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Homemade Vegan Ice Cream...because nothing else is made with more love

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I milked the almonds myself. :D
This is not only for couples to enjoy, but also for singles!

This is the real reason why I previously made my own almond milk, and condensed almond milk
LOW CALORIE ICE CREAM

Upon research, I discovered that you don't need a machine to make ice cream.
Also the two ingredient recipe only requires vegan substitutes for the ingredients, and presto!

You will need:
1 container of condensed almond milk make it yourself if you can!
1 1/2 tsp of egg substitute + 1 tbs of water whipped
2 cups of almond milk homemade for that extra loving touch!
3 tbs of coconut oil or butter substitute
1 tbs of confectioners sugar
1 seal tight lid container Ziploc containers work great!

Here's the recipe I picked up on the internet if you prefer the un-vegan option:
1 can of condensed milk
1 whipping cream container


 
 
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Step 1: Ingredients

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Gather your ingredients and whip your egg replacer.

Step 2: Heat and mix.

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In a medium sauce pan, heat up the milk to approximately 120F. 
Add and dilute:
3 tbs of coconut oil or butter substitute
1 tbs of confectioners sugar

Once diluted, add the whipped egg.  Heat on low for approximately 15 minutes.
Remove from heat, and change into bowl to be frozen.

Step 3: Add the condensed milk

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Add the condensed almond milk, and dilute into the mixture.

Add any toppings you may want add this point.

I made a separate self serving of ice cream with bits of salted caramel brownies, which I ate before even getting a chance to post a picture.

Step 4: Cover, Freeze, Wait, and eat

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Cover the containers with a seal tight lid, and place them in the freezer overnight.

Open the container the next day, scoop out and eat.  Enjoy!
sunshiine1 year ago
I am sending this link to my daughter. She is vegan but loves ice-cream!
atepinkrose (author)  sunshiine1 year ago
Send her this one too! freezing compacts the particles and makes it difficult to scoop out, but not impossible, however this site has an alternative method:
http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-ice-cream-without-124210

I hope she likes it :D
I will thanks! She likes her ice cream! thanks for thinking of us! Have a splendorous weekend!
sunshiine
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