I’ve wanted to make rhubarb ice cream for a long time, but my ice cream freezer is very old, and I am never sure if I can trust it to hang in there until the end. When I found a recipe I could make without churning; I wasted no time making my first batch!
Rhubarb is an all-or-nothing crop. It is one of the first things to push up from the ground in the spring. For a while, it grows like mad, and it seems there will be no end in sight! During this stage, it is important to remove any seed heads promptly so the plant will direct its energy to produce new stalks and leaves.
If you keep pulling rhubarb, it will keep producing; if you have too much, it’s very easy to freeze rhubarb! You can use it just like fresh and enjoy tasty rhubarb recipes all winter long! Great news! You can use fresh or frozen rhubarb for this no-churn ice cream!
Delicious No-Churn Rhubarb Ice Cream