Simple Italian Ice Recipes



A cup of orange, lemon or pineapple juice with 1 and 1/4 cups of sugar already added, a maraschingo cherry for garnishing and 2 cupes of water.


Mix sugar and water first and then use a saucepan to boil them. Make sure that you continually stir the mixture until you don't see any crystals of sugar anymore. Once sugar is completely dissolved, let it cool. Get the juice that you have prepared and then add it in the mixture gradually. After that, transfer it in a container then pop it in the freezer. Wait for about 4 hours. Make sure that you check it regularly and try stirring it until you see that it is completely frozen. Once it is frozen, you are now ready to serve the treat.

Making Fruit Juice

What you will need:

2 cups of any type of sugar, 2 cups of your favorite juice and 4 cups of distilled water or tap water.


Using a saucepan, mix 4 cups of water and sugar. Let it boil and make sure that you stir it constantly until sugar crystals are no longer visible. Wait for about 5 minutes and then let it cool. After that, you can now add your favorite juice in the mixture and then put it in a container and pop it in the freezer. Stir occasionally until frozen completely. Serve.

Fruit Punch


1 bottle of fruit punch (best if chilled), 3-5 Italian Ice (of any flavor you love), 1 bottle of sprite or 7-up soft drink


Mix the fruit punch and the sprite or 7up in a container. Then let the Italian Ice float on top and serve.


What you will need:

1 pint of clean water, 3 large of ripe lemons, about 1/2 teaspoon of lemon peel grated, and about 3/4 pound of granulated sugar


Mix water, sugar and lemon peel in a saucepan and boil them together. Simmer uncovered for about ten minutes. Then, remove from heat and let it cool. Squeeze the lemons and remove the seeds if there are any. Add the lemon juice to the cooled syrup. Add sugar if there is any need to. To neutralize the level of acidity in the food, water can be added. Put in freezer while stirring it occasionally to make it fluffy.

Many Italian desserts accent figs, brandied cherries, such as in certain cassata recipes and peaches in a delicate liqueur.

Tiramisu, which is interpreted to mean, "Pick Me Up", is traditionally a mid-morning Italian dessert. Italians generally partake of espresso and a light dessert cookie such as biscotti, a twice-baked cookie made from a sticky dough, rolled into log-shapes for the first baking. Then, sliced and baked through a second time till golden. Amaretti are almond flavored cookies similar to sugar cookies in size and shape.

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