Yolanda’s Ice Cream

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Ingredients


1 can cold coconut milk
1 1/2 cup agave
1 whole vanilla bean or 2 tbs. vanilla
1/2 tsp guar gum or xanthum gum
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp. liquid Stevia
Almond milk or soy milk to fill line

Instructions

Mix all ingredients together in 2 quart frozen
Cuisine Art IceCream Maker and mix until done.

Top Ingredient Benefits

  • Coconut milk is rich in electrolytes such as potassium, magnesium and phosphorous. Potassium is important for maintenance of a normal heart
  • Agave is a healthy alternative to table sugar because it has less glucose and glycemic index (GI).

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Benefits of this Recipe

Yolanda’s Ice Cream is simple to make but it is rich in nutrients. The ingredients used to make this recipe are well balanced. The balance is aimed at ensuring the sweetness is not complimented.

coconut milk

Coconut milk is extracted from coconuts and it is a white substance since it is extracted from mature and flesh coconuts. It is rich in nutrients and it is highly valued as a weight control diet as well as cholesterol cutting diet.

Agave

Agave is a healthy alternative to table sugar because it has less glucose and glycemic index (GI). By having healthy sugar, it means the body absorbs agave into the bloodstream in a delayed manner meaning the insulin needed is much less.

vanilla bean

 Vanilla is sweet but it has lower calories when compared to sugar and therefore it can act as a great alternative for sugar. Replacing sugar with vanilla can help you reduce the risk of having high blood sugar which has become an alarming problem in the current world.

 guar gum

Guar gum is commonly used to add flavor and to achieve the required texture when preparing a meal. Having the right texture helps in balancing temperature and PH levels. The gum also ensures food is held together smoothly and therefore serving is made easy. Especially where presentation is critical.

Liquid Stevia

One way to ensure the food you consume is safe is ensuring the sweetener added is of low calories. Refined sugar gets absorbed into the blood very fast and therefore having liquid stevia as an alternative is a big plus. Less sugar also helps in preventing teeth cavities and therefore having it in a recipe is a big win.

   Almond milk

Having a high level of cholesterol is the starting point of having all types of illness. Many think that exercises are all you need to lower cholesterol but what you eat also contributes. Almond is good at burning fats and therefore they can help you maintain a healthy heart.

 

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