Easy chocolate ice cream without dairy and healthy to do without a machine. Suitable for vegan, vegetable, Paleo, sugar-free and healthy food in general. View the variations of this basic recipe at the bottom of the page to create different flavors.
The best compliment I have had with this ice cream is that it tastes like normal chocolate ice cream (premium high-end). When a healthy dairy-free creation tastes like the original, you really know that it is a good job. Simple things are often the best in life. For recipes this is usually the case as long as the ingredients are of high quality.
1. Empty the coconut milk in a bowl with cream and water.
2. Knock 2-3 minutes with an electronic beater in height to integrate as much air as possible. You can use a manual the racket, but it takes a lot of time, about 10 minutes and a good workout.
3. Add all other ingredients and whisk gently. Scrape the pages to make sure everything is okay.
4. Taste the mixture and adjust the sweetness / bitterness to taste. I find it pretty bitter, so I usually add less sweetener.
5. Pour into a bowl and freeze for 3-4 hours.
6. Remove the appliance from the freezer when it is frozen and check it with a toothpick.
7. Leave at room temperature for 20 minutes before serving.
8. It takes several weeks in the freezer, but first you have to disfigure something and stir well if you leave it for more than 3-4 hours.
Use only coconut milk with all its fat, because the reduced fat does not fit well. Ice has a mild coconut flavor, but cocoa means it is not too overwhelming. I used raw cocoa powder, but I used every cocoa / cocoa powder I wanted. I would recommend using a high quality product with a strong, robust flavor profile.
I like this recipe because it does not need herbal milk. Instead, ground almonds are used, which is the same as almond flour. This gives the ice a nice texture and adds heart-healthy proteins and fats.
To do this without nuts, simply replace the ground almonds with coconut flour. Milk of vegetable origin has often been very expensive because of the low amount of nutrients, so I tend to avoid them. The best thing about this healthy ice cream is that it is hard to eat too much.
This could be because it is not loaded with sugar, but it is loaded with nutrients, so a small amount will keep it satisfied. With normal ice cream I could eat the whole bath and feel bad. I eat much less, but then I feel fine. Tell me something, sigh. The weeks are converted into days.
How about a peach ice cream for breakfast?
I prefer coconut milk in my recipes for non-milk ice cream (rice milk or almond milk is not so creamy). If non-vegans can use dairy milk, go ahead. I would use half milk and half cream.
The larger, fatter, the smoother the result. It is a pleasure. Heat half of the peaches (2 cups) in a pan with coconut milk, coconut oil and sugar until the peaches soften and the sugar melts (less than 5 minutes).
Remove from heat and allow to cool. Put the mixture in a blender and mix until smooth. Combine the remaining peaches with the mixture of peach and coconut milk. Add the vanilla. Stir and cover. Cook for about two hours until the mixture is cold. Stir in the peach mixture in your favorite ice cream maker according to the manufacturer's instructions.
Or, pour the mixture into a freezer compartment and freeze; Check every 15 to 20 minutes and stir the mixture to prevent the formation of ice crystals. Makes a liter of peach-vegan ice cream. All images and content are protected by copyright, all rights reserved. Do not use our images or content without prior permission.
Chocolate ice cream, that's good for you?
When it comes to this vegan chocolate ice cream, you have a super healthy treatment. Very different from the ice in which I grew up. When I was young, ice was my best bet. I think I mentioned that, but it was totally. I would eat it.
What if they asked me what food I would have if I had a meal and no one else? It was the ice cream I sat and ate Breyer's Natural Mint Chocolate Chip for the TV while I was doing my homework, we went to an ice cream parlor and a trip to Friendly's® was always one of my favorites.
Since I started Candida, I became sugar-free and lost less and less carbohydrates. Because my eldest son had a food allergy to life-threatening dairy products, it had to change. It is not exactly on the accepted list of Foody.