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    I also bought an ice cream maker a couple of months back :-). Here are my creations so far:

    Goat's cheese, fig and honey iced yoghurt

    150 g soft goat's cheese
    10 soft dried figs finely chopped
    8 teaspoons of honey
    450 g goat's yoghurt

    Blend and freeze.


    Banana ice-cream

    3 bananas sliced in half and fried in butter
    3 measures of dark rum
    150 g clotted cream
    450 g goat's yoghurt

    Blend and freeze.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paleo-bunny View Post
    Goat's cheese, fig and honey iced yoghurt

    150 g soft goat's cheese
    10 soft dried figs finely chopped
    8 teaspoons of honey
    450 g goat's yoghurt

    Blend and freeze.
    Omg that sounds divine. When I went to Italy, my favorite house blend at my favorite gelato place was a marscapone, fig, and honey combination.

    I want an ice cream maker now...

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    Yes, when I googled it I soon discovered that this was not an original combo!

    Go treat youself to an ice-cream maker. I had to because I believe in the healing powers of ice cream but am intolerant to cow's casein.
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    +1 on goat's cheese ice cream. Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream does an unreal goat cheese cherry ice cream that tastes like the most amazing cheesecake you've ever had!
    Just wish it wasn't $13 per pint. The other part of me is glad that it is or I'd be eating their ice cream ALL. THE. TIME!

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    Quote Originally Posted by paleo-bunny View Post
    I also bought an ice cream maker a couple of months back :-). Here are my creations so far:

    Goat's cheese, fig and honey iced yoghurt

    150 g soft goat's cheese
    10 soft dried figs finely chopped
    8 teaspoons of honey
    450 g goat's yoghurt

    Blend and freeze.


    Banana ice-cream

    3 bananas sliced in half and fried in butter
    3 measures of dark rum
    150 g clotted cream
    450 g goat's yoghurt

    Blend and freeze.
    Oh boy!

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