to ice - avocado matcha icecream
Love my ice cream!!! Love my avocado!! Love my matcha!! Love my coconut!!
So imagine what happens in my brain when these ingredients come together!!!
Fireworks, lights flickering, endorphines, happy thoughts,...
This dessert takes me back to Copenhagen. I drooled over a picture on my friends Iphone. It was a dessert served at the newly opened Havfrauen, the latest restaurant of Frederik, the one behind the effortelesly cool Atelier September . It was Avocado Ice Cream served on a Moelleux au chocolat and dusted off with Matcha powder. Loooong, funny and a story filled with conincidences short... An afternoon of hesitation, and finally not ordering it.. turned into an evening with an abundance of the coveted dessert!
And let me tell you this... I licked it of the place, of my fingers, friends fingers,..
This recipe is not the recipe of Havfrauen, but it's one I found on the Surf-minded website The Inertia. It's vegan, dairy free, loaded with healthy fats, and doesn't contain cashews mostly found in vegan, dairy free, plantbased ice creams. It's very light, creamy, delicious when melted... you could actually eat this as a breakfast.. make a batch, freeze, and take out in the morning, add granola, macadamia nuts or pecans, some blueberrries..., what an amazing idea actually!!
Vegan Avocado Matcha Ice Cream
recipe from: The Inertia
recipe type: to dessert, to snack, to breakfast
food: glutenfree, vegan, plantbased, dairyfree
what do you need:
3 ripe avocados
1 1/2 cup milk (coconut or any nut milk works fine)
3 tbsp maple syrup or other liquid sweetener of your choice
1/4 tsp vanilla bean seeds or paste
1/2 tsp matcha green tea powder
1 tbsp coconut oil
optional: dark chocolate for dipping when making popsicles or drizzeling when serving scoops of icecream.
what to do:
blend all ingredients until smooth
Taste and adjust the sweetness as needed.
Pour into popsicle molds or in a container!
When serving, melt some coconut oil, add maple syrup and cacao powder. Dip the popsicles in them and sprinkle some macadamia crunch on top. Or drizzle over some scoops of ice-cream.
Raw chocolate sauce - small batch
2-3 tbsp of raw cacao
3 tbsp of maple syrup or honey
3 tbsp of coconut oil (melted)
In a bowl or in a pan (at a low medium heat), mix all the ingredients of the raw chocolate sauce until everything is well combined.
Raw Chocolate Sauce - bigger batch
1/3 cup raw cacao or carobe powder
1/2 (120ml) cup coconut oil - melted
1/4 (60ml) cup maple syrup
Mix all the ingredients in a bowl until you have a smooth and creamy sauce