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mgaretz

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I use a vanilla mix (non-dairy) from Precision Foods.  I will use some kind of nut milk with it instead of water (these days I have been using unsweetened cashew milk) and flavoring.  I am not making soft serve but I am churning and freezing it like normal ice cream, but it would be soft serve if eaten immediately after churning or, I'm assuming, made in a soft serve machine. I also found if you want to keep it scoopable when frozen, adding vegetable glycerin does the trick.

 

My recipe is:

 

200 grams of mix

16 oz (liquid measure) of unsweetened nut milk (or soy or coconut)

1 tbs vegetable glycerin 

approx 1/4 cup of flavoring if liquid or 4-5 tbs of powder like peanut butter powder or cacao.

 

Here's a recent batch of peanut butter banana with hand chopped dark chocolate.  4 tbs powdered peanut butter and 1/4 cup Torani banana flavor. 

 

pb-ban-chips.jpg.c0ad8f49938cd494aebc19ca13b59895.jpg

mgaretz

mgaretz


Added pic

I use a vanilla mix (non-dairy) from Precision Foods.  I will use some kind of nut milk with it instead of water (these days I have been using unsweetened cashew milk) and flavoring.  I am not making soft serve but I am churning and freezing it like normal ice cream, but it would be soft serve if eaten immediately after churning or, I'm assuming, made in a soft serve machine. I also found if you want to keep it scoopable when frozen, adding vegetable glycerin does the trick.

 

My recipe is:

 

200 grams of mix

16 oz (liquid measure) of unsweetened nut milk (or soy or coconut)

1 tbs vegetable glycerin 

approx 1/4 cup of flavoring if liquid or 4-5 tbs of powder like peanut butter powder or cacao.

 

Here's a recent batch of peanut butter bananawith hand chopped dark chocolate.  4 tbs powdered peanut butter and 1/4 cup Torani banana flavor. 

 

pb-ban-chips.jpg.c0ad8f49938cd494aebc19ca13b59895.jpg

mgaretz

mgaretz

I use a vanilla mix (non-dairy) from Precision Foods.  I will use some kind of nut milk with it instead of water (these days I have been using unsweetened cashew milk) and flavoring.  I am not making soft serve but I am churning and freezing it like normal ice cream, but it would be soft serve if eaten immediately after churning or, I'm assuming, made in a soft serve machine. I also found if you want to keep it scoopable when frozen, adding vegetable glycerin does the trick.

 

My recipe is:

 

200 grams of mix

16 oz (liquid measure) of unsweetened nut milk (or soy or coconut)

1 tbs vegetable glycerin 

approx 1/4 cup of flavoring if liquid or 4-5 tbs of powder like peanut butter powder or cacao.

 

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