Coconut Ice Cream/Gelato

"I LOVE coconut ice cream and gelato and was so pleased to have had a friend give this recipe to me. Most of the time, I leave the sweetened flaked coconut out since I don't particularly care for the added texture, but that's just me. My friend who makes this all of the time uses a sweetened flaked coconut that is found in the freezer section of the supermarket and says that the taste is better. Experiment and enjoy! :)"
 
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Coconut Ice Cream/Gelato created by Robin and Sue
Ready In:
35mins
Ingredients:
4
Serves:
8
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directions

  • Combine everything except the flaked coconut.
  • Put in ice cream maker and prepare according to manufacturer's instructions.
  • Add flakes 5 minutes before ice cream is ready, if desired.
  • Note: This recipe could either be made up as ice cream or a gelato. If you use whole milk, you will get ice cream. If you exchange the heavy cream for whole milk (so the entire recipe uses 2 1/2 cups of milk), you have gelato. If you use a low-fat milk with the heavy cream, you get something in between.

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  1. darlene.norris
    Most I've creams you have to heat up the mixture. Just making sure you don't with this recipe
     
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    Coconut Ice Cream/Gelato Created by Robin and Sue
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    Coconut Ice Cream/Gelato Created by Robin and Sue
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    Coconut Ice Cream/Gelato Created by Robin and Sue
  5. Candee F.
    I forgot to give it 5 stars with my review
     

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I am originally from the Pacific Northwest but was transplanted to the east coast when my hubby went back to school to get his Ph.D. My husband and I are parents to two boys that we fondly refer to as "Search & Destroy" and our golden retriever, Sydney. I'm a stay-at-home mom and have just started homeschooling our children. I L-O-V-E to cook and bake. Honestly, I think I pretty much always have--it is something I inherited from my mom. :) She is the one who taught me to not be afraid to make a recipe, and when I'm not sure what a term means, to look it up (or ask someone who knows to talk me through it). My friends Lisa, Sharon and Shannon have also taught me a lot too (you'll see a few recipes that I've posted that I have received from these lovely ladies). And, I'd say that my experience as a prep cook for a brew pub in college taught me quite a bit too. :) I also like to make jam, to bake my own fresh loaves of whole wheat bread from flour that I have ground myself, and to preserve fruits and vegetables like my Grams taught me. Gardening is a new-found hobby of mine, and preparing foods with fresh fruits that I have harvested is so rewarding! I love my Oregon Ducks and am a proud alumnae of the University of Oregon. When we have a ladies' event at my church, I'm generally involved in the food aspect, in one way or another. The recipes I'm best-known for are my dessert recipes. <img src="http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b399/susied214/permanent%20collection/IWasAdoptedfall08.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket">
 
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