Ooooh boy, if you’re reading this article, I can already guess that you’re an ice cream lover!
So much so that you’re curious if there are any tasty flavors out there that start with the letter “O”.
While it might not be the most common letter to start a flavor name, we can promise you that there are!
One classic flavor is orange sherbet, which is made with frozen orange juice concentrate and dairy create a light and creamy taste. Another popular choice is Oreo, which combines chunks of the classic cookie with rich and creamy vanilla ice cream.
But that’s just the beginning of our journey together!
So sit back, relax, and get ready to explore some of the best ice cream flavors that start with O!
Classic “O” Ice Cream Flavors
Orange Sherbet Ice Cream
Attention all dessert fanatics! Get ready to have your taste buds tantalized with Small Town Woman’s Orange Sherbet recipe! This creamy and citrusy dessert is an absolute must-try, boasting a velvety texture and refreshing taste that’s perfect for any warm weather cravings.
To make this creamy and tangy sherbet, simply whisk together the orange juice, sugar, orange zest, salt, and vanilla extract in a bowl. Then add in the milk and cream, and pour the mixture into the ice cream maker. Let it churn until it’s between the consistency of a milkshake and soft serve. Finally, spoon it into a freezer safe container, cover it with plastic wrap or wax paper, and let it freeze overnight.
And the best part? This recipe can be easily modified to make lime, lemon, or grapefruit sherbet. So, whether you’re hosting a backyard BBQ, a picnic, or just a casual gathering with friends and family, Small Town Woman’s Orange Sherbet is the perfect dessert to satisfy all of your sweet and tangy cravings.
Old-Fashioned Vanilla Ice Cream
Are you ready for a blast from the past?
Add a Pinch’s Old-Fashioned Vanilla Ice Cream recipe is the perfect way to satisfy your sweet tooth with a classic dessert. This recipe takes simple ingredients like cream, sugar, and vanilla extract to create a creamy and indulgent treat that pairs well with any dessert or topping.
The recipe itself is a custard base, made with egg yolks, sugar, whole milk, heavy cream, and vanilla bean paste or extract. It’s a step up from your average store-bought ice cream and even better than the best ice cream parlor ice cream. After mixing up the custard base, make sure to chill it before adding it to an ice cream maker.
The result is a rich and creamy texture that will have you savoring each bite. And with the recipe making one quart of ice cream, it’s perfect for sharing or keeping all to yourself.
Orange Creamsicle Ice Cream
If you’re on the hunt for a flavor that will cool you down in a snap, then you gotta try orange creamsicle! This frozen treat is the perfect combination of tangy orange and rich cream, making it a refreshing delight for any hot summer day.
Homemade Orange Creamsicle Ice Cream takes this flavor to a whole new level. The sweet orange flavors will have you savoring every spoonful, and coming back for more.
To make this scrumptious ice cream, you’ll need to zest and juice some oranges, and add them to a cream mixture. Heat the mixture until it’s just warm, chill for a couple of hours, or freeze for a quick 20-25 minutes.
Then churn in an ice cream maker until it reaches a soft serve consistency, and either serve immediately or store in an airtight container in the freezer for later.
Get ready for a flavor that’s as bright as a summer day!
Oreo Ice Cream
Oreo ice cream – the lovechild of vanilla ice cream and Oreo cookies. If you’re a fan of this classic flavor, A Food Lover’s Kitchen has the perfect recipe to satisfy your cravings with a homemade twist.
This Oreo cookie ice cream recipe is a delightful combination of creamy vanilla ice cream and crumbly Oreo cookies.
To create this masterpiece, you’ll need an ice cream maker and some essential ingredients like heavy cream, whole milk, egg yolks, sugar, vanilla extract, and salt.
Start by heating the milk mixture in a saucepan over medium heat, then temper the egg mixture and add it to the saucepan.
Next, heat until it thickens and chill it in the refrigerator for two hours. Add the cream and vanilla, churn the mixture in the ice cream maker, and then mix in the Oreo cookies after about five minutes.
Finally, store your delectable creation in the freezer, where it can stay for up to a month!
|Ice Cream Flavor
|Small Town Woman
|Fresh orange juice, orange zest, vanilla extract, milk, and cream
|Can be modified to make lime, lemon, or grapefruit sherbet
|Add a Pinch
|Cream, sugar, vanilla extract, egg yolks, whole milk, and heavy cream
|Custard base, better than store-bought ice cream
|Recipe to Nourish
|Orange zest, orange juice, coconut milk, honey, and vanilla extract
|Refreshing tangy orange and creamy coconut flavor
|A Food Lover’s Kitchen
|Heavy cream, whole milk, egg yolks, sugar, vanilla extract, salt, and Oreo cookies
|Creamy vanilla ice cream with chunks of Oreo cookies
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