Tangerine Vanilla Cream Sherbet


Tangy citrus with vanilla cream is a summertime classic! Reminiscent of an all time favorite, The Creamsicle Bar.  ~Amy

Tangy citrus with vanilla cream is a summertime classic! Reminiscent of an all time favorite, The Creamsicle Bar.
~Amy

Tangerine Vanilla Ice Cream

2 cups Simply Orange with Tangerine juice
2 cups half and half
1/2 cup sugar
1 tsp vanilla
1 orange
Zest from 1 tangerine or seedless orange

Zest orange. Set aside.

Slice orange in half. Cut peel off of sides and remove path from the center. Place into blender or small food processor. Add sugar, zest and 1tbsp of the juice, pulse to process.

In a medium sized bowl, whisk together half and half, juice, orange purée and vanilla.

Pour into ice cream container and freeze according to manufacturers instructions.

Makes about 1 1/2 quarts

Recipe by Amy Richardson

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3 thoughts on “Tangerine Vanilla Cream Sherbet

  1. Hi, Amy! I loved your fun segment on fresh homemade ice cream flavors for summer and can’t wait to try them!! I heard where you purchased the supplies from, but not sure on the sizes (oz) of the ice cream containers and paper cups for individual servings. can you help me? Thanks! 😉

    • Hi Dana!
      The containers are 32 oz. Standard Resturaunt Supply carries a large assortment of them, ranging in all sizes.
      The serving cups are made by Solo and were purchased at Orson Gygi.
      They are the 5 1/2 oz size. They also have a large assortment of sizes.
      I am so glad you liked the segment!!!
      Good luck on your own ice cream fun!
      Happy Summer!
      ~Amy

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