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This reminds me of when I used to make a strawberry cashew ice cream with mint. I think I should do that again when I restock on cashews.

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o i actually have no idea, might as well try :)

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Looks yummy, and wow so simple.... I could actually do that right now, do you think macadamia nuts would work instead of cashews?

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Looks yummy, and wow so simple.... I could actually do that right now, do you think macadamia nuts would work instead of cashews?

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Two words...YUM! (ok that's only one word...so...YUM! YUM!)

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oh yea, a pint.

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One more question... when you say a box of strawberries, do you mean a pint of fresh strawberries (the little square basket) or a quart (the big rectangle basket? Thanks!

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no, i don't have an ice cream maker. you can pour it straight from the blender into a bowl and just freeze that for really little (maybe an hr?), if not it gets really hard...didn't have to stir it. ice cream makers seem cool, i kinda want one too

it's creamy :)

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Looks good! Andie, is the texture creamy or more sorbet-like?

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andieOO7 - looks lovely! did you use an ice cream maker? If not, did you have to stir it a few times in the freezer? I was going to buy and ice cream maker this summer but will probably do so next spring/summer.

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ah good idea :), i wanted it to be much darker but no matter how many strawberries i added, it stayed pale

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I bet if we added a dab of beet juice, it would be more red. DH is use to that commercial stuff. Thanks for the recipe!!

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This looks really good. Thanks.

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