Clare de Boer's Strawberry & Sesame Swirl Soft Serve

Clare de Boer's Strawberry & Sesame Swirl Soft Serve

This recipe is inspired by Clare de Boer of King in NYC. It's a fun, easy way to make your own soft serve at home with no ice cream machine. Lately we've been loving making with our Pistachio Halva; the pink and green make for a show stopping dessert! Watch us make it here

INGREDIENTS
10 oz frozen strawberries (about 2 cups)
½ c Greek yogurt or labne 
2 tbsp heavy cream
2 tbsp Seed + Mill Organic Tahini
4 tsp confectioners' sugar
¼ Seed + Mill Halva, any flavor would be delicious 

STEPS

  1. Place all ingredients but the halva in a blender and blend until smooth.
  2. Crumble halva on top and stir to incorporate throughout. Serve in a chilled glass with an extra crumble of halva and enjoy! 

Serves 2

 






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