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Ice cream Recipes with almond milk

Kelly Brozyna’s Dairy-Free Vanilla Ice Cream + Ganache by Michelle Tam Really—this post ain’t for you…or at least, not right now. Go check out my Whole30 recaps, or better yet, go make yourself some Cracklin’ Chicken or Sweet Potato Hash with Fried Eggs. Come back in September—this ice cream’ll still be here.

Still with me—and looking for a cool, dairy-free treat to beat the heat? Then follow along as I crack open my copy of Kelly Brozyna’s Dairy-Free Ice Cream and whip up some vanilla ice cream with chocolate ganache!

Kelly Brozyna’s Dairy-Free Vanilla Ice Cream + Ganache by Michelle Tam Ever since a review copy arrived in the mail, I’ve been eyeing the vanilla ice cream. You’d think I’d make a beeline for the chocolate ice cream recipes in Kelly’s beautiful new book, but NOPE. Know why?

’Cause of this little guy.

As soon as he spied me dragging my long-neglected ice cream maker out of the garage, my six-year-old vanilla ice cream fanatic knew what was up. And he wasn’t shy about pointing out precisely which recipe he wanted me to make.

Vanilla packs a huge wallop, and is anything but boring. According to Cook’s Illustrated, vanilla’s a “flavor potentiator” that not only increases our perception of sweetness, but also our ability to taste other ingredients that accompany it—like nuts, fruit, coffee, and chocolate.

But as much as I share Lil-O’s love of vanilla, there’s no way I was going to let someone who can’t even tie his own shoes keep me from my beloved dark chocolate.

Kelly Brozyna’s Dairy-Free Vanilla Ice Cream + Ganache by Michelle Tam The compromise? Ganache, baby. GANACHE.

As Kelly points out, ganache (a.k.a. fancy chocolate sauce) can be made dairy-free, too; just substitute full-fat coconut milk for the heavy cream. Drizzle some ganache over a scoop (or three) of Kelly’s rich, dairy-free vanilla ice cream, add a sprinkle of toasted slivered almonds, and you’re all set for one of the best frozen treats you’ve had since going Paleo.

Who’s ready to scream for some ice cream?

What to Gather to Make 1 to 1½ Quarts of Ice Cream:

And Here’s What You Need to Make 1 Cup of Ganache:

  • ⅔ cup canned full-fat coconut milk
  • 3 ounces dairy-free dark chocolate, chopped

(Plus, as an extra topping, I grabbed some toasted slivered almonds from my pantry.)

Here’s What You Do:

Kelly Brozyna’s Dairy-Free Vanilla Ice Cream + Ganache by Michelle Tam …after removing the pits, of course.

Pour in the coconut milk…

…and purée until smooth.

Add the almond milk…

…vanilla extract…

…and thickener. (Pour the bloomed gelatin mixture into the blender last, just before puréeing the ice cream mixture.)

Blend until smooth.

Freeze for about an hour or refrigerate until cold.

Pour into the ice cream machine and churn per the manufacturer’s instructions.

In the meantime, grab your chopped dark chocolate and make the ganache.

In a small saucepan, warm the coconut milk over medium heat until it begins to simmer.

Place the chocolate in a bowl, pour the hot coconut milk over it, and let it sit for 1 to 2 minutes.

Whisk as the heat of the coconut milk melts the chocolate. Continue whisking until the milk and chocolate are well combined. (You can store the ganache covered at room temperature for up to a week.)

Once the ice cream’s ready…

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You don't want sugar or cream in your ice cream. How can you even make ice cream then? Even if you make something, trust me it won't taste as good as "ice cream".
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