Fatsexythermo Raspberry Bounty Magnum
What can I say, I took a recipe I was making LCHF, and tainted it. Whoopsie. What a way to make a lot of people happy.
To flip it back to LCHF, you only have to melt a little bit of your 85% Dark Choc, with a dash of virgin coconut oil, and drizzle. Use some nuts for your added toppings.
Now this recipe does have a lot of ice-cream left over, for nice-creams breakfast bowls, or treats after dinner. You could halve the recipe and it would still work. I just wanted lots of ice-cream lol.
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- 400 g can coconut cream
- 400 g can coconut cilk*
- 2 tsp xylitol (no xylitol, and not LCHF, use honey instead)
- 495 g frozen raspberries
- 1 cup desiccated coconut
- 1/2 cup virgin coconut oil (melted and cool)
- 1 tsp xylitol (or replace with honey)
Chocolate Magnum Layer
- 150 g milk chocolate melts (you can make it dark, white, caramel, whatever you like)
- 10 g melted coconut oil
Sprinkles and toppings
- I used some chopped jellies (milk chocolate bits, chopped white chocolate, and pink chic pearls)
- * (you can use 2 cans of cream instead of milk for extra creamy)
- Add all ice-cream ingredients to Thermo bowl or blender
- Blend 30 sec / speed 5 gradually up to speed 7
- Check consistency, if not smooth, repeat blend
- Leave in bowl
For Bounty Layer
- Mix ingredients in a small bowl together
- Now you need to have your ice-cream containers ready
- Pour a little Raspberry mix in first (I did this through a funnel)
- Spoon in a layer of bounty
- Repeat layers, and freeze your ice-creams until frozen
- Chop all your sprinkle and toppings and have them ready to top your ice-cream while it is still runny
- Melt chocolate in microwave. I did this in 2 lots of 30 secs, and stirred in the oil to have a lovely glossy chocolate
- Sprinkle one side with sprinkles, lay on a plate and sprinkle with the rest.
- Drizzle extra chocolate over the top, or use white chocolate for a contrast.
- This is a treat and a half.