Recipe Directions

Make sure your icecream maker bowl is sufficiently frozen. It will most likely need to have been in the freezer 18-22 hours.

Blend all ingredients in a high speed blender until smooth and creamy.

Pour the mixture into your icecream maker immediately and process according your your machines instructions.

Note: If you don’t have an icecream maker you can pour the mixture into a bowl and place it in the freezer. Then whisk with a fork every 30 minutes. Or you can freeze the mixture in icecube trays and once frozen, blend in a food processor.

Kellymyra's Thoughts

This recipe combines two iconic New Zealand ingredients. Feijoas and Manuka Honey. Feijoas, also known as the pineapple guava, are in abundance at this time of year and are one of my all time favourite fruits. This icecream has a delicate clean flavour, a slight sweetness and it’s not too rich or heavy. Very cleansing on the palette. You could play around with the quantities to make it sweeter or substitue the honey for agave if you prefer.

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Manuka honey from Shop NZ can help heal a wide range of conditions from infections to stomach ulcers.

The honey making process is enriched by the pollution free environment of New Zealand

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It's sort of hard to say what else they taste like, not really like any one thing, they are kind of zingy with a pear-like texture with a jellyish centre. I guess a bit of a tart tropical combo flavour. I'm sorry, it's true, you are definitely missing out.

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I have never seen Feijoas in England. Do they taste like pineapple or guava? I feel like I'm missing out.

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