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  • #16
    Originally posted by StoneAgeQueen View Post
    We made primal eggnog which i think could easily be turned into awesome ice cream. The only thing is I'm nervous about heating it up to form the custard. How do you stop it from turning lumpy?
    I think egg nog would make great ice cream. If you temper the eggs and heat the mixture slowly and stir it constantly, it won't get lumpy. A double-boiler is nice, but not a requirement. To temper the eggs, blend the egg yolks and sugar together, then add hot cream while blending on low. Dump the mess back into the pan and heat back to your ending temperature.

    Gordo

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    • #17
      Posting that coconut chocolate almond icecream is cruel. very cruel. i really really want icecream now. it looks so cold and creamy and crunchy and yum.

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      • #18
        Simmer three sliced up apples in two cans of full fat coconut milk until they are super soft (a hour or so). Add some cinnimon to taste and a tablespoon of Xanthum gum. Put the concoction in the belnder and puree until all the apple chunks are gone and its smooth. Put it in the fridge for about three hours. Super yummy primal pudding. The cocnut mile hardens a bit and the Xanthum gum helps everything congeal uniformly. Sprinkle a little nutmeg on top and go crazy. My family LOVES it.

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        • #19
          Thank you so much for the inspiration you have all given me! I am looking forward to giving those ideas a try! As for the "80/20-thing": My ice cream the way I use to prepare it (100 g sugar) is definitely a "20% treat"; but in general, I use cream and coconut milk a lot and do not see a reason to count it as a cheat...

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          • #20
            I just swa that one of the recipes includes nut butter (I have already thought about adding some). If you add nut butter to a receipe, does it require to use less "fluid ingredients" like heavy cream or coconut milk?

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            • #21
              Originally posted by gordo View Post
              I think egg nog would make great ice cream. If you temper the eggs and heat the mixture slowly and stir it constantly, it won't get lumpy. A double-boiler is nice, but not a requirement. To temper the eggs, blend the egg yolks and sugar together, then add hot cream while blending on low. Dump the mess back into the pan and heat back to your ending temperature.

              Gordo

              Thanks.

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              • #22
                Egg nog would probably make good ice cream. I don't usually cook mine though (ice cream). If you don't mind raw eggs, I'd just skip that step.

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                • #23
                  I learned a great ice cream trick to keep it from becoming rock hard in the freezer: when you mix the ingredients, add 1oz of neutral alcohol (some people use flavored), I use vodka. Doesn't matter if it is regular or low carb.
                  This time, like all times, is a very good one, if we but know what to do with it. Ralph Waldo Emerson

                  Any given day you are surrounded by 10,000 idiots.
                  Lao Tsu, founder of Taoism

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                  • #24
                    Looking for a really simple coconut ice cream recipe, can anyone help?

                    I do not have a sweet tooth at all so will not require sweetener, honey or anything. I just want a cold creamy dessert really

                    can I just put coconut milk in the ice cream machine?

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                    • #25
                      I just use 3 tablespoons of honey when I make it. If it isn't sweet enough for people, they can put more honey on top.
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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Katsuhiko the Rolfer View Post
                        Looking for a really simple coconut ice cream recipe, can anyone help?

                        I do not have a sweet tooth at all so will not require sweetener, honey or anything. I just want a cold creamy dessert really

                        can I just put coconut milk in the ice cream machine?

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                        Personal staple. Just omit the sweetener should you not want it.
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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by AngryKiwi47 View Post
                          Ice Cream. ICE CREAM! | MyFitnessPal.com

                          Personal staple. Just omit the sweetener should you not want it.
                          that's the kiddie! thanks so much

                          hmmmmm niiiiiiiiicccce

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by AngryKiwi47 View Post
                            Ice Cream. ICE CREAM! | MyFitnessPal.com
                            Personal staple. Just omit the sweetener should you not want it.
                            Originally posted by Katsuhiko the Rolfer View Post
                            that's the kiddie! thanks so much
                            hmmmmm niiiiiiiiicccce
                            Nicely done pictures. Good job.

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                            • #29
                              lol @ 8-10g of sugar being a lot. That's the calories of a single tablespoon of heavy cream, or a teaspoon of oil. You can do what I do and blend half palm sugar and half stevia. It has zero aftertaste with the Stevita brand I purchase. However, don't kid yourself that it's Primal. It is, in my opinion, an acceptable vice. It surely beats cake and fast food. As far as desserts go, homemade ice cream with cream, milk, eggs and sugar is about as healthy as it gets.
                              Don't put your trust in anyone on this forum, including me. You are the key to your own success.

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                              • #30
                                Ice cream Recipe:
                                INGREDIENTS
                                Mango puree - 1 cups (puree from about 3 mangoes)
                                Heavy whipping cream - 1 cups
                                Sugar - cup + more (1/4 cup of sugar is perfect to sweeten the cream + more as required as per your mangoes' sweetness)
                                Pure vanilla extract - 1 tablespoon



                                INSTRUCTIONS
                                1.Puree the mango with enough sugar to make it sweet.
                                2.Chill bowl, heavy cream and whisk in the freezer for 10 minutes for easier whipping.
                                3.Add cup of sugar to the cream and start beating it using whisk attachment till you get stiff peaks. Do not over beat otherwise it will curdle.
                                4.Then add pureed mango and vanilla.
                                5.Fold them in using spatula; pour it into a freezer safe shallow container. Cover it and let it half set. It will take about 4 hours.
                                6.Once half frozen then remove it to the blender and blend it into smooth, so ice crystal will break.
                                7.Pour it back to the same container. Cover with plastic wrap. Make sure that plastic touches to the surface of the ice cream. 8.Thus there will be no ice crystal on the surface once frozen.
                                9.Let it set completely. Scoop and serve.

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