image url=""Seems like I am making too much cake recently (is that possible? Mmm. No.) rather than enough ice cream (is there every enough ice cream?image class="left" url="" Mmm. No.). But anyhow, cake into glaciers cream. NO CHURN. As well easy. Too, as well easy.

There are a bunch of recipes around for simply no churn, but the most popular seems to be a base of simply three ingredients: sweetened condensed milk (heaven), whipped cream (heaven) and vanilla (heaven). Therefore, already heaven in my mouth.image class="left" url="" Add in whatever mix-ins you want and you possess ice cream in only a couple of hours rather than more than a day as you wait for your churn canister to freeze. I love this.

The original recipes I came across for Brazil Nut wedding [[ honey almond cake]] are very simple and also contained sweetened condensed milk, in addition to cocoa liquor, coconut and Brazil nuts. I used my mad improve skillz which recipe borrows those flavors and contains cocoa powder, espresso liquor (because, yo, coffee!), toasted coconut and toasted Brazil nut products.

I cannot help myself. Somebody come take this away. I think I just broke myfitnesspal.

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Back to the glaciers cream. Turns out I'm a tiny texture junkie when it comes to ice cream, an undeniable fact that at the moment dawns on me. I think I never thought I was because I always tend to place my texture In the soft and creamy base and then combine it in. In my own desire to include lots of structure to this glaciers cream, I found myself a wee bit disappointed. The toasted coconut flakes dropped their crunch and finished up tasting a little wonky as a result. If I had been to make this again, I'd garnish with the coconut by the end rather than mixing up it in right away. Something to consider.

1 tsp vanilla extract

2 TB Kahlua liquor

1/3 cup shredded coconut, lightly toasted and cooled

6 TB unsweetened dark cocoa powder

In the plate of electric mixer, add the whipping cream and beat to stiff peaks.

In another small bowl, combine the sweetened condensed dairy, vanilla, Kalhua and cocoa natural powder. Blend until well combined.

Over time, gently fold the whipped cream into the sweetened condensed milk mixture, careful never to deflate the cream too much. Fold within the nuts and coconut.

Freeze until sound, at least 4 hours. Enjoy!

If you like crunchy coconut, rather than adding it to the bottom, add it for a few crunch at the top

But let me tell you what I must say i think…

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OH NO! I believe i convinced myself that snow cream just could not be made lacking any ice cream manufacturer…and in some way I by no means googled this. Move me! Now I'm going to need to make no churn glaciers cream.

The type of container would you store it in in the freezer?

Love glaciers cream, coconut and Brazil nut products! I'm sure this is a classic combo.

It is rare which i see Brazil nuts anymore, even in mixed nut products.
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