Sunday, May 24

RAW Coffee Ice Cream

In a small dish, add enough boiling water (no more than 2 TBSP) to dissolve the sugar:

3/4 cup Organic Sugar

2-3 TBSP Instant Espresso Powder

Stir frequently until all dissolved.

Put in Blender:

2 cups Raw Cream

2 cups Rw Whole Milk

6 Egg Yolks

1 Tsp Vanilla

Pinch of Celtic Sea Salt

Coffee Sugar Mixture

Blend for about 1 minute, place in fridge (covered) overnight (or several hours at least) to chill.  Freeze according to your manufacturer's directions.

*Variation:  When almost frozen, add 3 TBSP (or so) Organic RAW Cacao Nibs & stir in well.  

Or add 2 TBSP of Kahlua Liquor! YUM!

My other thought was to Shave really good quality chocolate into it.  I don't like big chunks of chocolate in ice cream, I like something that will just dissolve on my tongue.... but I haven't tried it yet, so be sure to let me know if you do!


vehementflame said...

ha!! I want a vita clay too! I am just worried that it will break..there don't seen to be many reviews on it...too bad huh? I researched and researched for more info on it- but couldn't find much... Amazon has some reviews- I guess you could get it from a good company with a nice return policy...If you get one and like it let me know- I read on Cheeslave that Hamilton Beach is not supposed to have lead in it... and the raw coffe ice cream makes my day- only we'll be using coconut milk and REAL espresso:) and it's cherry pickin time here- whoo come the pies:)

Erin said...

Ooo pies! I can't wait to see yummy pies talk on your blog!
Did I tell you, we finally did the vanilla? So excited!
And I almost peed my pants when I read your alu gobi (sp?)!!! I wAng to make that so bad, I love cauliflower!!

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