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Mulberry trees are traditionally grown in Asia and North America. They carry colourful berries – most commonly black, white and red. They are often made into wine, juice, tea, jam. They can be eaten as a snack.

Mulberries are rich in many vitamins and minerals and particularly vitamin C and Iron. The fruit is sweet with a hint of sourness.

When I saw these yummy berries, I fell in love with the beautiful colour and made ice cream. It instantly became a hit.

Preparation Time: 5 minutes

Freeze Time: 6-12 hours

Makes : 500 grams

Ingredients:

Mulberries : 250 grams

Fresh Cream : 1 cup

Sugar : 1 cup

Milk powder : 1 cup

Method:

Wash and blend the mulberries.

Add all the ingredients in a blender and blend. (Blendtec takes 45 seconds). If you are using a regular blender, blend until the mixture is smooth. If you have a churner, pour the ice cream into it and put it in the freezer.

Pour the ice cream in containers, add the pulp and mix. Freeze it for 6 hours or overnight.

**If you don’t have an ice cream machine, take the ice cream out of the freezer 3 hours to break sown ice crystals, whisk and return to the freezer until frozen.