Simple Homemade Ice Cream Recipes – Raspberry Ice Cream

Creamy, sweet and delicious, this simple raspberry ice cream no-churn recipe is a real crowdpleaser.

This is a rather decadent dessert,  packed with sugar and fat, but also with raspberries, one of the healthiest fruits on the planet.

simple raspberry ice cream recipe
Yummy – ready to eat from the freezer

It’s very quick and easy, and the two bowls used can be washed up in a flash.

Simple Quick Raspberry Ice Cream

400g icing sugar

4 eggs, separated

600ml whipping cream

300g frozen raspberries


1. Whisk the egg whites until they are stiff.  then add in 200g of icing sugar and whisk again until glossy.

2. In a separate bowl, whisk the cream and remainly 200g sugar until firm but not too firm.

3. Gently mix the egg whites and cream together and very gently mix in the egg yolks too.

4. Stir in most of the frozen raspberries, and pour into a suitable container. Scatter the last raspberries on the top to decorate.

5. Freeze for 3-4 hours.

6. Eat by the large spoonful.

These amounts make a LOT of ice cream, enough for the six of us over two meals. So if you have a smaller family, you might want to start by trying half these quantities.

I’ve fiddled a bit with a recipe I first read on the excellent website Stone Soup.  I’m a great fan of this website and have bought three of the books, great grub!

If you love ice cream, have a look at this marmalade and mascarpone ice cream recipe. It’s more complicated but well worth the effort.

You might also like this Thermomix Raspberry Ice Cream recipe.

What’s your favourite ice cream flavour?

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  1. says: Johanna

    Oh Seana, I am gazing at my three Ryvitas with vegemite and drooling over this lovely ice cream recipe. I think I shall have to ditch the cardboard for the cream! What a great recipe!

    1. says: Seana

      Hi J, and it’s so simple. I do put in heaps of fruit but it’s still a rate treat. m lucky that kids scoff it. Next I am planning to try it with lemon curd.

    1. says: Seana Smith

      LOL Carolyn, this is a good one. I adapted from a recipe that used Crunchie bars instead of fruit, so you could ALMOST say this is the healthy versions… but not quite!

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