Monday, June 30, 2014

Coconut Milk Ice Cream in Celebration of the National Ice Cream Month and Giveaway

In my home everyone anticipates the opportunity to cool off on a warm summer day with ice cream treats of all types. This July being the National Ice Cream Month, and the National Ice Cream Day is on Sunday, July 20th I will be partnering with Nielsen-Massey Vanillas to celebrate.  In celebration of Canada Day and the beginning of Ramadan, I made 1 quart Coconut Milk Ice Cream following the recipe from here.
Happy Canada Day and Have a blessed Ramadan everyone!
2 13-oz cans of coconut milk
1 3/4 cups sugar adjust to taste
2 teaspoons vanilla extract or vanilla powder
Shredded desiccated coconut and chocolate chips optional

Chill the coconut milk can at least 4 hours before making the ice cream. Starting with cold ingredients is important when making ice cream, as it makes the freezing process much easier. 

Blend the the coconut milk, sugar and vanilla until smooth. Give a quick taste and add extra sugar or vanilla to taste. Solid like shredded coconut and chocolate chips are added to the ice cream machine during the last 5 minutes of processing. 

Pour the mixture into the ice cream machine and process 20 to 25 minutes according to the manufacturer’s instructions. When it is done, transfer it to a freezer-safe container and smooth the top down with a spatula. Press a piece of plastic wrap to the surface of the ice cream and freeze overnight or until solid. This ice cream doesn’t really freeze hard and is easy to scoop right out of the freezer.
Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla Powder, has an alluring flavour of the Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla in an all-natural, alcohol and sugar-free powder. This powder is ideal for dry mixes, liquid or colour-sensitive recipes, such as icing, and flavouring for beverages. Elevate the flavour of all our cakes, cookies and pancakes with a sprinkle of this versatile powder. 

To replace vanilla extract in a recipe, simply measure the same amount of our Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla Powder and add. Available in 2.5-ounce jars. This product is Kosher and Gluten-Free Certified as well as All-Natural, Allergen-Free and GMO-Free. Check out the variety of Nielsen-Massey vanilla and join their conversations on Facebook and Twitter.

Giveaway:
If you are in US or Canada and would like to win your own Madagascar Vanilla powder then enter the giveaway below through the rafflecopter before July 20th. Please follow my social media links and leave comments to be eligible to win. 
Update: The winner is Nena

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72 comments:

  1. I live in Ontario, Canada. No I have never used vanilla powder before but would love to try it in rice pudding! (Judy Cowan)

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  2. I live in Ontario and I never even knew vanilla could come in a powder! I'll probably try it out in some cookie recipes. YUM!

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  3. I live in Ontario. Toronto :) I would love to use it in cupcakes, hot chocolate or anything! Looks and sounds wonderful!

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  4. Wow, this is neat. I have never seen vanilla powder like this before.

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  5. Thank you for the opportunity to win. I don't know if my prior message got through. I'm from Ontario. I would love to use it on cupcakes!

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  6. Omg this is the third time I'm trying to leave a message. I don't know if they are going through. Lol I would love to use this on cupcakes!! I'm from Toronto.

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  7. I live in BC Canada and I haven't tried the Vanilla Powder before and I'd make some tasty cookies for my grandkids!

    RAFFLECOPTER NAME is Anne Taylor

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  8. I live in Toronto, Canada and I have never tried this product before. I think I would like to add it to tea or oatmeal.

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  9. I am in Canada. I have used this vanilla powder before. If I win I will use it in cupcakes!

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  10. I live in NB. I haven't tried this before but would love to try it in cookies, drinks...

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  11. I live in Ontario, I haven't used this before, I would probably use it in a shake :)

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  12. I live in Toronto, ON and I have not used this powder before but would love to.

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  13. Yummy! This is pretty healthy ice cream!

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  14. until now use the essence , love to try powder now. hope its as good as essence.

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  15. I am from Ontario Canada, I have never heard of or tried vanilla powder before but this would be great to make homemade vanilla teething biscuits.

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  16. I'm from Ontario.
    I haven't tried this powder before but would use it to flavour icing.

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  17. delicious ice cream!! love to have it!!

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  18. I live in bc and I didn't even know there was such a thing as vanilla powder
    jan

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  19. I'm from Ontario. No I haven't used this powder before and would love to use it in baking,.

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  20. I live in Saskatchewan and I have never used Madagascar Vanilla powder before. I would make cookies with it.

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  21. I live in Ontario and no, never tried this powder before. I would love to use this to make Vanilla coconut sorbet!

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  22. I'm in NB, and I've never tried it before. I would make a vanilla latte with this.

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  23. I am in Canada. No I have not used this before and would use it to make cupcakes.

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  24. I live in Toronto, ON and I have never tried this powder before! I would probably make cupcakes, cookies and even put it in my morning matcha smoothie :)

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  25. I live in Ontario and have never tried Madagascar Vanilla powder before. I would love to use it in icing.

