If you have more savory taste preferences compared to a sweet tooth, this rosemary and goat cheese ice cream is a game-changing dessert. Created by Danguole from the food blog 10th Kitchen, the unusually flavored ice cream is made with bee pollen as well.
Described as "fancy, tangy, herbal with a smattering of nature's sprinkles on top," the rosemary and goat cheese ice cream has an unexpected topping. Eating protein-rich bee pollen is supposed to help with a wide variety of health issues, from allergies to menopause.
To recreate this treat at home, you will need whole milk, fresh goat cheese, softened cream cheese, heavy cream, cornstarch, light corn syrup, sea salt, sugar, rosemary sprigs and bee pollen for sprinkling.
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This Unusual Rosemary and Goat Cheese Ice Cream is a Savory Frozen Treat
- By: Alyson WyersJan 14, 2016