Dragon Fruit Matcha Ice Cream

Dragon Fruit Matcha Ice Cream

Cook Time
Preparation time: 15 minutes
Cooking time: 45 minutes
Total time: 60 minutes

Serving Size
4

About
I scream, you scream, we all scream for Matcha Ice Cream! This summer gives yourself a treat with a new flavor of ice-cream. Especially if you love green tea, you are going to fall hard for the Matcha ice-cream. Apart from its beautiful color, the taste is unique in itself. The earthiness of matcha plus the creaminess of ice-cream is pure indulgence. Give yourself the perfect boost of caffeine through this ice cream in summers. Top it up with your favorite nuts to give that extra crunch. If you love making vegan ice creams, then this ultra-creamy gluten-free, vegan ice cream is exactly what you need in your freezer all the time!

Ingredients
• ¾ cup coconut milk, canned
• ¾ cup coconut cream, canned
• ¼ cup sugar
• 1/8 cup golden syrup
• 2 tbsp Mantra Matcha: Rose Hip Dragon Fruit
• 1 tbsp vanilla extract
• ¼ cup pistachio and hazelnut, chopped

Instructions
Step 1: In a pot, add coconut cream, coconut milk, golden syrup and sugar.
Step 2: Heat the pot until the ingredients begin to simmer.
Step 3: Once the mixture starts simmering, remove it from the heat.
Step 4: add matcha powder and vanilla extract and whisk.
Step 5: Using an electric hand blender, blend the mixture in the pot for 30-40 seconds to remove any lumps.
Step 6: Pour the mixture in a container, seal with an airtight lid and place it in the refrigerator for overnight.
Step 7: Place the ice-cream machine bowl in the freezer to freeze overnight as well.
Step 8: set up the chilled ice-cream machine bowl in the ice-cream maker and pour the chilled mixture in it.
Step 9: Churn the mixture for about 20 to 45 minutes until the mixture attains the consistency of a soft-serve.
Step 10: Scope out the soft-serve ice cream and transfer it to a loaf pan, smooth out the surface, and sprinkle chopped pistachio and hazelnut on the top.
Step 11: Cover it with aluminum foil and place it in the freezer so that it sets properly.


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