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I miss ice cream. I never ate a ton of it before, but I did love a good bowl of it on occasion. And I was a sucker for a good homemade ice cream recipe any day! There is just something so therapeutic about it, don’t you think? Come on…I can’t be the only one. If I didn’t tell you this Mango Cheesecake Ice Cream is completely dairy free you’d never know it! It’s so rich and creamy and just as decadent as any premium ice cream brand on the market.
A couple weeks ago, I attended BlogHer Food. A huge food blogger conference that was held in Austin, Texas this year. I met some great people and learned a ton, but I had the most fun attending some of the parties in the evenings. The National Mango Board set up a fun party one night with the most amazing Jalapeno Mango Margaritas. I could have had a dozen of them…they were so good. Well much to my surprise, a beautiful box of perfectly ripe mangos appeared at my door last week. We ate some, but mostly, I made ice cream!
Oh yeah I won this beauty at BlogHer Food too! A Ninja Kitchen System is now proudly sitting on my counter and has been used at least every day since she arrived! Sweet! I used the food processor bowl to puree the mangos and also blend the ice cream ingredients smooth. It worked like a charm! I’ve seen them in retail stores all over, but they are on Amazon too!
So what makes this dairy free? Swapping out traditional ingredients with Tofutti brand products like Better than Cream Cheese and Sour Supreme (Better than Sour Cream). Soy Milk by itself does not a high enough fat content to give the ice cream a rich creamy taste, but adding in the Tofutti Sour Supreme gives it the boost it needs.
In all honesty though, there are two spoons in the photo, but I have no intentions on sharing with anyone. Not my kids, not my friends, not even Hubbyman! Nope…this bowl was all mine! They can get their own bowl of heaven!
**Prefreeze ice cream tub according to your instructions.**
Serving Size: 1/2 cup
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 380 Total Fat: 21g Saturated Fat: 14g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 6g Cholesterol: 6mg Sodium: 79mg Carbohydrates: 46g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 44g Protein: 5g
Disclaimer: I was provided product from the Mango Board and Tofutti and won the Ninja Kitchen. I was not required to post anything about these, but I love them so I did. Tofutti is providing the giveaway items.
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