Saturday, January 22, 2011

Coconut Ice Cream






Ingredients:

1.      1 cup coconut milk
2.      1 cup whipping cream
3.      1 cup milk powder
4.      1/2 cup sugar powder


Method:

1.      In blander add sugar, milk powder, coconut milk and whipping cream.
2.      Churn for 2 minutes or until sugar and milk powder is dissolved.
3.      A foamy mixture is ready. Pour into a box with a tight fitting lid.
4.      Now cover and place in the freezer for 3 - 4 hours.
5.      After 4 hours again churn in mixer jar.
6.      Allow it to freeze for another 5 - 7 hours or so.
7.      Enjoy.




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9 comments:

Wilde in the Kitchen said...

Thanks for sharing this recipe, I love the idea of coconut ice cream. It looks so simple to make!

The Travelling Chopsticks said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE coconut icecream...and this recipie looks so simple! Thanks for sharing!

Manu said...

Yum! I love coconut ice cream, it is so refreshing! And this is a very simple and delicious looking recipe! Thanks Daksha!

Beth Michelle said...

So refreshing for summer and would be just perfect with some mago sauce!!! Thanks for sharing.

Christine's Pantry said...

Love ice cream. Great recipe.

Nava.K said...

Beautiful transformation with the coconut and I like that little chocs on top.

Kelly @ Eat Yourself Skinny said...

What a delicious ice cream recipe, looks fantastic! :)

Jennifer said...

lovely recipe! i think i may be addicted to coconut milk :)

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious looking coconut ice cream

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