Another Caribbean favorite, especially in Trinidad & Tobago. Soursop (guanábana) ice cream has an unexplainable creaminess to it that you must experience to understand. Even those who may not fancy soursop should try this ice cream since the flavors mix so well. I found that it’s a delicate, creamy goodness rather than an overpowering soursop flavor….
Papaya has a very strong flavor that I have always found to mix well with milk so if you are one to enjoy a tropical papaya smoothie, then I think you will definitely enjoy the rich, creamy and distinctly tropical flavor of this ice cream.
How lucky am I to have my favorite mango tree in my yard!!! “Julie” mango is like heaven to me especially when is just starting to ripe. I saw mango blossoms on the tree yesterday and although I know there won’t be any mangoes for a while, I can’t help but keep checking the tree….
This recipe was my attempt to bring back a taste from my childhood. I remember always having those little cups with half orange and half vanilla ice cream. I can’t remember which brand it was and I haven’t seen it in a long while. So, I decided to make an attempt at recreating that refreshing orange flavor.
What is island life without coconut flavors? This classic Caribbean ice cream is bursting with natural coconut flavor while maintaining the rich, creamy consistency of a custard base ice cream.
Ice Cream and alcohol in a single bite, what’s not to love.