Juli 05, 2010

Summertime=Ice-time...


summertime=ice-time

Ihr Lieben, ihr glaubt nicht, wie sehr ich mich über eure Kommentare zu unserem letzten Post gefreut habe. Irgendwie hat uns das Sommerloch im Griff und ich habe letzte Woche so viele andere Dinge erledigen müssen, so das ich gar nicht zum Schreiben kam. Ich hoffe, ich finde diese Woche wieder den Drive dazu...aber manchmal gibt es einfach so Zeiten, in denen der Kopf so voll ist und man sich einfach lieber eine Auszeit nehmen muss um dann wieder frisch und frei zu starten, oder? Wie war denn euer Wochenende? Hier in Süddeutschland genießen wir gerade den Sommer in vollen Zügen. Ich hoffe, dass das die nächsten Wochen auch noch so bleibt. Und was wäre ein Sommer ohne dieses "wunderbare schmelzende Kühle", das wir uns alle immer wieder gerne auf der Zunge zergehen lassen...Sommerzeit ist Eis-Zeit, oder? Und da ich am Wochenende in der Sonderausgabe "Mahlzeit, Kinder!" von Living at home zwei ganz schnelle und leckere Eis-Ideen für süsse große und kleine Schleckermäuler gefunden habe, wollte ich euch diese bei diesen tropischen Temperaturen natürlich nicht vorenthalten...viel Spass beim nachzaubern und einen kühlen Start in die neue Woche... 


Eiscreme-Sandwiches
für 12 Stück

400 ml Eisscreme (3 verschied-
ene Sorten)
24 Butterkekse


Eis in keksgroße Scheiben schneiden,
schichten und zwischen 2 Butterkekse legen.
Die Sandwiches für 15 Minuten ins Eisfach legen,
damit sie schön knusprig bleiben.



Johannisbeereis
für 12 Stück

500g schwarze Johannisbeeren
80 g Zucker
250 g Vanillejoghurt
12 Stieleisformen


Johannisbeeren waschen und mit dem
Zucker und 75 ml Wasser ca. 2 min
dünsten. Dann durch ein Sieb strei-
chen und abkühlen lassen.
Vanillejoghurt und Fruchtpüree verrühren,sodass
ein Marmormuster entsteht.
Eis in die Stieleisformen füllen und etwa 
8 Stunden gefrieren lassen.



Hello friends, you would not believe how much I've loved your comments to our last post. Somehow we have the summer hole in the handle and I had to do last week so many other things, so I did not come to write.I hope I find the drive again this week ... but sometimes there are simply times in which the head is so full and you simply prefer to take a break and then must start fresh and free, right? How was your weekend? Here in Southern Germany we are enjoying the summer in full. I hope that the next few weeks is still so ...And what would a summer without this "wonderful melting coolness"  which we always melt on our tongue ... Summertime is ice-time, right? And as I have found at the weekend in the special issue "Mahlzeit, Kinder!" by Living at Home two very quick and delicious ice-cream ideas for large and small sweet tooth, I would not deprive them at these tropical temperatures ...Have fun and a cool start to the new week ...



Icecream Sandwiches
for 12 pieces

400 ml icecream ( 3 different varieties)
24 butter biscuits


 Cut the icecream into slices  and put them between two butter cookies.The sandwiches must be less than 
15 minutes into the freezer,so they stay nice and crisp.



Blackcurrant icecream
for 12 pieces

500g blackcurrants80g sugar250g vanilla yogurt
 12 ice molds


Wash the currants and stew them with thesugar and 75 ml of water for about 2 min.
Then strain through a sieve
and let it cool.
Stir the vanilla yogurt and the fruit puree,
so a marble pattern results.   
 Fill the icecream in the ice molds
and let it freeze for about 8 hours.


These quantities are also given in the English translation in g / ml ... For the translation into the american measurement system mabye look here...sorry, but too complicated for us...;)...



(image by frauheuberg 2010 / recipes by Living at Home)




 










Kommentare:

  1. well, Ines, as I can see in the pic, your daughter is a true icecream lover;-)
    ps. thanks for a warm welcoming comment chez moi

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  2. Summer time is always such a wonderful time!! These Eiscreme-Sandwiches look sooo YUMMIE!! Thank you so much for sharing the recipe with us! have a lovely merry happy day and love to you!

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  3. This recipe looks far too delicious! My dad always puts berries and stuff on his ice cream, must be a German thing, lol!

    Hope you are enjoying the beautiful weather. Last summer when we were in Heidelberg it was a sweltering 30+ degree and exceptionally humid. I LOVED it!!

    Thank you also for all of your comments, my sweet friend :)

    xox Diana

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  4. Delicious looking, Ines! I will have to try these. It's very warm here this week so they will be perfect. Thank you for your visit and have a lovely week! xo – g

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  5. so the German football team lost tonight but their defence impressed me a lot! I hope you're not in tears, my friend!

    ps. sorry, the comment is not related to the post...

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  6. Ines, I've been offline for a little while, but am enjoying catching up on your blog! Loving your photography & so good to hear what's happening in your part of the world -you always add sunshine! Hope all is well. This would be wonderful this week - it's been SO HOT in New York!!!

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  7. YuMMy! Although it's winter here, I'm definitely going give these decadent sandwiches' a go when summer comes again! Hope you are well + having a lovely Sunday afternoon... xJ

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