Chocolate Liquid Nitrogen Gelato

Chocolate Liquid Nitrogen Gelato

You can use liquid nitrogen to make gelato pretty much instantly. This makes a nice cryogenics or phase change demonstration. It’s also just plain fun.

Chocolate Liquid Nitrogen Gelato Chocolate Liquid Nitrogen Gelato

Ingredients:

3000g (105.8oz)             whole milk

150g (5.3oz)                  cream

540g (19.0?z)                 sugar

60g (2.1oz)                    PreGel Dextrose

300g (10.6oz)                PreGel Totalbase (Water & Milk Base – Cold Press)

400g (14.1oz)                PreGel Prontociocc Traditional Paste (Chocolate)

Directions:

1. Combine all ingredients in a large bucket.

2. Mix well for 2-3 minutes using an immersion blender.

3. If making dots style frozen product, place the gelato mixture into a squeeze bottle or syringe tube before dripping into a bath of liquid nitrogen to create frozen pearls.

4. If freezing the gelato using liquid nitrogen in a standard counter top mixture with a paddle, simply place the amount of base into the mixture bowl that is desired and pour in liquid nitrogen in stages on low speed until the product is frozen.

 

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