We all love Ice Cream! There are plenty of flavors here in Chile. Everyday more flavors are being created since the competence turns bigger, even ones with no common names like Sky, Princess' dreams, Condensed Milk, or Bride's veil! All delicious I have to say but too high in fat and calories... Then I watched on TV a homemade version of ice cream which I made better in order to make it lower in fat and calories, and thus to allow us to have more that one portion if we want.


  • 200 gr. Blueberry*

  • 200 gr. Diet or Non-sugar Plum Jam (Blueberry Jam is also OK)*

  • 1 cup of low fat plain yogurt (or 200 gr. of light cream cheese)

  • 200 gr. of cold whipping cream

  • 2 large eggs (just the whites)

  • Sugar**

  • Water

  • * You can use any other available berry, boiled nectarines, peaches or apricot with it respective jam or marmalade, or you can mix a fruit with a different flavor of Jam

  • ** There is a low calories version of Sugar and a non calories Sugar here in Chile. They taste the same and are not very expensive. Refined Sugarcane is also OK.


  • 1.

    Mix the plum jam with the plain yogurt. Then add the blueberries previously smashed with a fork. Then whip the cream. In a pot put half cup of water to boil and add 3 tablespoon of sugar. Make a syrup until thick. Making a syrup is a full time job! Whisk the egg whites until stiff and carefully add the still warm syrup without stopping whisking. When all the mixes are ready put them all together but donĀ“t mix them just integrate them. Once it is done, drain the mix into a recipient and take to the freezer up to 6 hours (probably 4 or 5 are Ok depending on the freezer). Then try it! Enjoy it!


Don`t smash the fruit so much it would be great to have so little big pieces of blueberry while enjoying the ice cream.
For making a stiffer whisked eggs add a very little salt and 1 or 2 drop of white vinegar.

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Posted by HekkauReport
I am amking it as a Christmas dessert! I will make a blueberry and a strwberry one! Yummy!