Matcha “nice cream” and strawberry sundae

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Recipes, Summer

Vegetarian, Plant Based, Dairy Free, Gluten Free

This is a fail-safe, dairy free ice-cream that doesn’t need an ice-cream maker and goes perfectly with sweet, ripe strawberries! I love the matcha flavour which was inspired by a trip to Japan, but if you can’t get hold of any or it isn’t your thing, this recipe also works well substituting the matcha with 2 tblsp of cocoa powder or ½ tsp vanilla essence.

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Matcha “nice cream” and strawberry sundae
A fail-safe, dairy free ice-cream that doesn’t need an ice-cream maker and goes perfectly with sweet, ripe strawberries. Matcha can also be replaced with 2 tblsp of cocoa powder or ½ tsp vanilla essence
Prep Time 15 minutes
Passive Time 90 minutes
Servings
ml tub
Ingredients
Prep Time 15 minutes
Passive Time 90 minutes
Servings
ml tub
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. You’ll need a plastic tub that takes more than 500ml and is suitable for the freezer.
  2. Use an electric whisk to whizz together all of the ingredients for a few minutes until well combined and a little frothy. Pour into your plastic tub and put in the freezer. After 45 minutes, remove and re-whisk, breaking up any ice crystals. Repeat after another 45 minutes. This should be enough to give you a soft, creamy ice cream. Remove from the freezer about 20 minutes before you want to eat to let it soften.
To make into a Strawberry Sundae
  1. Ingredients: Handful of ripe strawberries Optional extras: crushed nuts/ chocolate sauce/ whipped cream or oat cream to top
  2. Chop up the strawberries and simply layer them with scoops of the nice cream into a tall glass. Top with any or all of the optional extras, or use your imagination and get creative! Great fun with children in the summer.
  3. You can also make into a Nice Cream Float, but putting one scoop of nice cream into a tall glass, pouring over sparkling water or lemonade and popping a strawberry in the top. Delicious on a hot summer day! 
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Matcha “nice cream” and strawberry sundae

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Recipes, Summer

This is a fail-safe, dairy free ice-cream that doesn’t need an ice-cream maker and goes perfectly with sweet, ripe strawberries! I love the matcha flavour which was inspired by a trip to Japan, but if you can’t get hold of any or it isn’t your thing, this recipe also works well substituting the matcha with 2 tblsp of cocoa powder or ½ tsp vanilla essence.


Print Recipe
Matcha “nice cream” and strawberry sundae
A fail-safe, dairy free ice-cream that doesn’t need an ice-cream maker and goes perfectly with sweet, ripe strawberries. Matcha can also be replaced with 2 tblsp of cocoa powder or ½ tsp vanilla essence
Prep Time 15 minutes
Passive Time 90 minutes
Servings
ml tub
Ingredients
Prep Time 15 minutes
Passive Time 90 minutes
Servings
ml tub
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. You’ll need a plastic tub that takes more than 500ml and is suitable for the freezer.
  2. Use an electric whisk to whizz together all of the ingredients for a few minutes until well combined and a little frothy. Pour into your plastic tub and put in the freezer. After 45 minutes, remove and re-whisk, breaking up any ice crystals. Repeat after another 45 minutes. This should be enough to give you a soft, creamy ice cream. Remove from the freezer about 20 minutes before you want to eat to let it soften.
To make into a Strawberry Sundae
  1. Ingredients: Handful of ripe strawberries Optional extras: crushed nuts/ chocolate sauce/ whipped cream or oat cream to top
  2. Chop up the strawberries and simply layer them with scoops of the nice cream into a tall glass. Top with any or all of the optional extras, or use your imagination and get creative! Great fun with children in the summer.
  3. You can also make into a Nice Cream Float, but putting one scoop of nice cream into a tall glass, pouring over sparkling water or lemonade and popping a strawberry in the top. Delicious on a hot summer day! 
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