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That being said, the definition of ice cream is often much more narrow in technical use. In fact, according to US law, in order for a food to be considered ice cream in the US it must contain at least 10 percent milk fat. The legal definition also touches on the inclusion of flavoring ingredients like sugar or artificial sweeteners and optional dairy products, such as cream, butter, buttermilk, and skim milk. Typically, egg yolks are also allowed as an ingredient. Ice cream typically contains a lot of cream in order to achieve the required milk fat percentage.
Compared to ice cream, though, gelato usually contains less cream and has a lower milk fat percentage. Additionally, the slower churning process of gelato causes it to be infused with less air than ice cream. All of this means that gelato tends to have a silkier texture than ice cream.
By now, you know that gelato traditionally uses milk and cream as its main ingredients, and that sorbet primarily contains fruit juice or fruit purée and does not use dairy products or eggs. Sorbet is less creamy.
The difference between ice cream and sorbet is also based on whether or not dairy is used. Technically speaking, ice cream always contains cream and/or milk as its main ingredients, while sorbet traditionally never includes dairy or eggs, instead being primarily made from fruit juice or fruit purée.
Many sherbet recipes are lower in fat and cholesterol than typical ice cream since they don't contain as much heavy cream or any eggs. They also contain the health benefits of the fruit, such as a good dose of vitamin C in oranges. However, sherbet does tend to contain a fair amount of sugar, keeping it firmly in the dessert bracket.
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Print RecipeRainbow SherbetEasy homemade rainbow sherbet, bursting with raspberry, orange and lime flavors! A perfect summertime treat!Prep Time5 minsCook Time5 minsTotal Time1 dCourse: DessertCuisine: AmericanKeyword: Ice creamServings: 4Ingredients1 C whole milk1 C heavy cream3/4 C granulated sugar1/8 tsp salt1/2 C orange juice1/3 C lime juice6 oz fresh raspberriesOrange Americolor optionalGreen Americolor optionalInstructionsIn a small saucepan over medium heat, combine milk, cream, sugar and salt. Stir to dissolve sugar. Remove from heat. Cover and chill thoroughly, 4 hours or overnight. Puree raspberries until smooth. Optionally add 1-2 tablespoons of granulated sugar to sweeten the puree. Pour through a fine mesh strainer to remove seeds. Cover and chill until ready to use. Churn milk base according to manufacturer's directions. Freeze for 1 hour in a freezer safe container. Divide semi-frozen ice cream base into thirds. Fold in puree and juice to create 3 colors and flavors. Optionally, add 1 drop gel food color to the orange and lime portions for a brighter color. Transfer mixtures to large piping bags. Freeze for 30-45 minutes or until soft serve consistency is reached. Snip off the ends of each bag, swirling the three flavors into one freezer safe container. Freeze until firm. NotesAn original recipe from Baked by Rachel
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