Indulge in this Whipped Ricotta Sweet Treat
The sweet taste of our Strawberry and Vanilla Ice Cream flavours come together with whipped ricotta to make a bright and flavourful treat that can be enjoyed in so many ways! Perfect as a dip with fresh fruits or even served as a parfait, this versatile recipe hits all the marks!
In less than 10 minutes, enjoy the creamy, high-protein richness of sweet strawberry ricotta without all the added refined sugars. It’s incredibly easy to customize to your own personal tastes. Get creative! Add a honey drizzle with some nuts, and enjoy all the elements of a delicious snack that is sure to satisfy your tastebuds.
Sweet Strawberry Whipped Ricotta Recipe
- food processor or hand mixer
- 475 g ricotta cheese (1 container)
- 2 tbsp honey
- 1/4 tsp Hedessent Strawberry Flavouring
- 20 drops Hedessent Vanilla Ice Cream Flavouring
- Pinch salt
- fresh fruit
- crackers of choice
- If your ricotta is very wet or watery, hang in cheesecloth or strain in a fine mesh sieve for at least 4 hours or overnight.
- Add all ingredients to a food processor and whip for 2 minutes or until smooth and thick. Alternatively, you can use a hand mixer and whip ingredients in a large bowl for 2-3 minutes.
- Spread the ricotta onto a serving plate and top with the additional honey and crushed walnut pieces, if using.
- Serve with your favourite fruit and crackers and enjoy! Leftover ricotta can be stored in the fridge in a sealed container for up to 2 days.
Meet Autumn Ongaro
Autumn is a food photographer, recipe developer, food educator, and gardener. She conjures divine dishes using the bounty of fresh, seasonal ingredients as her inspiration. Autumn’s recipes are flavour forward, approachable and aim to inspire connection to each ingredient. Her newly published book FEAD: A Taste of Home in Norfolk County carries you through the four seasons as she shares the histories of local farms and transforms their beautiful crops into approachable dishes. You can follow along with her delicious adventures on Instagram @evolvingautumn.