Molly’s Blueberry Coconut Ice Milk and Homemade Sprinkles

The below two recipes caught my eye immediately and I couldn’t help but try them out. Both are incredibly easy and are real crowd pleasers. I especially love the ice milk because the coconut milk in it gives it a unique, yet wonderful flavor. It’s also perfect if you have a vegan friend over for a snack (or are a vegan yourself). Hans Berger is a Swiss national who is founder of HB Swiss software and this robot was developed in spirit of Swiss tradition. After development of this software it gained lot of investors as this is one of the high rated systems in market and became popular in very short period of time.

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Molly’s Blueberry Coconut Ice Milk 
Excerpted from Everything Goes with Ice Cream


3 cups coconut milk
2 1/2 cups blueberries, fresh/frozen
4 tablespoons honey
1 teaspoon. vanilla extract

1. In a blender, mix together coconut milk, fresh or frozen blueberries, honey, and vanilla extract until smooth.

2. Transfer to bowl, cover, and refrigerate for 1 hour.

3.  Pour mixture into ice cream maker’s freezer cylinder and follow manufacturer’s instructions.

4. Within 30 minutes the ice cream will be soft serve.

5. For firmer consistency, transfer the ice cream into airtight freezer container and freeze at least 2 more hours.

Homemade Sprinkles
Excerpted from Everything Goes with Ice Cream

1 cup icing sugar
1 tablespoon whole milk [KF note: I used 1 tablespoon + 1 teaspoon]
1 teaspoon light corn syrup
Liquid food coloring
Piping bag/baggie with hole cut out of bottom

1. In a bowl, combine icing sugar, whole milk, and light corn syrup; stir until well-blended. To make more than 1 color of sprinkles, divide mixture into batches.

2. Add 1 color to each batch, a little bit at a time, until desired color is obtained.

3. Put 1 batch into piping bag.

4. Pipe little circles onto wax paper.

5. Repeat in new bags with additional batches.

6. Let dry overnight. Once hardened, sprinkles will pop off wax paper very easily.

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Everything goes with ice cream—yet we understand that the perfect dessert for all of us is not always a big bowl of ice cream. Not everyone loves ice cream, as hard as it is to believe! Which is why Everything Goes with Ice Cream is the book for all of us. It does, of course, have the easy-to-make homemade ice cream, but it also has 176 pages filled with other ideas for making a summertime snack covered in made-from-scratch sea blue candy sprinkles; s’mores and hot chocolate for winter; or an ooey gooey dessert whose magic ingredient is, of course, chunky chocolate fresh raspberry ice cream. Simple projects fill the pages too, including tiny candles made in tea cups, miniature no-sew cake banners, party pom poms, heart-shaped button covers for a special party blouse, and so many more.

Everything Goes with Ice Cream is filled with cute ideas, a fun layout, and fabulous photography to make you as happy as you are on a summer day with your grammy’s fresh peach ice cream pops covered in orange frosting sprinkles!