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Banana & Vanilla Pops with Salted Dark Chocolate & Crushed Roasted Almonds | Gather & Feast. Tahini-Vanilla & Cacao-Almond Bananaicecream. Mango and Coconut Ice Lollies. / Recipes / Mango and Coconut Ice Lollies Ingredients 1 ripe banana (about 200g) 1 ripe mango (about 320g) 5 tablespoons of coconut milk 1 tablespoon of maple syrup Method Simply peel the bananas and mangos and roughly chop them.

Then place all the ingredients into a blender and blend for a minute until smooth, pour into an ice lolly mould and freeze. My lollies needed to freeze for about 5 hours before they were ready to be enjoyed! These mango and coconut ice lollies are a dream. SALTED CARAMEL ICE CREAM — Sprouted Kitchen. 2 tsp. Real Vanilla Extract 1. Bring everything you are using out of the fridge, to get it close to room temperature. 2. Put the yolks in a large glass bowl, over a pot of just barely simmering water, being careful to not let the water touch the bottom of the bowl (double boiler method). 3. 4.

Apple Spice Sorbet. Before I begin, I just want to say how incredibly touched I was by your comments from the last post. It feels really amazing being supported by so many friends out there that I haven’t even met. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for embracing my humanness. It also sounds like many of you were relieved to hear my story – that I am not in fact, the perfect person you thought I was – so I suppose that bit of honesty went a long way. It made me realize that we need to remember we are all just people on a journey, and the more authentic we can be with one another, the better off we all are.

I know after sharing what I did, I feel allowed to be authentically me in this space, and that is pretty darn special. So with your support, I got back on the kitchen horse again. This sorbet, on the other hand, is light, refreshing, and the perfect way to welcome the fall season. How do ya like them Apples? But are apples all they are cracked up to be? Apple Spice SorbetServes 6-8 Directions: 1. Mocha Almond Fudge Vegan Ice Cream. The other day, Alex and I listened to a TED talk about “the secret to success”. The podcast claimed to share the key ingredient to being successful here on this crazy rotating blue-and-green sphere we call home. Over time, I’ve grown skeptical of empty promises, those messages screaming here’s secret to losing 20 pounds in 2 weeks!

20,000 Instagram followers in 2 days! Though I know it’s not that easy, sometimes I click those links, just to see if there’s something easy I’m missing. So, the secret to being successful in this life, according to that TED talk? A few weeks ago, a friend came to me with a challenge: a copycat Jamoca Almond Fudge ice cream recipe. Much as I hate to admit it, grit just might be that secret key. Why To Make it: It’s dairy-free (vegan), but you’d never know. When To Make It: AnytimeCaveats: You’ll need an ice cream maker and a bit of forethought: the recipe takes over 1 hour to make, then 4 hours to freeze prior to enjoying.

Mocha Almond Fudge Vegan Ice Cream. Chocolate & banana popsicle magic. Second recipe is yet another sweet treat. I hope you love sweets because you’ll see a lot of them here If you follow me on Instagram, you know I love me some banana ice cream, so I thought I’d bring it to my blog in popsicle form! I bought some cute silicone moulds online the other day – along with a waffle maker (!!!) , and I immediately put them to good use. The ones I got are very small in size. Like, very small. The main ingredient in this recipe is bananas. And they’re even better when paired with some awesome superfoods like Your Superfoods’ mixes, to bring these yummy treats to an even higher level. I used two of their products in this recipe: the Muscle Power mix, a complete plantbased 60% protein mix that contains all essential amino acids and additional energy boosting superfoods – maca and Luciathe Chocolate Lover mix, an excellent source of antioxidants, essential omega 3 fa­tty acids and vitamins thanks to its awesome ingredients – cacao, carob, coconut, chia seeds and lucuma.

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