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Sunshine Ice Cream

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5 minutes prep

4hrs ready to eat


Thermo machine or stove and Icecream maker

•  1 cup milk

•  2 cups cream

•  ¼ cup honey

•  3 tsp turmeric powder

•  2 tsp cinnamon powder

•  2 tsp cardamom powder

•  4 eggs

Thermo Machine Method

     •  Insert butterfly, add ingredients to thermo, cook

        speed 2, 90C (194F) degrees, 10 minutes.

     •  Pour into ice cream maker and mix for 1.5hrs or

        until the mixture is ice cream consistency

     •  Put the icecream mixture into single serve ice

        cream molds and pop in the freezer for at

         least 2 hours


Stove Top Method:

      •  Add all ingredients to a pan, whisk to combine

         and, cook for 10 minutes on the stove on a

         medium heat while stirring (don't let it boil).

     •  Follow all remaining steps above  

     •  Note: Prep time will be 15 minutes if you use

        stove top as you need to the stir


Link to other ice cream recipes here


Ice cream takes awhile to chill as you are putting it into the machine hot.  You can put it in the fridge cool it first and it will be quicker but I prefer straight in as its one less step


You can replace the honey with rice malt syrup if you want to steer clear of fructose completely


These individuals serves helps because it makes you portion control and it also means to eat you just pop it out of the mold by running under hot water for 30 seconds.


You can also freeze in a larger container.  To eat simple put in the microwave for 15 - 20 seconds before you scoop some out.


Good news is turmeric is an anti inflammatory and cinnamon is good for regulating blood sugar and cholesterol so its good for you!


If you don't have an ice cream maker you can put the mixture in the freezer until solid (6-8hrs), then take it out, break it up and process in a blender or thermo until soft and return to the freezer.  This takes much longer.