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COLD * SWEET * CREAMY * PALEO Indulge yourself without giving up that healthy paleo lifestyle. With the delicious, dairy-free ice cream recipes in this book, you can delve into all your favorite flavors. Recipes range from the classics to the more sophisticated palate-pleasers, including: *Chocolate *Mint Chip *Cookie Dough *Banana Walnut *Strawberry Cheesecake *Salted Caramel *Cherry Vanilla *Chai Tea *Coconut Chocolate *Kahlua Almond Fudge *Mango Sorbet *Carrot Cake

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Love the recipes! 13 août 2014
Par Hello Happy - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I’m not an expert on the paleo diet, but I am very interested in the general concept and a good portion of what I eat could be considered paleo. My main concern though, is that it’s delicious! Since I don’t eat “regular” ice cream, I’m always looking for healthy alternatives so that I don’t feel deprived. I was excited to see all of the delicious varieties of dairy free frozen desserts in Paleo Ice Cream, like Strawberry Cheesecake and Butter Pecan. Mmmm!

Most of the recipes use coconut milk and are sweetened with honey, both of which I always have on hand. I do have a Cuisinart ice cream maker, which made it very easy to make. My daughter mixed up the ingredients for the simple chocolate ice cream the night before and added it to the ice cream maker the next day and it was done in about fifteen minutes. I was really excited to be able to enjoy smooth and creamy ice cream for the first time in a long time! I love the slight coconut flavor, which I think paired perfectly with the chocolate. Another favorite of mine is the Quick and Dirty Banana Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream, which only has two ingredients (banana and pumpkin!), plus spices. That’s my kind of dessert!

There’s also frozen custard style recipes that include egg yolks and that’s the next thing I need to try. The fruity sorbets sound fantastic, too. I loved the healthy homemade toppings, like no-flour cashew butter brownies, sunflower seed butter sauce and homemade magic shell! I’m sure it will become a regular in my cookbook collection!
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Not only will you find a treasure trove of great ice cream ideas in this book 17 août 2014
Par cultured cook - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Not only will you find a treasure trove of great ice cream ideas in this book, you'll also learn the basics of eating Paleo. Ben has included a handy list of typical Paleo ingredients, how to swap those out for more-mainstream ingredients, and tips to keep in mind when shopping for Paleo-friendly (and Primal-friendly) ingredients. He creates his ice cream recipes on three main "bases," so to speak, all of which sound divine: whole coconut milk, bananas, and cashew butter. From there, he launches into an inspired catalog of flavors ranging from Chai Tea to Kahlua Almond Fudge. Move over, Baskin Robbins!

Most of Ben's recipes also include egg yolks, but if you'd prefer to make vegan ice cream, you'll find recipes for that, too. Gluten-free folks will appreciate the fact that Ben's brownies and cookies and cones rely on nut flours and not wheat. The "Homemade Toppings & More" chapter is my favorite part of the book, actually--that's where you'll find lots of mix 'n' match recipes you can use in the ice cream recipes or simply enjoy all on their own. Coconut whipped cream, anyone? Sounds good to me!
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✔ Cavemen Would Have Liked These Recipes 5 août 2014
Par Bassocantor - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
This is a well-written and fun resource for all kinds of delicious recipes. The author is obviously in love with this product, and that enthusiasm is contagious. As I read the book, I began dreaming of devouring the ice cream described.

There are three types of recipes covered: traditional, banana, and cashew. Depending on which recipe you use, there are a lot of different variations of ingredients possible. You can substitute different ice cream bases, change sweeteners, and modify the consistency.

The author provides a complete list of ingredients, right at the start of the book, so you know what kinds of products to get. He also lists all the tools needed: An ice cream machine, blender, food processor, strainer, etc. Each recipe includes an overview of the recipe, the yield, and specific, step-by-step instructions.

The author does a little bit of contortions to explain how the term 'Paleo" matches ice cream, but it's all in good fun. It's true, Mr Hirshberg explains, the cavemen didn't really eat ice cream, but these recipes all use healthy, nourishing ingredients, so it's sort of the same thing.

All in all, a fun book, full of great recipes. Well-written and pleasant to read. Recommend!
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I like to buy the more paleo ice creams that are ... 18 janvier 2015
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I try very hard to not eat regular ice cream because when I do, I have digestive issues. Of course then, when I don't eat it I feel deprived. Sometimes, I like to buy the more paleo ice creams that are sold in health food stores, but they are very expensive. I'm not sure why, but it had not occurred to me that I could make non-dairy ice creams at home. Luckily I still own my ice cream maker. I also used a food processor and a Nutribullet to make some of the recipes.

I like that the author specifies which types of recipes can be modified/ experimented with and which can not. That worked well for me because after making the first one with honey, I decided I wasn't as fond of the honey flavor and made some with coconut sweetener and with agave nectar. Note that many of the recipes are made with eggs so if you are a person who avoids eggs, these may not work for you.

One of the issues I had with the recipes in the book that was challenging was that many of the recipes require you to make the mixture and then cool for 2-8 hours. I felt a bit like an impatient person because I wanted my ice cream NOW. Luckily, two of my favorite recipes gave me that instant gratification.

1) The first recipe I tried was the Butter Pecan ice cream with a coconut base. Quite tasty - I ate too much of it! The next day, the leftovers even tasted good without the pecan pieces on top.
2) The next one was Mint Chocolate chip ice cream, also with a coconut base. I liked it even better- except the waiting part.
3) The Banana Almond Butter Ice cream caused my 13 year old daughter to say loudly "This guy is a genius!". With only three ingredients, and the ability to eat it right away, I'm sure we will be making that recipe many times.
4) The Banana Nutella ice cream was just as popular in our house.
5) The Lemon Sorbet was very satisfying, I made it with agave nectar instead of honey and with real lemon juice. It tasted like the real thing, not some over-sweetened sorbet you buy.

I'm looking forward to trying some of the other recipes in the book such as Mocha Chip, Chocolate Raspberry, Chocolate Pomegranate and Cheesecake ice cream. There are many really unusual recipes in the book, flavors that would never have occurred to me such as Goat Cheese ice cream, Black Peppercorn and Green Tea ice cream. Maybe some day I'll branch into these other ones. For now, I'm content with the more normal flavors.
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Something for everyone. 20 décembre 2014
Par Courtney W. - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book has all the bases covered. No ice cream maker? There are instructions for making the recipes with and without a machine. Can't have eggs? There are vegan and sorbet recipes. Can't have nuts? This book has nut free recipes too. It also has banana free recipes for those who don't want a banana based ice cream. Need some inspiration for toppings and add-ins? There are recipes for sauces, toppings, cookie dough, brownies and even sugar cones.
With flavor options like Chai Tea, White Russian, Egg Nog, Pumpkin Pie, and so many more, you just might find a new favorite.
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