Honey Recipes: Toasted Sesame Honey Ice Cream (via mistress beek)

I got my wife an ice cream maker for Christmas last year, but we haven’t had an opportunity to use it yet. We decided that July 4th weekend was a great time to try it out, and what better flavor to inaugurate the machine than ice cream flavored with the first honey harvest from Large Marge’s hive.

Luckily, Mistress Beek had this recipe on her blog for honey ice cream that really turned out well. We opted to leave out the sesame seeds since my honey is very light, but I agree the pinch of salt makes all the difference. We have a bunch of Texas peaches that we are going to grill tomorrow evening to pair with the ice cream. Toasted hazelnuts or peanuts would also make a fantastic topping as well.

Honey Recipes: Toasted Sesame Honey Ice Cream Lucky beekeepers (and those we love) have more honey stashed away than the modern world knows what to do with. Personally, I keep a collection of high-honey-use recipes like this one to burn up excess honey. Toasted Sesame & Honey Ice Cream Inspired by the flavors of honey halva, I’ve adapted this recipe from David Lebowitz’ basic v … Read More

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3 responses to “Honey Recipes: Toasted Sesame Honey Ice Cream (via mistress beek)

  1. Hey nice! I’m glad you tried and liked the recipe. The grilled peach pairing sounds heavenly — how did it turn out?

    Hope you enjoyed the holiday

  2. The peaches turned out great. We cut the peaches in half and then my wife made a walnut crumble topping. We opted to bake them in the oven instead of grilling because we didn’t think the crumble would survive too well on the grill. The nut crumble paired very nicely with the honey ice cream.

  3. Yummmm… now that’s an excellent combination. Thx for the update.

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