YayLabs! SoftShell Ice Cream Ball
About this deal
Talk about a dessert with identity issues! Is it yogurt? Is it ice cream? Who cares? It’s delicious. Using the Yaylabs ball means less time waiting and more time enjoying. Ingredients: Cold, delicious ice cream on a hot summer day—there’s nothing better. Think classic vanilla bean with rainbow sprinkles, butter pecan loaded up with nuts, chocolate soft serve—oh sorry, can you see us drooling? Whichever flavor hits all the spots for you, ice cream is always the answer when temps are soaring. There are sweet sorbets and herb or vegetable-based sorbets. Savory sorbets are usually served as a first course or a palate refresher in between courses. Sweet sorbets, on the other hand, are typically served as dessert.
In a food mixer, pour in the yogurt and add in the sugar. Then blend for a couple of seconds to get a smooth creamy texture. Freeze the ice cream balls before serving. They’ll be a little melted from scooping and rolling, so give them at least 30 minutes to an hour to firm up again.
Sugar: Sugar is a main ingredient in sorbet, and it is responsible for sweetening the dessert and providing a creamy texture. The amount of sugar in a sorbet recipe really depends on the type of fruit you use. For example, lemon juice will require more added sugar than strawberries. Each ice cream machine churns a little differently, so make sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions for the best outcome.
In a food mixer, pour in the heavy whipped cream and add salt to it. Then add in the sugar and vanilla extract to get the sweet vanilla flavor.Or, to ensure the balls are evenly sized, cut the ice cream into four equal slices, then cut the slices again into four.