All posts tagged: ice cream

Nectarine Galette: a BBQ Dessert {sponsored}

Your BBQ can be used for more than just meat and veggies. You can even roast some delicious desserts like this nectarine galette. Use a pizza stone like thePizza Stone & Trayfrom Weber Grill. The roasted nectarine galette topped with sour cream ice cream is the perfect guilt free summer dessert! Are you a sweet tooth? You’re gonna love it then, I promise! JJust look how easy it is to prepare this little dessert! Don’t forget to prepare the ice cream first and heat up your BBQ with the pizza stone on it to a temperature of 240°C. The best thing is to use a gas barbecue, as you can regulate the heat with it. I use the Weber Q2200gas barbecue. Never put the stone on the grill afterwards because it may crack due to the high degree of heat difference. Recipe Inspiration Ice Cream: sour cream, Greek yoghurt, honey Short-crust pastry for 4 galettes: 170g flour (a mix of almond flour, oat flour and flaxseed flour) a pinch of sea salt 2 tbs honey …

Chia pudding with Matcha Ice Cream and Cashew vanilla cream

Matcha Chia Pudding

I’m a breakfast person. I love it healthy and super tasty. So I made delicious Chia Pudding with Cashew Cream and Match Ice Cream. It’s so simple and so yum! You should give it a try. INGREDIENTS:  Chia Pudding: coconut milk, chia seeds, cinnamon Cashew Cream: soaked cashew nuts, water, vanilla Matcha Ice Cream: frozen bananas, matcha powder, ground tonka bean Topping: cacao nips, puffed amaranth    

Chickpeas Ice Cream Cones

To get the best ice cream experience you need a good ice cream cone! Have you ever head chickpeas cones? The moderate taste of the chickpeas supports the taste of the ice cream. No matter what kind of ice cream. As I’m a huge fan of cardamom I flavored the cones with it. It gives the ice cream cones a slightly oriental touch. INGREDIENTS: roasted chickpeas flour, whipped egg withes, cardamom, sugar

chocolate nice cream cones

Chocolate Nice Cream

Summer finally arrived in Switzerland! I need something ice cold, like ice cream but healthy. That’s why I am a huge fan of nice cream (=nice (and healthy) ice cream). It is so healthy, you could even eat it for breakfast. I do sometimes :-). For a nice crunch I add some taco nips to the ice cream. Yummy! Here I made some oriental cones with chickpea flour and a slight taste of cardamom. They are not as healthy as the ice cream but anyways they look so pretty and taste so good. I love to decorate the cones with chocolate and pistachio trimming. And the best about this ice cream: Unfrozen it is a super delicious chocolate pudding! INGREDIENTS Chocolate Nice Cream: avocado, banana, caco powder, soaked dates, soaked cashew nuts, caco nips, vanilla, agave syrup, almond milk Cones: chickpea flour, butter, sea salt, powder sugar, egg withe, vanilla, cardamom. Trimming: chocolate, pistachio