Oolong Ice Cream

Healthiest Yummiest Most Delicious Ice Cream

Oolong 乌龙茶 Wūlóngchá Ice Cream!

Nutrition Irene Jones

Hello Everyone,

Today is the second day of Summer, June 21, 2021.

Summer Time! Ice Cream Time!

You may have an Ice Cream Maker to try this

Ice Cream Recipe by Alice Luong.

During this time of the year, many people find enjoyment and relaxation outside.

By the park, museums, city lights to eat and enjoy "Ice Cream" 冰淇淋 Bīngqílín.

We'll I have something extraordinary for you to consider to try.

Oolong Ice Cream and Hibiscus-Lime Popsicles

Oolong Ice Cream and Popsicles

by Alice Luong

Phoenix Mountain in China

She demonstrates this with her Preschooler. If you are a parent and have time one Friday or Weekend to make this fantastic treat with your child, kid, or children. Consider it. It gives you family time, fun time, and enjoyment. Nutrition Irene Jones

Click the Play Button to learn how Oolong Ice Cream

and Hibiscus Flowers Herbal Tisane Tea Popsicles are made.

Oolong 乌龙茶 Wūlóngchá

Health Benefits:

It promotes high Antioxidants, Enhances the Immune System, Helps you to maintain better health. Oolong tea is an everyday tea. It is a tea known for "Aiding weight loss. Oolong tea is one of the most popular Weight-Loss tea, Lowering blood pressure. Researching and Study's "They found that people who drank at least 10 ounces of oolong tea per week had lower risks of having high total cholesterol, triglyceride, and LDL or "bad" cholesterol levels."

Health Benefits of Oolong Tea for Kids Click Here for more information.

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What is Oolong Tea?

Tea Allure The United Kingdom

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My Family: Nutrition Irene Jones

Oolong Tea is something my entire Family enjoys drinking as a Hot Breakfast Tea or Iced Tea with Milk. It is a tea we regularly keep in our Pantry and kitchen countertop to enjoy!

Summer is now here. Many people have something they enjoy in the Summer or make every Summer. Ice Cream may be for you, your Family, or friends you spend time with during the Summer Time. This season has so many fantastic things one can do and enjoy. Planned family vacations begin during the first day of Summer. Summer Time Cooking starts, Cooking Summer Treats and having Summer Time Fun! Alice Luong and her Toddler teach us how to cook with tea. Her Summer Time treat with her Family is Oolong Ice Cream.

Alice Luong

Cooking with Tea: Summer Treats

"We love the complex flavors of natural tea, but hot summer days call for a cooler option. While we always keep a pitcher of cold brew tea in the fridge, we also love to experiment, infusing the fantastic flavors of tea into all our favorite treats. Today, we’re sharing two tried-and-tested recipes for tea-based summer treats.

First, we used our rare Persimmon Blossom oolong tea to flavor this custard-like ice cream base, and paired the creamy result with dried and frozen hachiya persimmons."

Persimmon Blossom Ice Cream Alice Luong

(Adapted from The New York Times’ custard base)

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2 cups heavy cream

1½ cup 1% milk

⅔ sugar

⅛ tsp fine sea salt

7 egg yolks

20g loose leaf oolong tea (We used Persimmon Blossom)

1. Add 20g of tea leaves to 1.5 cup 1% milk and simmer for 15 minutes on very low heat. Turn off the heat and let cool until the milk is room temperature, then place the infusion in the fridge overnight to continue steeping.

2. Strain the milk through a sieve to produce 1 cup of infused milk. (The leaves will soak up approx. ½ cup during the infusion process.)

3. In a small pot, mix heavy cream, milk, sugar and salt. Simmer over low heat and stir until sugar completely dissolves. Remove the pot from heat.

4. In a separate bowl, whisk yolks. Whisking constantly, slowly whisk in about a third of the cream-based mixture, then whisk this combination back into the pot with the cream.

5. Return the pot to medium-low heat and gently cook until mixture thickens enough to coat the back of a spoon (at about 170°F).

6. Strain through a fine-mesh sieve into a bowl. Cool the mixture to room temperature. Cover and chill at least 4 hours or overnight. Mix or blend to add some air, then churn in an ice cream machine according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Serve right away or store in the freezer until needed.

Hibiscus-Lime Popsicles

by Alice Luong


10g hibiscus flowers

2 cups water

Winter Melon Sugar syrup, to taste

3 Australia limes (also called Finger limes or Caviar limes)

1. First, if using our dried Winter Melon Sugar, dissolve the solid block into a pot of water and boil until the liquid has reduced into a syrup.

2. Simmer 10g of hibiscus flowers in two cups of water and add syrup to taste.

3. Let cool, strain through a fine sieve to remove flowers.

4. Halve Australia limes and squeeze the caviar-like pulp into the mixture.

5. Pour into popsicle molds and freeze until solid. Squeeze extra lime over the popsicle when serving to experience the pop of lime in your mouth!

For information on how to make the Hibiscus Flowers Herbal Tisane Tea

Popsicles, Click Here Nutrition Irene Jones

Did you learn how to make Oolong 乌龙茶 Wūlóngchá Ice Cream? How did it come out?

Is it now your favorite ice cream? If you did not know tea is in the ice cream, would you think tea was a part of the ingredient from the "Wei" taste of the ice cream? Would you recommend this Oolong 乌龙茶 Wūlóngchá Ice Cream to someone else to try?

Let us know in the "comment section" at the bottom of this page. Nutrition Irene Jones

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