National Coffee Ice cream Day:
Celebrated on September 6th every year. The day is for all the Coffee and ice Cream lovers.
|2018||6th September||Thursday||United States|
|2019||6th September||Friday||United States|
|2020||6th September||Sunday||United States|
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Why Coffee Ice Cream Day?
Our favorite coffee and Ice cream combine together to form a majestic flavor, called Coffee Ice cream. Like our all-time lover Coffee milk shake, the Americans also equally prefer coffee ice cream, a study claims. Therefore, this day is for all the Coffee and ice Cream lovers.
How we can Celebrate National Coffee Ice Cream Day:
Slurp a coffee ice cream on this day. Try some recipes at home to celebrate this day.
Here is a simple recipe,
• One and half cups milk
• Sugar -3/4 cup
• One and half cups coffee beans
• Required amount of salt
• One and half cups cream
• Five egg yolks
• Half teaspoon vanilla extract (you can add or reduce quarter teaspoon if you want)
• Half teaspoon ground coffee (you can add or reduce quarter teaspoon if you want)
Step 1: Take a saucepan and heat milk, sugar, coffee beans, salt, and half cup of the cream in a low flame until it is warm. Do not let it to boil. Take out gently if it is quite warm and leave it to cool. You no need to place it in refrigerator. Simply keeping it at room temperature is enough. Do not leave it for more than an hour.
Step 2: Take a bowl, gently mix the egg yolks. Reheat the mixture again until it is warm. Do not leave it to boil and gently pour the mixture into the egg yolks and stir it well. If the mixture is too hot, then egg yolks will be cooked by it. So pour only warm mixture.
Step 3: Heat a saucepan, pour this mixture gently, and stir it in a low flame for 10 minutes or until the mixture becomes thick.
Step 4: Take a large bowl, pour the remaining cream in the howl, and stir it. Set a mesh strainer, and pour this warmed mixture gently in the strainer so that the cream blends well with the mixture and the coffee beans can be filtered out and discarded.
Step 5: Mix it with vanilla, ground coffee, and stir it well and freeze it in the ice cream maker as per the instructions defined in the ice cream maker. It is done.
Enjoy this day. Post using this hashtag #CoffeeiCreamDay on the social media.
Interesting Facts About Coffee Ice cream Day:
The preparation of Coffee Ice cream is dated back to the 19th century. Initially in the year 1869, Coffee ice cream had been introduced as a rich cold dessert made up of Coffee, milk, egg and whipped cream. In the 20th century, it became one of the favorite desserts and listed in menus of almost all the restaurants in the United States. From there on, even now, it has become a standard flavor in all the restaurants.
Previously, only Coffee, milk, egg and whipped cream were used. However, coffee ice cream was evolved to many changes and nowadays, concentrated syrups and flavors of vanilla, banana, chocolate, coconut, etc. are being used. A Recipe called as “Egg Coffee” was published in a cookbook in the year 1919 that refers to the Coffee Ice cream.
History of Coffee Ice cream Day:
The origin of coffee ice cream day is not found within my research.