy!

cooking with your coffee maker

The cream is cooking in the coffee maker can.

 

cooking with your coffee maker

This is how you cook lingonberry ice-cream with your coffee maker!

cooking with your coffee maker

Coffee maker chef’s little helper. Or probably more like coffee maker chef’s little “stjälper” (Swedish word for not helping).

cooking with your coffee maker

A nice place to cook and chill.

cooking with your coffee maker

Didn’t find baby meringues, but this worked just fine.

cooking with your coffee maker

Can you see what’s standing next to the coffee maker made ice-cream? An ice-cream machine, ha!

cooking with your coffee maker

Eat it before it melts too much! (You probably won’t have that problem if you mustn’t wait for the photoshoot of the coffee maker made lingonberry ice-cream presentation.) Yummie!

how to cook food with your coffee maker

I get many questions about if it’s tricky to clean up after cooking. Answer: Not at all.

Photo: Dan Sörensen.