Halloween Vegan Ice Cream

Oct, 18, 2016

The purpose of our class today is to show you a use for your overripe fruit and vegetables before they become food waste, but also how to make a tasty, nutritious dessert or snack.

For the larger vegetables, we first steamed the main ingredients (pumpkin, beet, sweet yam), then cut them into long spears and froze.  We also did the spear and freeze process with the pineapple and banana.  This will allow your blender or ice cream machine to break down the frozen fruit easier.  We also filled two ice cube trays, one with greek yogurt and the other with coconut-based yogurt.  In a cold press juicer, we juiced the carrots, pomegranate seeds, and oranges to create ice cubes out of the juice.  All the recipes we made in the Yonana machine can also be duplicated in a blender, possibly adding a little liquid (milk substitute) to help the blender purify the ingredients.

Pumpkin Spice

  • 6 Frozen pumpkin spears

  • 1 Frozen banana

  • Pumpkin spice (or cinnamon/nutmeg)

  • 2 Greek yogurt cubes

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Sweet Yam

  • 2 Frozen sweet yam spears

  • 1 Frozen banana

  • 2 Coconut yogurt cubes

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Pomegranate Carrot

  • 2 Pomegranate/carrot juice cubes

  • 1 Frozen banana

  • 2 Greek yogurt cubes

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Pomegranate Carrot

  • 2 Pomegranate/carrot juice cubes

  • 1 Frozen banana

  • 2 Greek yogurt cubes

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Orange Beet

  • 1 Frozen beet (cut into thirds)

  • 2 Orange juice cubes

  • ½ Frozen banana

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*We do not recommend using the vegetables in your homemade ice cream, because the steaming process is timely and creates food waste.

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Halloween Vegan Ice Cream

2 thoughts on “Halloween Vegan Ice Cream

  • December 20, 2016 at 2:13 pm
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    • December 20, 2016 at 8:52 pm
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