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    Quick low carb icecream

    Panda Rose
    Thu Jul 01, 2010 6:43 am
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    I have used this recipe to get me out of a sticky situation more than once. Now I either leave out the sugar or add sweetener.
    It need to be made and eaten AT ONCE. Is that a problem?

    Take a handful of frozen berries. ( I use 8 raspberries for just me)
    throw them into a small food processor
    Add about 100ml heavy (double) cream
    Sweetener to taste.

    Whizz until the mixture thickens and the frozen berries are incorporated. EAT & ENJOY.

    This is fabulous made with mangoes, bananas as well as berries.
    mickeydownunder
    Thu Jul 08, 2010 2:11 am
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    Gday and thanks

    When u mean sweeten to taste, I presume u mean splenda?

    Good suggestion icon_smile.gif

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    Panda Rose
    Mon Jul 12, 2010 6:58 am
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    yes, I do. To taste, means as much as you want for your liking.
    Personally I cannot bear splenda or anything artificial so I go without. Sometimes it works and other times, its not so good.
    mickeydownunder
    Mon Jul 12, 2010 9:13 pm
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    Panda Rose wrote:
    yes, I do. To taste, means as much as you want for your liking.
    Personally I cannot bear splenda or anything artificial so I go without. Sometimes it works and other times, its not so good.


    I know what u mean but lifestyle dictates have to have the least amount of sugar of any kind icon_smile.gif

    so Splenda is the only altenrative...cant stand the taste of stevia!!! FInd Splenda is sometimes ok to sub most sometimes is not especially as I found out recently re baking icon_smile.gif
    Chef bbwlc
    Tue Aug 03, 2010 12:07 am
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    sometimes you might try to add a little fruit that is naturally sweeter in order to sweeten up a dish. Might want to throw a couple of grapes or part of an apple in the icecream mix. (well not sure how it'd taste for icecream but it's good for other dishes. icon_smile.gif
    mickeydownunder
    Tue Aug 03, 2010 12:24 am
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    thanks for that

    seeing is FREEZING here, the THOUGHT of making ice cream will have to wait until the temperture rises and perhaps can MELT the ice cream lol

    thanks again and WHOO HOO!
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