Hooghoudt Hard Seltzer Ice cream
Summer is here! And of course, the best ice creams are a big part of it. Hard seltzers are it's summer's hit because they are wonderfully fresh and super low in calories, but did you know that you can also make delicious ice creams with them? And it's super simple to do too. Look below for the variations you can make with the Hooghoudt Hard Seltzers.
Mango & Chili popsicle
A naturally sweet mango ice cream with a nice chili twist. Pure nature with a dash of Hooghoudt RAW Jenever/Holland Gin.
You will need:
- Hooghoudt Hard Seltzer Mango & Chili
- Popsicle mold
- Pieces of Mango
How to make this ice cream:
Cut the mango into small pieces until you can fit them in the popsicle mold. Open the Hard Seltzer can and pour in the liquid until the mold is filled. Put it in the freezer and wait at least 5 hours. Remove the mold and carefully remove the ice cream from the mold. Now you have a super refreshing low-calorie ice cream. Also, nice to share with friends after a barbecue.
Tip: if you want less bubbles in your ice cream, it is better to leave it for a while so that there is less carbon dioxide in the drink.
Watermelon & Mint Popsicle
Hooghoudt Hard Selzter with some fresh watermelon and mint. Great for parties, by the pool or at picnic. An ice cream with a recognizable taste for people who know what they want.
You will need:
- Hooghoudt Hard Seltzer Watermelon & Mint
- Popsicle mold
- Fresh mint
How to make the ice cream:
Pick a few small leaves from your fresh mint and place it in the popsicle mold. Cut the watermelon into pieces that fit in the mold. Open the Hard Seltzer can and pour in the liquid until the mold is filled. Put it in the freezer and wait at least 5 hours. Remove the mold and carefully remove the ice cream. Make sure to check beforehand to see if it's already hard. Otherwise, leave it for a few more hours. Then take out the ice cream and enjoy!
Strawberry & Basil popsicle
Outspoken, profoundly and completely natural. This ice cream has a strong Holland Gin / RAW Genever base in the Hard Seltzer and you can taste that. Made with fresh strawberries and basil it gives a hint of rose water. In short, amazingly refreshing with a distinct taste. A wonderful variation for those that don't find the Hard Seltzer taste strong enough.
you will need:
- Hooghoudt Hard Seltzer Strawberry & Basil
- popsicle shape
- Fresh strawberries
This is how you make the ice cream:
Cut the fresh strawberries into small pieces or cut them in half into thin slices for a nice effect. Place this in the popsicle mold with enough space for the Hard Seltzer. Pour the Hard Seltzer into the mold and fill it to the brim. For the best effect, it is best to leave this for a while so that the carbon dioxide goes out. Then place it in the freezer for at least 5 hours. When taking it out, check if it is completely frozen. When it is completely ready, it can be taken out and you not only have an ice cream that tastes delicious, but also looks great!