While most people prefer sweet ice cream flavors my husband loves tart or sour. That’s why this year for Father’s Day I made him this Sour Cherry Vanilla Ice Cream. You still get the benefits of a sweet creamy vanilla bean ice cream until you bite into a frozen sour cherry. Just the right balance for everyone.
I served my Sour Cherry Vanilla Ice Cream in some retro metal jello molds I found at the thrift store. The metal keeps the ice cream nice and cold longer than most containers.
My favorite pie is sour cherry pie…how fantastic this ice cream would be with it! Thanks, Sheryl, for sharing!
OH we just picked and canned a bunch of sour cherries at my moms. I’ll have to suggest this to her next time we head over there.
We adore tart cherries at my house!! What a delicious ice cream and a great way to use those retro jell-o molds 😉
Firstly, I absolutely love these photos. So very clever use for bowls. I’m a cherry fanatic and just bought myself an ice cream machine. This was meant to be made in my kitchen. 😀
I love, love, LOVE thos retro jello molds, Sheryl!!! What a great find! Now that cerries are in season, I need to try this!
*those – oops!!
and cherries … sheesh. Is it too late for more coffee?! gah!!!!
Sheryl, I absolutely love your molds, too and this recipe sounds perfect! Seriously, I need to get my ice cream maker out of the box and make this, soon! Thanks so much for sharing – pinning and sharing! Have a great Tuesday!
This looks absolutely delicious! And cherries are on sale now 🙂