Sweet Corn Ice Cream

Sweet Corn Ice Cream is one of the popular ice cream flavours in the Philippines, its is a made creamed corn and sweet corn in a vanilla ice cream base.


I had posted several uniquely flavoured Filipino ice creams in the past like the cheese ice cream and purple yam but it does not stop there as there are a lot of unusual flavours that we can use like this sweet corn ice cream. I know for most corn does not equate to something sweet but rather used in a savoury meal but in South East Asia this is widely used in desserts and one of its popular use is in ice creams. Back in the Philippines and Malaysia (that’s why I categorized it like such) this is one of the popular flavours and you will not understand until you had tried them. It is out of this world but in a good way so if you haven’t tired this flavour yet I suggest you make them at home and see what you are missing.

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Sweet Corn Ice Cream

  • Author: Raymund
  • Prep Time: 45 mins
  • Total Time: 45 mins
  • Yield: 8 1x
  • Category: Dessert
  • Cuisine: Filipino

Description

Sweet Corn Ice Cream is one of the popular ice cream flavours in the Philippines, its is a made creamed corn and sweet corn in a vanilla ice cream base.


Ingredients

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  • 2 cups cream
  • 1 1/2 cup milk
  • 1 1/4 cups sugar
  • 1 can 400g creamed corn
  • 4 eggs yolks, lightly beaten

Instructions

  1. In a sauce pan combine cream, milk, creamed corn and sugar. Heat slowly while continuously mixing until it reaches nearly boiling point (do not boil) and sugar is completely dissolved
  2. Place egg yolks in a mixing bowl then slowly pour around a cup of the heated cream mixture while whisking.
  3. Pour egg mixture to the sauce pan then continue to heat while continuously mixing. Dip a tablespoon and see if liquid sticks to the back side, if it does then you can now turn the heat off.
  4. Place in a heat proof container and let it cool down, once cooled down place in the fridge for at least four hours.
  5. Prepare your ice cream maker and pour the cream mixture. Churn according to ice cream manufacturer’s instruction. Mine took 30-35 minutes.
  6. You can now eat the ice cream at this stage, but if you prefer a firm ice cream freeze for at least 6 hours.

 


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21 Responses

  1. pinksocks says:

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    Cheers,
    Pinksocks

  2. I loooove corn, so this ice cream has always been calling my name!!

  3. cquek says:

    oh yes i love corn icecream. normally i love corn and vanilla.

  4. Chelsweets says:

    I love this idea! Now I just need to buy an ice cream maker 😀

  5. Juliana says:

    Yes, I used to eat a lot of sweet corn ice cream when living in Brazil…thank you so much for the recipe…I will sure give this a try…looks delicious Raymund.
    Have a wonderful week ahead 😀

  6. I heard about this sweet corn ice cream many times, but I’ve never tried this! I don’t think I can buy it around here, so I’ll definitely give it a try this year!

  7. Corn and cheese ice cream are my favorites. Can’t find those here in the states.

  8. Michelle says:

    I just know I would love that. You have the best desserts, Raymund.

  9. Oh Yum! I love using corn in desserts. This is right up my alley.

  10. mjskit says:

    I am so making this ice cream!!! There’s a sweet corn pudding my mother use to make so I know I would love, love, love this ice cream! Thank for sharing Raymund!

  11. huntfortheverybest says:

    i love sweet corn ice cream!

  12. Wow! I didn’t know this ice cream was Filipino. I first tried it on a trip down to Mexico a few years ago. Absolutely delicious! Can’t wait to try making it at home 🙂

    • Raymund says:

      Not totally sure if 100% its Filipino but I grew up with it, having said that I also saw this flavour in neighboring countries like Malaysia and Singapore. Hopefully you like this recipe when you try them. Cheers!

  13. Sheila says:

    Hello I am new here. I am just wonderin why didn’t you ise he condensed.milk instead of sugar?

  14. Sheila says:

    Hello! Is ot possible if I leave the apc from cooking and use the apc for the churning part? To make the ice cream more volume. Iwill it double the volume also even if I include it in my Cooking? Thank you fpr your utmost reply. And Good luck to your endeavor.

  15. Sheila says:

    Hello! Is ot possible if I leave the apc from cooking and use the apc for the churning part? To make the ice cream more volume. Iwill it double the volume also even if I include it in my Cooking? Thank you fpr your utmost reply. And Good luck to your endeavor.

  16. Sheila says:

    Thank you for your utmist reply.APC (all purpise cream) I was thinking what if I separate the cream from cooking. When the cooking gets cold
    I will whip the cream and then when it rrached the fullness I will fold the ones I cooked? I have made your rexipe and its absolutely marvelous.

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