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Dairy Free Coconut Milk Ice Cream
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Servings: 6-10
Preparation Time: 5 minutes

  • 4 pastured egg yolks
  • 4 cups coconut milk*
  • 3 tablespoons fine organic cane sugar (you can whiz it up in a food processor to make it extra fine)
  • 16 drops stevia (vanilla cream tastes great)
  • 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract

Mix all the ingredients together in a blender, mixer or food processor, until thoroughly combined. Chill completely in the fridge, at least 4 hours or overnight. Prepare according to your ice cream maker's instructions.

* For the freshest coconut milk make homemade coconut milk. (See video at this link.)

Recipe submitted by Jessica, Denver, CO

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Looks yummy, but can you use honey or sugar in place of the stevia? Thanks!
# Posted By Angie | 11/28/11 6:06 PM
Angie: the recipe already has sugar. All sugar or honey should work perfectly well.
# Posted By Sarah:) | 11/29/11 12:19 AM
But it said at first you don't need an ice cream maker...? Do you just whiz it in the blender again?
We make frozen fruit "ice cream" in the blender, so it seems that would do the trick.
I will have to try this!
# Posted By FairyToes | 11/29/11 1:01 AM
Oh! That's right! I don't think I saw that. Thanks! :)
# Posted By Angie | 11/29/11 3:00 PM
If you freeze the mixture, then use a juicer like the Champion,or any simular type Juicer. You just feed the Frozen mixture into the feed tube and you get wonderful Ice Cream. Try adding Frozen bananas to the mixture. You need to peel the bananas and freeze them whole. just run some of the frozen coconut mixture through and the alternate with a frozen banana.
# Posted By Emma | 11/30/11 1:37 AM
I do not see where it says you don't need an ice cream freezer. I must be missing something.
# Posted By Charlotte Moore | 12/1/11 4:47 AM
Nope. This recipe calls for an ice cream maker.
# Posted By Sarah:) | 12/1/11 12:21 PM
Why do you need eggs in the ice cream? I make ice cream in my ice cream maker all the time and never use eggs. What purpose do they serve?
# Posted By Sharon | 7/6/13 6:07 PM
Sharon - Eggs improve texture and flavor. Ice creams with eggs are usually richer, creamier, and will hold a better consistency than the ones without.
# Posted By Sarah S. | 7/7/13 1:38 AM
Can I make this without sugar and just stevia? would I need more stevia? Having fungal issues and can't use any sugar. Thank you
# Posted By Jerri-Lynn DeGayner | 10/15/13 9:45 AM

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