Start to work on your irrational fear of sugar (and ice cream). Ben & Jerry’s has so many ingredients that shouldn’t be in ice cream.
Traditional Ice cream are made with milk, cream, eggs, and sugar, plus the flavor it is, say coffee beans for coffee flavor.
Ben & Jerry’s coffee and toffee flavor has 19.
And yes, it’s high in calories.
But imagine how you would feel if you made some ice cream, or found some like the kind I described (they do exist!), and enjoyed a scoop, with your partner, or friend, by the pool, or even in it.
So many of life’s problems melt away, in the face of calm, rational behaviors, that support your body.
Traditional foods including ice cream, when properly made, totally support your digestion, energy, and metabolism.
Just manage your dose.
Coffee & Condensed Milk Ice-Cream / Yields 6 (approx. 800ml)
- 300 ml double cream
- 175 grams condensed milk
- 1-2 tbsp instant espresso powder
- 2 tbsp espresso liqueur (optional)
- 2 tbsp Way Up Collagen
#PROTIP You can modified this to make a chocolate ripple ice-cream. After whipping the chilled vanilla, condensed milk and cream you can then swirl chocolate ganache (pour a half cup cream brought to the boil over 50g dark chocolate) through it before freezing. Dangerously delicious!
- Whisk all the ingredients together until soft peaks form, and you have an airy mixture.
- Then fill 2x 500ml airtight containers, and freeze for 6 hours or overnight.
- Serve straight from the freezer.
Rebecca is the Co-Founder of The Way Up and is fast becoming one of the world’s leading experts in regenerative nutrition for women. Rebecca’s mission is to see more women break free of fad diets, cheap supplements, and to help women of any age uncover their energetic, powerful best. After overcoming her own battles with dieting, low thyroid and auto-immune, she’s dedicated to making regenerative nutrition mainstream.