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29 6 / 2013

This is the vegan Gianduja (pronounced Jan-doo-ya) ice cream recipe from Vegan A La Mode.  The flavor is amazing - so good! I used almond milk as my non-dairy milk, I also added 2 TB of Frangelico liqueur during churning. Tip: How to toast and de-skin hazelnuts.

This is the vegan Gianduja (pronounced Jan-doo-ya) ice cream recipe from Vegan A La Mode.  The flavor is amazing - so good! I used almond milk as my non-dairy milk, I also added 2 TB of Frangelico liqueur during churning. Tip: How to toast and de-skin hazelnuts.

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26 5 / 2013

A vegan Red Bean Ice Cream made with homemade red bean paste and an adaptation of this recipe. I got my raw azuki beans from the local farmers’ market, soaked them, blanched them, and slow cooked them for over an hour before mashing them. Yes, this tastes like the red bean ice cream I remember from my childhood!

A vegan Red Bean Ice Cream made with homemade red bean paste and an adaptation of this recipe. I got my raw azuki beans from the local farmers’ market, soaked them, blanched them, and slow cooked them for over an hour before mashing them. Yes, this tastes like the red bean ice cream I remember from my childhood!

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25 5 / 2013

This is an adaptation of Hannah Kaminsky’s Paradise Plum Ice Cream recipe.  This ice cream is vegan too, with the addition of tapioca syrup and alcohol to reduce iciness as much as possible. I actually made this ice cream with pluots, but the name  ”Tropical Pluot” (or “Paradise Pluot”) doesn’t quite carry the same charm, does it?

This is an adaptation of Hannah Kaminsky’s Paradise Plum Ice Cream recipe.  This ice cream is vegan too, with the addition of tapioca syrup and alcohol to reduce iciness as much as possible. I actually made this ice cream with pluots, but the name  ”Tropical Pluot” (or “Paradise Pluot”) doesn’t quite carry the same charm, does it?

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15 8 / 2012

My non-vegan adaptation of the Cherry Cola Ice Cream recipe in Vegan A La Mode. The original recipe calls for a reduction of 8 cups of cola to 1 cup but because I was impatient (and it’s 100 degrees in L.A.) I reduced 6 cups instead. The original recipe also calls for 1/3 cup of sugar and 1/2 cup of coconut milk (subbed here with heavy cream) but the result was so intensely sweet that I have ditched the sugar and increased the cream.

My non-vegan adaptation of the Cherry Cola Ice Cream recipe in Vegan A La Mode. The original recipe calls for a reduction of 8 cups of cola to 1 cup but because I was impatient (and it’s 100 degrees in L.A.) I reduced 6 cups instead. The original recipe also calls for 1/3 cup of sugar and 1/2 cup of coconut milk (subbed here with heavy cream) but the result was so intensely sweet that I have ditched the sugar and increased the cream.

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15 7 / 2012

VEGAN ice cream! For a non-vegan version replace the coconut milk & cream with regular whole milk and heavy cream. PHOTO

VEGAN ice cream! For a non-vegan version replace the coconut milk & cream with regular whole milk and heavy cream. PHOTO