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Milk free homemade ice cream
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Author:  saskmommyof3 [ Thu Nov 24, 2005 6:11 pm ]
Post subject:  Milk free homemade ice cream

I posted before that I had purchased an ice cream maker, and was looking for a really good recipe. I can not seem to find the previous discussion. I found this recipe in a food allergy cookbook. I am extremely happy with how well it works, and how it does not freeze into a rock, like the other recipes I tried did.

1 cup soy milk
2 egg replacements
1/2 cup sugar
1 1/4 cups nutriwhip
2 tsp vanilla

In a saucepan, combine egg replacement and sugar. Add soy milk snd cook over medium heat until mixture thickens slightly; cool. Blend in nutriwhip and vanilla. Chill several hours or overnight. Follow ice cream makers directions to freeze "ice cream" or simply pour into a container and freeze, stirring occasionally, while freezing so mixture does not become too hard.

Variations: To make chocolate chip " ice cream", add 1/3 cup chocolate chips to the mixture as it begins to freeze.

You can also add various flavors of nestles quik, or just about anything you can come up with, that you are not allergic too.

I also want to try "blizzards" with oreos.

Here is the link to the ice cream maker I have. It works really well. You just have to turn the handle every 2 or 3 minutes for 1/2 an hour. ... _high.html

Author:  ethansmom [ Wed Jan 18, 2006 11:30 am ]
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Just thought I'd let everyone know, I looked into this ice cream maker by calling Wilton's 1-800-794-5866 to see where they sell it in Canada and was told that it was discontinued. :(

Author:  saskmommyof3 [ Wed Jan 18, 2006 11:51 am ]
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I ordered mine from, I oder lots of kitchen/baking supplies from here, maybe they still have one, or maybe a similar one. I had also seen them at michaels craft stores.

If you type "ice cream makers" into the search on goldas kitchen web site, quite a few come up. They all seem to be electric, and do the mixing for you, after you freeze the bowl. That would be better. Maybe it was discontinued because the electric ones were more popular and much easier.

This is the only place I have ever ordered from online. It was recommended by wilton, for ordering in canada. Products arrived in just a few days, and have always been correct and I have had no problems associated with giving them my credit card number.

Author:  Shadow [ Wed Feb 15, 2006 11:18 am ]
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hi-would you please tell me what egg replacement is-I haven't had ice cream for ten years and I am really interested in your recipe-thx

Author:  saskmommyof3 [ Wed Feb 15, 2006 1:14 pm ]
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I used 1 tbsp oil, 1 tbsp water and 1 tsp baking powder = 1 egg, mix seperately and then add to recipe. Other people like to use a powdered replacement, but the oil/water/baking powder works great in this recipe.

Author:  Shadow [ Tue Jun 20, 2006 6:38 pm ]
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Have you tried the flavored soy milk in your recipe saskmommyof2 or do you use the omega 3--I bought a kitchenaid ice cream/sorbert and yogurt maker to try

Author:  saskmommyof3 [ Tue Jun 20, 2006 6:48 pm ]
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I had been using the omega original one, but I'm sure vanilla flavor would be nice as well.

Author:  _Susan_ [ Sat Apr 19, 2008 7:29 pm ]
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We bought this Hamilton Beech ice cream maker last May/June for Fathers Day. We got it t Wal-Mart. We have been very happy with it. ... php?page=1

Author:  _Susan_ [ Mon Apr 28, 2008 6:20 am ]
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We tried this recipe last night. It was really good. When it was first made it was much like Dairy Queen soft icecream but it did firm up nicely.
I might try to make Ice Cream sandwhiches with this ice cream, graham crackers and possibly melted chocolate (although that last part sounds pretty messy).

Author:  _Susan_ [ Sun Jul 19, 2009 7:19 am ]
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Bumping this thread!

Author:  Irenes [ Sat Dec 19, 2009 10:02 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Milk free homemade ice cream

I like to make Italian ice at home. You can boil sugar to turn it into a syrup texture, add a bit of syrup for added flavor and freeze.

Author:  gwentheeditor [ Sun Dec 20, 2009 2:17 pm ]
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I saw very nice Cuisinart ice cream makers on sale at Home Outfitters, fyi.

Author:  _Susan_ [ Tue Jul 19, 2011 8:41 am ]
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I love this recipe! I use 2 tbsp of cornstarch instead of 2 egg replacers because that's pretty much all it is and it works very well.

Author:  _Susan_ [ Wed Oct 05, 2011 9:14 am ]
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I love this ice cream! It's good with pumpkin or apple pie.
Nutriwhip is similar to Rich Whip. ... 4&pId=4633

Author:  _Susan_ [ Wed Jun 19, 2013 11:00 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Milk free, eggless homemade ice cream

This is my favourite ice cream recipe! It's also the favourite ice cream of many of my daughter's friends (who don't have allergies).

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