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  26. I am from alberta, canada and have never tried Madagascar Vanilla powder before but i think it would be awesome in baking!

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  27. I live in Ontario and I have never used it before. I would love to incorporate in my baking.

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  28. I am in Canada. I've never used Madagascar Vanilla powder before. I'd love to use it to make ice cream and baked goods.

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  29. This icecream is sooo irresistible and i want that bowl.

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  30. Coconut Ice Cream always sounds right to me :) ... Your version is healthy and easy!

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  31. I love your coconut ice cream, and the vanilla powder is new to me!

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  32. I live in Canada. I have not used this Madagascar Vanilla powder before but I would use it in baking and in flavouring coffee.

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  33. Hi Akheela, your coconut ice cream look good. Thanks for sharing your very nice recipe. Nice giveaway.

    Have a great weekend, Regards.

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  34. Ciao!!
    Cremoso e delizioso davvero!!:-P
    Felice week end

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  35. I live in Canada and want to make cupcakes with it.

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  36. This is an AHA moment. Why haven't I thought of using coconut milk for ice cream? I plan to do so now.

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  37. Looks so delicious...lovely recipe :)

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  38. I live in Ontario, Canada. I haven't tried this before. If I win, I'll make cupcakes!

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  39. I live in Canada. I love vanilla powder but have never bought any :(
    I love it sprinkled on my coffee. I would use it to make icecream and to make special coffees and on my oatmeal

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  40. I live in Newfoundland and I have never tried this powder before,but I would love to make muffins

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  41. I live in Canada-I have never seen this before (powdered vanilla of any brand|)-weird-I would try it as substitute to any recipe that calls for vanilla. I'll start with cookies.

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  42. I live in the US!
    I've never used Vanilla Powder, but it would be lovely in smoothies and pancakes!

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  43. i live in Alberta, Canada and no, have never tried vanilla powder. Would have to research how to use it.

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  44. Dale Steele NicolovJuly 12, 2014 at 9:11 AM

    Sounds exciting.Love to try it!

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  45. Dale Steele NicolovJuly 12, 2014 at 9:12 AM

    I live in NB,Canada.I have never used this powder before but would look forward to trying it!

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  46. I live in Canada. I have never used Vanilla Powder but I definitely would love to try it!

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  47. I'm in BC Canada. I have never used vanilla powder, but I would use it in pancake mix.

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  48. I'm in Chicago, in the US. I've never used Madagascar vanilla powder, but I'd love to try it. I bake all the time, and I'm thinking that muffins would be great with this.

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  49. I live in Canada and I have this high-protein, low fat cheesecake recipe that needs a strong but natural vanilla flavour

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  50. I live in Canada, have never used this vanilla powder before and would love to try it. I would probably use it in a blueberry muffin recipe.

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  51. I live in Canada, have never used this vanilla powder before and would love to try it. I would probably use it in a blueberry muffin recipe.

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  52. I live in Canada. I'd never heard of Madagascar or any other vanilla powder before. I think I'd make Double Vanilla ice cream using Madagascar Vanilla Powder and fresh vanilla beans.

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  53. I live in Canada. Never used the powder before. I would add it to my morning smoothie

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  54. I live in Canada. I have never used vanilla powder before and if I won, I would use the powder in making some french macarons.

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  55. I live in Canada - I have never used Madagascar Vanilla powder before - I would use it in pancakes and waffles

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  56. I live in the US and have never used vanilla powder before. Ice cream sounds like the perfect thing to use it in!

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  57. I live in Canada. I've never tried Madagascar Vanilla powder before. I'd use it in cookies but I'd also try it in my coffee.

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  58. Ive never used it but would like to! I live in canada

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  59. I live in Canada and I have never tried this before. I would definitely be using it for ice cream! Vanilla ice cream is my absolute favourite!

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  60. Live in Ontario, and think it sounds great. Would love to try it!

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  61. I live in Ontario, and this will be my first time to try the product. My wife has just let me off leash to make pastries and cakes, and this will surely be a nice addition to my pantry.

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  62. I live in Canada and I have never used it before but I would use it on cupcakes.

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  63. I live in Canada and no, I've never used Madagascar Vanilla powder before, I've actually never heard of it before. The first thing I would make would be rice pudding!

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  64. I am in Canada and have never tried it before - but I would like to try in in baking

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  65. I live in Ontario, and I have never tried this product before, but would love to try this out it would be great for rice pudding and for baking

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  66. I live in Canada. I've never tried this product before but I'd love to use it in smoothies, ice cream, and baking.

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  67. I live in MB
    have never tried it but would like to
    I would use it i baking

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  68. I live in Ontario. I haven't used this before, but curious how my whipped cream would taste using this
    (Debbie W)

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  69. I live in Canada. I've never used it before and I think I would make yummy pancakes with it.

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  70. I was so happy to learn that I won! Thank you, I can't wait to try it!! :)

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