Koldskål - Milky Danish Dessert (Vegan Version)

This is a traditional Danish summer dish. Some eat it for lunch/dinner, others eat it for dessert/snack. (you can drink it, too...) It's usually served with "kammejunkere" (a sort of crunchy vanilla biscuits) or fresh sliced strawberries. It's originally made with buttermilk, eggs, vanilla and lemon - but here is my vegan version... Enjoy

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  • *NOTE* - all kinds of silken tofu can be used. Just add more/less to adjust consistency.
  • Blend all ingredients in a blender/food processor till creamy and foamy. Taste.
  • Chill before serving (or add some ice cubes and blend again, if you're in a hurry -- )
  • Variations: use orange juice, pineapple juice etc. instead of lemon juice (or use a combination). It's also great with frozen berries (add before blending).
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"This is a traditional Danish summer dish. Some eat it for lunch/dinner, others eat it for dessert/snack. (you can drink it, too...) It's usually served with "kammejunkere" (a sort of crunchy vanilla biscuits) or fresh sliced strawberries. It's originally made with buttermilk, eggs, vanilla and lemon - but here is my vegan version... Enjoy"
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  1. Veganized
    This is a traditional Danish summer dish. Some eat it for lunch/dinner, others eat it for dessert/snack. (you can drink it, too...) It's usually served with "kammejunkere" (a sort of crunchy vanilla biscuits) or fresh sliced strawberries. It's originally made with buttermilk, eggs, vanilla and lemon - but here is my vegan version... Enjoy
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