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This is a guest post from Sex, Food and Kettlebells. It’s for a delicious, dairy-free and Paleo raspberry swirl ice cream. I haven’t tried it yet, but it sounds delicious! TIME: Prep 20 min, Freeze 30-40 min YIELD: 1.5 quarts Ingredients: 2 cans full fat organic coconut milk (14 oz, BPA free cans) 1/2 cup maple syrup Read More
Since it’s the holidays, you’ll likely be confronted with lots of desserts at parties and get-togethers. One of the most popular toppings for pies, ice cream, and lots more is whipped cream! But of course, buying “Cool whip” or whipped cream in a can isn’t healthy! That doesn’t mean you have to completely avoid whipped Read More
I wanted to make vanilla milkshakes at home, and I thought, why not use vanilla frozen yogurt for it? I haven’t actually made the milkshakes yet because I’m not sure that I like this frozen yogurt, but my kids go CRAZY for it! It’s all Bekah wants to eat these days. We even eat “ice cream” for breakfast. But with nutrition like this…who cares? Since she won’t eat yogurt otherwise, I don’t mind making this for her.
I came up with this idea because I need to get more probiotic foods into my daughter, and we both have an aversion to the texture of yogurt and kefir normally. So, why not make it into popsicles? I believe this would also work as ice cream too, if you have an ice cream maker, but I haven’t tried that. These popsicles are super nutritious and super yummy!
Since we’ve been no-sugar, I’ve been seeking some type of “dessert” I can eat. I tried a super simple recipe for orange sherbet and it was “okay.” I decided to scrap that and try again. The second attempt is what I’ve posting for you today, and it is excellent! In fact, it tastes like an Orange Julius to me! So for those of you missing fast food…make some of this!!
This ice cream, in addition to being dairy-free, can be egg-free as well, is versatile, and is completely raw! It’s also full of a lot of very healthy fat.
2 15-oz. cans coconut milk
3 eggs (you can omit)
1/2 cup raw honey
1/4 cup coconut oil
2 tsp. vanilla (you can try making your own)