Soft whey butter ice cream – Scandinavian Dulce de leche?

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6 Responses

  1. Rodney Worman says:

    Is it possible to get whey butter in America? If not, is there a substitute ingredient I could use? Thank you.

    • Anders says:

      Dear Rodney,
      I honestly don’t know, but I would be surprised if you would not be able to find whey butter somewhere. Scandinavian specialty shops may be able to help you out, for example. Since it is a rather unique ingredient, I fear that it would be difficult to come up with a good substitute.

  2. Brandon says:

    Delicious! I’ve never made ice cream but this worked out perfectly. I added more messmir since I had it, but good either way

  3. Catherine says:

    Hello!

    Thank you for this great information! One thing I’m confused about- when you talk about making whey butter you say it requires both whey and cream being boiled together. However, the recipe in the link for making dehydrated whey (and you say this recipe can be used to make butter if you stop the cooking time early) does not use any cream. Any clarification would be helpful! Thank you!

    • Anders says:

      Dear Catherine,

      Thanks for the appreciative words and also for being vigilant! My apologies for the confusion because you’re right to wonder: I have corrected the text now – whey is all you need (the cream only plays a part in the process leading to the whey, so to say 🙂

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