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Awesome and Easy Non Dairy Ice Cream

This is a tremendously versatile recipe- add fresh chopped strawberries, flavored liquer, cocoa, coffee, the possibilities are endless! I like to serve this only partially frozen, it has a very creamy taste and texture at that stage. Enjoy!

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  • Whip egg whites and sugar until stiff. Whip remaining ingredients in a separate bowl. Fold two mixtures together (do not overmix). Freeze as is.
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"This is a tremendously versatile recipe- add fresh chopped strawberries, flavored liquer, cocoa, coffee, the possibilities are endless! I like to serve this only partially frozen, it has a very creamy taste and texture at that stage. Enjoy!"
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  1. cooking is my hobby
    This is awesome, I made a two tone ice cream the first layer was vanilla, and as a previous reviewer wrote, I doubled the vanilla. The second layer was chocolate, I added 3/4 cup cocoa to the mixture YUMMM! this is a definite keeper, something I will probably be making over and over again. Thanks tons Mirakleg for posting this winner!
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  2. Rossy
    My Auntie Pearl gave me this recipe many years ago and I lost it! I was so delighted to find it here and have been making it again. I live in Southern Spain and cannot at the moment get non-dairy whipping cream, so have to make do with UHT whipppng cream. It works very well and impresses all my friends. Thanks for the recipe.
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  3. noreenruth
    very easy made it already today and it is great..thank you
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  4. Across the Ocean
    I also make this recipe all the time. I have for variations: For vanilla: I double the vanilla For lemon: I add the juice of one lemon For fruit: I add 5 blended kiwi or a tin of frozen strawberries blended.
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  5. Mirj2338
    I make this recipe all the time, using Rich Whip! One of my favorite variations is to melt 8 ounces of dark chocolate, mix it in, add then add the zest of one orange. If you add liqueur the ice cream doesn't freeze as hard because of the alcohol and you get more of a "soft-serve" (of course, this all depends on how much booze you put in your ice cream).
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