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Salted Caramel and Thyme Sauce & Vanilla Ice Cream

Obviously it isn’t summer without the occasional ice cream. Actually, now I think about it, it hasn’t been summer yet, but the weather forecast is good and I am getting one step ahead!

One of our best selling lemon myrtle seasonings, is where we have hand blended the myrtle with Droitwich Brine Salt and dried thyme. It is also a Great Taste winner! We think it is one of our most versatile seasonings. We love it in this salted caramel sauce.

Desperate measures – one day I had run out of thyme and substituted with our mint blend! It was equally as delicious but not such an attractive colour. Perfect when over ice cream though! Obviously, we loved the minty hit.

Lemon Myrtle News Flash

On to a bit of rubbish news. We will have to put on our thinking cap, once again. My supplier of lemon myrtle has stopped sourcing it and after much searching I have paid an arm and a leg for two kilo’s to carry me on. I know, it is definitely not going to last long but at nearly £90.00 a kilo and add to that the carriage – YIKES! It may be that there is someone out there that I am yet to find, but please be aware that we may have to make a tough decision with this product, so i recommend grabbing your supply now! I am yet to alter the price although I paying a much higher rate for ingredients We love to rise to a challenge at Myrtles!


Salted Caramel Sauce

125g Unsalted butter

150g Light muscovado sugar

142ml Double cream

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

¼ teaspoon Myrtle’s Seasoning with Thyme

Melt the butter in a small saucepan.  Whisk in the browned sugar until combined.

Simmer for 4-6 minutes whisking occasionally until your sauce becomes a dark amber colour.

Remove from the heat and add the cream , vanilla and Myrtle Seasoning.

Serve hot or cold.

If reheating, do so gradually in a low heat and do not allow to boil.

So good! Please let me know if you try it. I don’t think that you will be disappointed. The ice cream used for this photograph is from Berry’s, Herefordshire. Their link is below and you can buy this seasoning and the browse the other 5 options on our website. Hit the link above for more information.

Jane x

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