This recipe makes a decadent, low carb, and dairy-free ice cream that is really out of this world! You will love this even if you don't love coconut. My husband (who has no dietary restrictions and is an ice cream addict) told me that this is the best that he's ever had. Each 1/2 cup serving contains 6.4 grams of net carbohydrates, and 24.2 grams of healthy fat from the coconut (gotta love those medium chain triglycerides)!
You will have a hard time believing that this frozen treat is not really ice cream, but is a good-for-you all fruit dessert. I serve this to the kids in the family and they love to build their own sundaes. It melt fast, so serve it right away or stick it in the freezer.
from Marta Sgubin, her cookbook Cooking For Madam.
NOTE: you can experiment with adding more egg yolks, adding very little hot liquid to the yolks very slowly so that you don't scramble/cook the eggs...
and experiment with adding vanilla to taste, or bourbon vanilla... liqueurs poured over, garnishing with a leaf spray of mint or something similar -
This comes from the American Baby Magazine March 2011 issue and is recommended for 10+ months and up. My baby is just beginning to eat rice cereal and I can't wait to try this one but want to give him a little more time first. In the meantime, I'm posting this here for safekeeping. I think it will be a great addition to my other baby recipes. I think I may even like this one myself!
ZWT7, South & Central America. What rice milk frozen desserts lack in creaminess. You should like coconut because you can still taste it here in the banana free version. Recipe modified from http://gnowfglins.com.
This is a lightly sweet mild cheesecake-flavored ice cream with all the richness, but with less fat. Cook time also includes the time it takes for the ice cream machine to freeze the mixture. Does not include chill time.
This is the first of 3 ice cream recipes I found on another site. There is also a list of suggestions for successful ice cream making in another posted "recipe". The "cooking" time is variable due to your particular ice cream freezer. It is not included in the cooking time listed.
Found on ricecooker site. Sounds delisc! Posted by: "cookwithnanees" email@example.com. Fri Sep 12, 2008 4:07 am (PDT). Cooking time is not listed. It would be freezing time for your particular ice cream maker.
Source: California Fresh Apricot Council. You can use skimmed evaporated milk and low-fat yougurt if you wish. Churning time not included. I believe you could use fresh peaches for this with peach nectar. Or even some of the tropical fruits.
Would you believe I found this on the WalMart site? Anytime you see one of my recipes with W-M after the name, it's from the WalMart site. The following link lists all their recipes! Just cut and paste: (http://walmart.triaddigital.com/All-Recipes.aspx)