It's Ice Age: Strawberry Cheesecake Popsicles (Strawberry Cheesecake Popsicles)

Today I just thought about an English title.
Because strawberry cheesecake popsicles sounds a lot nicer than "strawberry cheesecake ice cream on a stick", right?
In any case, urgently needed a fresh-fruity-delicious ice cream on a stick.
It's kind of currently warm and there is this wonderful American ice cream form * around with me. The strawberries are ripe and sweet and waiting for the ice cream machine and preparing an ice cream is currently not up for debate.
Ice cream on a stick goes ratz-fatz. It is at least super fast prepared. And if you do that on Friday after work, you have the ice cream for the whole weekend. Clever, right?
That cream cheese ice cream is something very wonderful, I have ever proven with the cheesecake ice cream to Lebovitz.
Now hop freshly plucked fresh strawberries with and through the practical size and the wooden stems has The idea for the recipe comes from here: Strawberry Cheesecake Popsicles and I Heart California Strawberries.

Who has no such ice form, Of course, it can also be used on empty yoghurt cups, ice makers or similar. To fall back on. But these professional popsicles look pretty ...
Wooden sticks can be found either in stores or online, for example, at Amazon *.
The ice cream is really lightning fast, preferably in a food processor, blender or other blender , But a blender and a high jar certainly serve their purpose.
I like to use Bruce, my Thermomix. Just throw everything quickly into a pot, mix briefly and everything is ready - little effort, little washing up, perfect!
Here now flugs the simple, but incredibly delicious recipe that I'm still on Sunday sweetened!

Strawberry Cheesecake Popsicles

depending on the size of the mold for about 6-8 pieces

250 g double cream cheese
75 g sour cream
90 g powdered sugar
75 ml whole milk
about 100-150 g fresh sprinkled strawberries without green

Cream cheese, sour cream, powdered sugar and milk in a food processor, blender or Blender and mix briefly until everything is thoroughly mixed (alternatively in a high mixing bowl and short with the puree creamy mixture.) Then simply add the strawberries to the mixture and mix until the desired consistency is achieved. I wanted to have a few more bits in it and therefore did not stir too long.
Distribute the mixture evenly onto cold rinsed dishes.
Place the molds in the freezer and allow to freeze for 1 hour, then insert the wooden handles into the ice cream and Allow the ice to freeze completely for another 4-5 hours.
To simply release the ice from the mold, just let some hot water flow along the sides of the mold - the ice will slip out of the mold.

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