Ice cream and sorbet are the perfect culinary alternatives of desserts and also have numerous nutritional benefits.
Ice cream and sorbet are very popular in Europe and those are growing at a fast pace throughout North America; these delicious dessert of Italian origin are no longer considered a “temptation”, but rather a preferred dish, eliminating the frustration and monotony of some low calorie diets. With less fat than “ice cream” and infused with spices, herbs and flowers or many other fashionable ingredients, ice cream and sorbet combine healthy properties with artisan flavors.
For all the desserts, presentation is the key. These frozen flavour can be dug, placed in layers of a cake, served soft or even savored on a stick. It is made in the traditional way, with fresh and genuine ingredients, such as whole milk and cream (ice cream), fruit and fruit juices (sorbet), these products also leave room for personalization and adaptation on various diets. Without milk, sugar-free, low-calorie, vegan or following the parameters Kosher, or even gluten-free, can be created for all tastes and needs.
Creamy or refreshing, ice cream and sorbet were a very strong trend in 2015. They can be found at a street vendors such as ice cream sandwiches (an on-the-go solution), in restaurants such as drowned (a combination of coffee and ice cream) or as a frosted dessert. In coffee, they can be served mixed in a smoothie or milkshake, while they can be served soft on the classic cones, even in specialized ice cream parlors. With a growing number of flavors available is increasingly intriguing – from amaretto to mango – children and adults can always throw on semifreddi … without even see before!