Your favorite Christmas drink transformed into a creamy, vegan coconut milk Ice cream. Healthy, easy and perfect for the holidays!
I have the worst timing for things.
I give you ice-cream…..when 3/4 of the United States of America is having some sort of cold front.
You think I’m crazy.
How-ev-er, let me tell you why I give you ice cream. You know why? Because I have been making it every single day. Sometimes even for dinner. Let me just set the record straight: It was a homemade frozen yogurt recipe, so it’s permissible.
You’re still judging me.
An-y-way. I got the Kitchen aid ice-cream attachment as an early Christmas gift. Read: my parents shipped it to my house and I totally forgot they told me not to open any parcels until Christmas morning.
Ok, let’s ignore my lack of listening-to-parental-units skills and talk about this ice cream. I can’t even call it ice cream ’cause there ain’t no cream in sight here. This is made purely from unsweetened almond milk and coconut egg nog. Guys, this stuff is goooood. I am not a huge egg nog fan, unless it’s eggnog egg custard, but Mr. FFF is. When I told him I was making egg nog ice cream, you should have seen his face. I’ll give you a hint, it resembled a slightly more human version of this: :D.
Then, I told him that it was vegan.
Whomp Whomp Whomp.
Let’s just say there was A LOT of protest and thoughts that is was going to be the worst food ever to exist on planet earth. Think of the worst thing you can think of and then times it by 4 zillion. Now you know what Mr. FFF thought of my healthy ice cream recipe idea.
Anyways, into the freezer it went. Out came super smooth, creamy (without the cream) and flavour-through-the-ceiling, ice cream. Seriously guys, I kinda had low hopes for this. Because 1) my first ice cream ever 2)No cream. You know what, It even changed the tune of the hubs. He tasted and said “wait, I don’t think I got enough of a taste, let me just try again.” and by “try again” he meant eat half the tub in a sitting.
I’ll let you in on a secret: Aside from being always a good idea, adding booze to homemade ice cream makes it super duper extra creamy dreamy smooth. I also used agave because 1)its natural, yay, and 2) liquid sugars tend to not crystalize as fast as their solid counter-parts, which also lends to extra smooth ice cream.
Basically, this coconut nogg is your new favorite Christmas drink. That you can eat. You’re mind is boggled.
It’s cold out and the last thing you want is something else that is cold. I know. But I am leaving you with 2 final thoughts:
1.) Booze and ice-cream. Together.
2) Rum is a really good way to warm up.
Think about it.
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