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Is It the Best Chocolatey Dairy-Free Kulfi (Sugar-Free VEGAN Ice Cream Without Banana) #veganicecream

 Kulfi to bahut pasand hai mujhe lekin uske ingredients kabhi kabhi darate hai.. but if i say we can make a creamy delicious kulfi without dairy cream and sugar, would you believe? for example, this chocolaty vegan ice cream uses homemade 1-ingredient coconut cream as fat and dates as a sweetener. It's a simple and easy kulfi recipe that requires you to blend together frozen coconut cream. if you want the recipe of making cream of coconut at home, check here

ingredients 1/4 cup- coconut cream from one coconut (frozen) 1/2 cup-coconut milk from the same coconut 8-10 dates or more or less- depending on your sweet preference (soaked) 1 tbsp- cacao/cocoa powder nuts of choice

Blend coconut cream with soaked dates and cocoa or cacao powder. what's the difference between cocoa and cacao powder? 

next add coconut milk and we are all set to freeze our dairy-free chocolate kulfi base. freeze it for 2 hours and then blend it again. 

now add a spoon of kulfi in kulfi molds along with nuts. freeze for 5 min. the idea is to let the nuts stick to the sides of the molds. 

you can pour your kulfi mix once again and freeze the vegan ice cream with dates for 2-3 hours.

unmould and enjoy a healthy ice cream, which is chocolaty and not coconutty.

How to make coconut cream at home

Cocoa powder versus Cacao powder


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