What better way to declare it's still summer than with frozen mango treats? To my surprise, mango lassis are relatively straightforward, and after looking up a few drink and ice cream recipes along these lines, I went for it, using my all-time favorite yogurt, Greek Gods Honey flavor.Read More
A great snack! Like bacon-wrapped dates but less greasy and more creamy. Drunken goat cheese is cured with red wine, which gives it a beautiful purple rind and the perfect tang.Read More
I found this recipe by searching for "gluten-free pumpkin bread" and then adapted it into a more treat-like form (mainly because I lost the bread pan I was planning to use). I may have actually forgotten to put the vanilla extract in - oops! It was still really good. Not too sweet and a great snack.Read More
The name may sound tediously good-for-you but don't be fooled! These have the texture of a moist cake and the added benefit of being gluten- and (mostly) sugar-free (not counting whatever sugar quotient is in the chocolate chips you use). Kind of a miracle.Read More
Debbi and I Vitamixed frozen peaches and condensed milk + bourbon-camomile-nectarine compote + blueberry-lavender-brandy compote + fruit/herb garnish bonanza. Yes, we took it too far!Read More
Recipe brought to us by Jessica Sax. We had a short-lived contest to see what these ridiculous things should be called and we kept saying “oh my god” as we ate them, so the name became clear.Read More
Found this great recipe, made even greater by making it non-vegan (surprise surprise) with the use of half-and-half instead of almond milk. It’s actually great with the almond milk too, I’d recommend doing a 1/2 teaspoon rather than 3/4 teaspoon salt. Great at breakfast, lunch and dinner.Read More
Ate this creation to fast to photograph it! So good.
Based on this recipe's proportions, I did a few things differently.
- 1 cup whole milk
- 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
- 3 large egg yolks
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 1/4 cup maple syrup
- 1 cup heavy cream, chilled
- 1 1/2 pounds fresh peaches, pitted and thinly sliced
Someone picked up the wrong almonds at the store, but they turned out soooo right!
This is basically the same recipe I’ve been using for Coconut Cherry Garcia gelato, but instead of cherries, add in a handful (maybe 1/3 cup?) of coarsely chopped tamari almonds. The sweet and salty really works. YUUUUUUM.
A friend was naming some bands at a recent jam band festival he attended, and this one sounded like it would make a fantastic ice cream flavor.
To make it, I used this trusty dark chocolate ice cream recipe and added hot pepper in the early stages and then chunks of banana and chocolate during the last 5 minutes it was churning in the gelato maker.
On one half: peanut butter and sesame seeds
On the other: maple syrup and flax seeds