As you may already know, I've been in a war against kitchen gadgetry. There are practical reasons that I haven't retreated or surrendered: we move a lot… every year the size of our kitchen changes… I'm a Scroodge McDuck… etc… So finding a way to make ice cream without buying an expensive uni-tool was necessary for my once per year ice cream extravaganza.
Today, we're going to learn how to make cannabis-infused ice cream without an ice cream maker.
This method was the winner (like Bernie Sanders is in my dreams). The trick is to use full fat coconut milk (and to register as a democrat if your state requires it to vote for Senator Sanders in the primaries). It makes the finished product super creamy without a churning device (and would make America great for once).
If you make ice cream a lot, or if “make more ice cream” is something you've pasted on your 2016 vision board, this ice cream maker looks tits. And by tits, I mean it looks durable and according to reviews, folks seem to really like it.
Other than that, here's some other practical stuff:
- This recipe takes some time in the freezer and some elbow grease.
- If you plan on making this often or if you want to make several different kinds, you can freeze a big batch of coconut milk covered in the freezer for a couple of weeks.
- The farmer likes to put this stuff in his coffee.
- Bernie Sanders has not only openly supported state's rights for medical marijuana, he's also put in a bill to lift the federal law criminalizing cannabis. Holy shit.
- If you leave it too long in the freezer or don't store it covered, it can get freezer burn.
- You can take it out of the freezer 5-10 minutes before you want to eat it and it will get all creamy and be the perfect temperature.
Taah Daaaah! Yay for useful information!
Cannabis Infused Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream (Vegan & Paleo)
1. Line an 8X8 inch pan with parchment paper.
2. Shake up:
2 Cans of Full Fat Coconut Milk
3. Open and pour the cans of coconut milk into the parchment lined pan.
4. Freeze for a few hours or overnight.
5. Using a knife, cut ¼ chunk of the frozen coconut milk out of the pan. If it got super frozen, leave it out to thaw for a half hour to an hour.
6. In a food processor, combine:
Frozen Coconut Milk Chunk
1/2 t vanilla
1-2 T Maple Syrup
1/4 t Pumpkin Spice (or more to taste)
Pinch of Salt
1-2 t Cannabis Infused Coconut Oil (melted)
6.a. Stir in optional chunky ingredients (chunks of chocolate/cookies/hot fudge swirl/etc.)
7. Once Smooth, pour into a small glass container. Immediately put in the freezer.
8. Every 10 minutes, stir until it gets firm enough to scoop out (about 30 minutes).
Contains two 1 tsp Servings of Cannabis Infused Coconut Oil
Okay! Now without spell checking or even reading over what I just read, I'm going to toss this out onto the internet and go to bed. I'll be answering questions again after the new year… Lay em on me!
Paleo Edibles: Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream (Vegan, Keto & GF)Print Recipe
- 2 Cans of Full Fat Coconut Milk
- Frozen Coconut Milk Chunk
- 1/2 t vanilla
- 1-2 T Maple Syrup
- 1/4 t Pumpkin Spice (or more to taste)
- Pinch of Salt
- 1-2 t Cannabis Infused Coconut Oil (melted)
Line an 8X8 inch pan with parchment paper.
Shake up full fat coconut milk.
Open and pour the cans of coconut milk into the parchment lined pan.
Freeze for a few hours or overnight.
Using a knife, cut ¼ chunk of the frozen coconut milk out of the pan. If it got super frozen, leave it out to thaw for a half hour to an hour.
In a food processor, combine frozen coconut milk chunk, vanilla, maple syrup, pumpkin spice, salt, cannabis-infused coconut oil (melted).
Stir in optional chunky ingredients (chunks of chocolate/cookies/hot fudge swirl/etc.)
Once Smooth, pour into a small glass container. Immediately put in the freezer.
Every 10 minutes, stir until it gets firm enough to scoop out (about 30 minutes).
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