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25 9 / 2013

I am not a big fan of peanut butter in candies and desserts (I only like it on toast or in satay/savory sauces) but as I get lots of requests for ice cream with peanut butter in it, I keep an open mind. I make the ice cream. :) When Charles requested a flavor with peanut butter or ginger in it for his birthday, I thought of Jeni’s Bangkok Peanut Ice Cream.… I also mixed in some chopped candied ginger pieces. Happy Birthday, Charles!

I am not a big fan of peanut butter in candies and desserts (I only like it on toast or in satay/savory sauces) but as I get lots of requests for ice cream with peanut butter in it, I keep an open mind. I make the ice cream. :) When Charles requested a flavor with peanut butter or ginger in it for his birthday, I thought of Jeni’s Bangkok Peanut Ice Cream.I also mixed in some chopped candied ginger pieces. Happy Birthday, Charles!

06 6 / 2012

Ice Cream for Dogs!

The Pawfect Parfait can be made without an ice cream maker (just stick in the freezer), but I used an ice cream maker anyway because my Boston Terrier is an extremely picky eater and I wanted to get the creamiest texture possible. Might I add, this ice cream can also be enjoyed by humans.

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*UPDATE -  My Boogie loves the ice cream even though he doesn’t eat banana. Click for reviews from our doggy critics!

Thank you also to Benjie, Chumley and Charlie for testing the Pawfect Parfait.

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02 9 / 2011

*I couldn’t find any recipes for Peanut and Kaffir Lime ice cream online so this was a bit of a gamble. At first I was nervous that the ice cream would taste too peanut buttery (in a bad way) but I think I used just the right amount of peanut butter. Any more than 3 TB might be too much. If I made this flavor again, I might try adding crushed/ground peanuts instead of peanut butter.
Reference: “Bangkok Peanut” ice cream recipe from Jeni’s book

*I couldn’t find any recipes for Peanut and Kaffir Lime ice cream online so this was a bit of a gamble. At first I was nervous that the ice cream would taste too peanut buttery (in a bad way) but I think I used just the right amount of peanut butter. Any more than 3 TB might be too much. If I made this flavor again, I might try adding crushed/ground peanuts instead of peanut butter.

Reference: “Bangkok Peanut” ice cream recipe from Jeni’s book