• Berries,Thyme and Chevre Popsicle

    by  • August 23 • Ice Cream • 5 Comments


     You’re hot, right?? And you’ve had enough of the classic ice cream??

    Then it’s time to try something really special.

    popsicle cu branza de capra si fructe


    •      250 ml. Milk
    •      100-120 gr. Honey (I used thyme honey , brought from Crete, Greece)
    •      2-3 Sprigs Thyme
    •      100 gr. Goat Cheese
    •      150 gr. Blackberries, Blueberries and Blackcurrants
    •      120 gr. Brown Sugar
    •      2 tablespoons Bourbon


    In a small saucepan put the fruits and lightly mash them. Add brown sugar on top.

    Warm the mixture over a medium-high heat and allow about 10 minutes until sugar melts and begins to turn into jam. Remove from heat, add the bourbon, stir and allow to cool (do not exaggerate with alcohol, if there is too much it’s never gonna freeze).

    In another saucepan warm the milk (not boil) toghether with the sprigs of thyme. Leave them on springs because in the end they’ll be removed.

    In the warm milk add the honey and stir until combined. Set pan aside.

    In another saucepan, and this is the last, put the goat cheese. Add the warm milk little by little, stirring with a whisk. You’ll notice that the cheese will melt in the milk and you’ll finally get a thin cream.

    Prepare forms and pour the cream mixture and fruits in layers. Add the popsicle sticks and freeze overnight.


    To be able to taste this extraordinary delicacy you need to put the molds under running hot water about 20 seconds, then tap the corner of the table.

    popsicle cu branza

    You have NO excuse not to make popsicles !!!

    popsicle cu branza de capra


    popsicle cu cimbru

    Source: Cooking Stoned


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    5 Responses to Berries,Thyme and Chevre Popsicle

    1. 23.08.2013 at 09:08


    2. 25.08.2013 at 09:08

      Waouh! Your pictures look amazing! And so your ice creams look delicious as well!

      • Alex
        25.08.2013 at 10:08

        Natacha, thank you very much for you nice comment! I’m happy you liked my popsicles :)

    3. Lena
      29.08.2013 at 10:08

      Great recipe, I was absolutely sceptical about using goat cheese in ice cream, but in combination with honey and blackberries: amazing! Thank you for sharing.
      And, in my view, the extra plus is: they look sooo good!

      • 30.08.2013 at 03:08

        Lena, thanks so much for the kind comment:))))
        I was sceptical about the goat cheese also, but the results … just delicious !!!

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