Have you ever thought of mint in ice cream? The refreshing taste of mint goes so well with this dairy-free rich ice cream. The natural light green colour is very attracting for sure.
Coconut milk: 1 cup
Almond milk: 1 cup
Vanilla Pod: ½ or 2 -3 tsp vanilla essence
Honey: 2-3 tsp or per taste
Mint leaves: 6
Extract coconut milk at home. Read here to know more.
For almond milk, soak about 20-30 almonds overnight.
Wash the soaked almonds well, remove skin and churn in a mixie with 1 cup water.
You can churn well to ensure there are no granules of almond left. Alternately, run this milk through a sieve
Take fresh mint leaves, wash them well and blend along withthe coconut milk, almond milk, vanilla, honey.
Freeze it and the icecream is done!
Optionally you can add some cacao powder to the mixture while blending so you have a chocolate mint ice cream which is a popular flavour available at ice cream parlours.
Food group: Nuts
Best time to eat: After meals. Can be combined with other food groups except fruits.
Great way to up natural oils and fats for kids.
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