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How To Make Oatmeal Delicious: Yummy Creamy Quick Oats Chocolate Kulfi


Once a chocolate lover, I am no longer fond of this dark beauty, which is universally loved by one and all (except me). But I had a desire to make chocolate kulfi and cake since I am at mom's palce, where brother and bhabhi love chocolate. An idea came to my mind to try out oats chocolate kulfi. The same day Satinder Wadhwa aunty requested a healthy chocolate kulfi recipe. I could not say no to her.




chocolate kulfi with oatmeal no cream no milk dairy free


chocolate kulfi  (feedback: Satinder Wadhwa aunty)

oats chocolate kulfi

This further inspired me to try my hands at something chocolaty, and this was exactly what I did. As you know about my love for oats, I wanted to include my favorite cereal grain in the recipe. This was primarily to create interest toward oats in my family, who are not oats fans.

When you do not have oats fans at home, what can you do to spark interest in them? After all, oats is one healthy cereal grain, with umpteen number of health benefits for men and women, including children.

Besides dietary fiber, oatmeal supplies your body with an array of nutrients and helps ward off heart disease, lower cholesterol, and keep you healthy and happy.

I am so happy the oats kulfi with chocolate was an instant hit with my brother and dad - brother does not like oats and dad does not like anything chocolatey.
But I blended both together, and the result was just awesome.

The oatmeal dessert was loved by everyone at home, including my toddler niece.
I wish I could capture a click of my cutie niece savoring the oats kulfi.

Enough of self-praise!

oats dessert
 Let's come back to the simple chocolate kulfi recipe that


  • is ready in a jiffy
  • does not require fancy ingredients, except chocolate and chocos
  • requires no heating
  • only requires churning and freezing
chocolate kulfi with oats
 Making this oats chocolate kulfi is as easy as blending all ingredients and setting in the freezer, topping the yummy, creamy delight with nuts and chocos for those crunchy bites.

Yes, you're done in an instant.
What more could you ask for?
If you are a chocolate lover and want an intense chocolatey flavor, you are free to increase the amount of chocolate in this recipe.
oatmeal chocolate kulfi


This is a foolproof oats chocolate kulfi recipe that will get you compliments from chocolate lovers!

Let's see how to make this delicious oats kulfi with chocolate:

How to make almond meal at home



3 heaped tbsp- roasted oats +3 tbsp water to soak oatmeal
1 1/2 chocolate dairy milk (small)
2 tbsp- milk powder
2 tsp- honey (more or less)
1 tbsp- almond powder
1 tbsp- almond meal (you may use almond powder instead - check the video above for homemade almond meal recipe)
choco chips
nuts
1 tbsp warm water


How to Make Oatmeal Delicious


  1. Dry roast oats. Grind to powder.
  2. Mix with 3tbsp water and allow it to soak for 10 mts.
  3. Oatmeal will become gooey and sticky. This is exactly what we want.
  4. Next add the wet oatmeal to the food processor.
  5. Drop in milk powder, almond powder, and a few choco chips along with chocolate pieces.
  6. Add honey and run the processor until everything combines thoroughly.
  7. Next add warm water and mix everything again.
  8. Now it's time to pour your oatmeal kulfi in a bowl and mix with chopped nuts and choco chips/choco flakes.
  9. Pour the mixture in kulfi moulds and garnish with almond meal.
  10. Set the oats kulfi in freezer for 3-4 hours or longer in hot weather.
  11. Enjoy yummy, creamy chocolate oats kulfi.
  12. The best thing about this yummy treat is my little niece loved it (though she will turn 1 on 6th of this month, her mom gave her this frozen delight to taste, and she wanted more of it). It was loved by one and all in the family, including my brother, who is not an oats fan. The first question he asked me was: what is it made of? I said: do not ask; just enjoy! Let me know how you find it. But he knew his oats lover sister would include oatmeal in all recipes. But thankfully, he approved the oats chocolate kulfi and it was a huge hit in the family. Dad and mom loved it too. Amit cannot say no!! LOL
feedback om chocolate ice cream by Satinder Wadhwa aunty 

More feedback from Parshotam Kaur aunty on chocolate kulfi with oats:

Comments

  1. Would love to try out this innovating ice cream Ravneet. Thanks for sharing :)

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    1. You will love it, Poonam.Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. Would love to try out this innovating ice cream Ravneet. Thanks for sharing :)

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