Tony got me a wonderful snow cream maker for my birthday last December and We finally place it to good make use of with this absolutely amazing vegan wild blueberry lavender coconut ice cream.
The very first time I ever had lavender ice cream was at Jeni’s within Chicago. It was a wonderful wildberry lavender flavor that was bright purple, special, floral and uber creamy. Probably one of the best ice creams that I’ve ever endured. Through the summertime, fruity snow creams are where it’s at.
I used to believe that adding lavender to sweets was just a little strange, but now I’m completely addicted and want to add it to EVERYTHING. I purchased culinary lavender from an area spice shop a couple weeks back and I’m therefore happy I did so. (You can also purchase it online here) I’ve added it to homemade teas, muffins, breads and now ice cream.
Oh yes, snow cream that simply so happens to be vegan & naturally sweetened. How, you talk to?
Well, we use full body fat coconut dairy, an ultra creamy and normally sweet milk matched with Almond Air flow AlmondMilk CoconutMilk , which adds a lovely sweetness. Uhhh huhhhh honey, this is gonna end up being goooooddd.
This ice cream is simple to make too! You’d think snow cream making will be difficult but when you begin, you become quickly addicted. You will need an snow cream machine, but I think you’ll find yourself deploying it over and over again!
So, how do we allow it to be?
First you’ll warm a number of your substances up and blend, then stick in the fridge for a few hours to chill. The trick to this vegan glaciers cream would be to making sure that the coconut milk is Chilly before actually putting it into the ice cream machine. It makes all the difference.
While the combination is chilling, you’ll make a blueberry compote around the range top. I love using outrageous blueberries because of their unique and bright taste, but regular blueberries will continue to work just fine. After the compote is done, you’ll swirl it in the snow cream and freeze everything until ready to eat!
This recipe does require some patience as ice cream making requires time, however the result is a lot more than worth it.
I hope you love this ice cream as much once we did. Tony and I chomped down onto it after watching Game of Thrones last night.
Just as well dang good.
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Crazy Blueberry Lavender Coconut Ice Cream
2 (15 0z) cans full fat coconut milk (coconut cream also functions)
1/2 cup Almond Air flow AlmondMilk CoconutMilk Blend
1/3 cup coconut palm syrup (honey functions otherwise vegan)
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 1/2 cups wild blueberries or wild berry mix
2 tablespoons coconut sugar
Place a medium saucepan over medium heat and put coconut milk, almondmilk coconutmilk and coconut palm syrup (or honey); whisk until smooth and well combined and mixture comes to hook simmer (this should only have a short while). DO NOT BRING Blend TO A COMPLETE BOIL. After combination comes to hook simmer, whisk once more, then transfer to some blender, add in lavender and vanilla and mix for 30 mere seconds. Allow to cool for a couple minutes, then transfer to a large bowl, cover and refrigerate for 4 hours until cold. This really is an essential step, so please do not skip it!
While the mix is chilling, you’ll create a blueberry syrup. Add blueberries and coconut glucose to a saucepan and place over medium high temperature. Mash blueberries up with a fork and continue to stir mix until it thickens; this should take roughly 15-20 mins. Once combination is thick just like a syrup, transfer to a dish, cover and stick in the refrigerator.
Once ready to produce the snow cream, increase the cool coconut milk blend to your snow cream maker and churn based on manufacturer’s directions until it resembles soft serve.
Transfer half of ice cream to a freezer secure container, then add fifty percent of the blueberry mixture, repeat with ice cream and blueberries once again. Swirl mixture a few times with a blade to create layers. Cover ice cream and freeze for 4-6 hours or until ice cream hardens. Before prepared to serve let the glaciers cream sit at space temperature for a few a few minutes. Makes 8 servings; 1/2 glass each.
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