Monday, July 25, 2016

Non Dairy Ice Red Bean Ice Cream

I scream you scream, most of us scream for dairy free ice cream. Wanting something dairy-free is at the top of the list for ice cream, but not enough when you have a banana hater, right?
So when I discovered coconut milk can be whipped to coconut cream. I had a Yurika moment. The thing is the coconut milk has to have full fat...for a plant based food, that sounds weird. I quickly learned not all coconut milk is created equally.
First rule of business is Goya is so off my list! Soo I did some research. I don't like additives. It's why I make my own stuff, because I can cut all if not most of them out. Then I get to experience real taste, the authentic flavor that's hidden behind additives, preservative etc.
Now I can give that experience. In any flavor...Chocolate, Strawberry and Vanilla with mash-ins like nuts, candies and syrups. Syrups I make, that have no dairy in them at all, with the beauty of choosing flavors that please the pallet of the picky eater crew.
Angel Wong is the genie, that I learned the recipe for whipping coconut into cream, in this video. I really love her simplicity for whipping up A Red Bean Parfait, Another one of my favorite treats.

Related link of other Bloggers
Tasty Yummies test drive of Coconut milk...for whipping cream.

Here's another Link of Non-churn Ice Creams Enjoy!

Sunday, July 17, 2016

National Ice Cream Day.

What is your favorite flavor? Rocky Road, French Vanilla?

If you haven't seen the Ice Cream Show, it's a partial historical video of Ice Cream in America, it is one of my favorites documentaries.

Here  is my first installment for Ice Cream month today being the beginning of the Celebration of one of my favorite treats.

Non-Dairy and Vegan Recipe: Originally One Ingredient Ice Cream from Kitchen Explorers
1 frozen banana
1 Tbsp. unsweetened cocoa powder
1/8 cup coconut or almond milk (optional)
Blend the banana and cocoa powder in a standing blender. Add a splash of non-dairy milk, if desired, for easier blending. (You can also add a spoon of peanut or other nut butter, maple syrup, and a touch of vanilla extract).
Preparation time: 5 minute(s)

Number of servings (yield): 1

Chocolate Banana with Chocolate Syrup and mint

Friday, July 15, 2016

Dark and White Almond Butter Cups

 Last weeks I made Almond Butter.
So I tempered white and dark chocolate for
Almond Butter cups. Just what I wanted.

mini cups filled 1/2 way with a almond butter nugget
I love the glazed sheen of Chocolate don't you

25 min. After Chilling

So It's hot...these are quite melty once in your hand. I ate three, before a thought just popped in my head.  I love Ice cream mash-ins. What a treasure to find pieces of these in a really good vanilla ice cream. Then again add marshmallows in a chocolate Ice Cream you have Rocky Road... Bon Appetit!