So on the forum, I have read that one can not have too much heavy cream or butter (as long as that's not all that he eats). I also read that Eggs are totally fine to eat. So here's my ice cream recipe:
This makes around 1 quart of thick, very rich ice cream when whipped in the ice cream machine. I eat half to 1/3 of the quart a day.
Is there any danger to this? I thought fats, gelatin, and eggs were good for us, but how much is too much? I cannot tolerate cow dairy except grass fed butter and heavy cream. I can eat any goat dairy though. I end up consuming about a tablespoon of butter or coconut oil a day as I cook my vegetables and top sirloin with it. Am I eating too much fat?
I may try this. My (much lazier) approach is to buy frozen organic berries plus fresh bananas that I toss in the freezer.
I dish out frozen fruit and pour on either home-made yogurt or some heavy cream. No need for a machine or waiting--and it makes a sinfully good sundae.
I also tried blending frozen banana with whey from my yogurt to make a frozen paste, then mix with some yogurt and cinnamon--"cold banana pudding."
thank you for this recipe and reassurance to have ice cream. I am good not eating any dairy as i am lactose intolerant, but i have been trying to help my boyfriend stay on track with Paleo and he LOVES ice cream. I will have to surprise him with some homemade. :)
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