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#1 of 6 Old 04-27-2013, 08:09 AM - Thread Starter
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I have an Aroma ice cream maker which I bought years ago for $15 and have yet to try out.  I must be stupid!  hee hee


Here's what I have on hand:


plenty of raw cream and milk

local raw honey


peeled and frozen organic bananas

vanilla extract


I can get good local eggs if I need the yolks, but as I am dying to get started, egg-free would be great.  Hit me up with some recipes, as I am having trouble finding easy-ish seeming ones in my searches.



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If you have a vitamix--


Frozen fruit, 1 cup liquid--we use coconut milk or almond milk, raw honey (optional,) throw in blender. Enough frozen fruit to give you the consistency you want. Ready in a couple minutes.


Or freeze non-dairy milk in ice cubes. Mix with one cup of same milk in liquid form. Add honey and cocoa powder. If not so many ice cubes and you use coconut milk these are way good milkshakes.

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I prefer ice cream with egg yolks, so try that when you can. You can make your base mix to taste. I either whisk or put in the food processor to combine really well. You might want to blend it thoroughly if you want smooth banana. I usually do half milk, half cream.


here's some measurements to get you started. I just eye ball it these days and adjust amounts as needed.



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2 C raw cream
1 C raw milk (or breast milk)
1+ tsp vanilla
A few squirts if liquid stevia to taste (will need very little sweetner if using breastmilk)
If you want chocolate ice cream add raw cocoa powder to taste
Mix ingredients
Put in electric cream maker and voila!
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Google "Philadelphia-style ice cream". French-style ice cream uses a custard base, requiring eggs and cooking; Philadelphia-style is basically cream, sweeteners and flavourings mixed together and churned. I vastly prefer French-style, but Philadelphia's quicker and easier. You could probably make it without a recipe - use 3 cups of cream/milk, with slightly more sweeteners and flavourings than you think you'll need - freezing dulls flavours, so make it a tad too sweet and a tad too strong and it'll be perfect. :)

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