How To Prepare Vegan Ice Cream At Home

These days more and more people are switching to a vegan lifestyle, whether for animal rights or for health reasons but the meat consumption is decreasing. The vegan diet has really made people think about what they are giving to their digestive system and have come across lots of nutritious and tasty benefits of going vegan. We can thank to celebrities for taking Veganism up to that mark where people come to know health benefits and a greater availability of vegan foods and desserts.

Being vegan means meat, eggs, milk, honey, gelatin, fish and most importantly cheese is out of your menu. People adopting Veganism for a variety of reasons such as Vegetarian diet is high in fibers and proteins and low in bad fat and cholesterol. It also reduces the risk of heart attack which is one of the major health risk factors among people in US as well as obesity is also increasing across the globe. People consuming red meat regularly are at higher risk of developing color cancer than people on a vegan diet.

As the summers are approaching and the craving to eat something cool and sweet is going up, more people head toward the ice cream parlors, but as ice creams are made using dairy products so eating them for the people living on a vegan diet is out of the question. But the vegan ice cream can also be prepared with soy milk, coconut milk, almond milk, rice milk containing no dairy products. But the same consistency and thickness as the dairy ice cream has, is difficult to get with soy, almond and rice milk. Coconut milk is the best for preparing ice cream with a hint of coconut and great texture, but so many flavors can be paired with it. As some vegan people avoid sugar, so raw sugar, honey or corn syrup or agave nectar can be used to sweeten the ice cream.  Here is a recipe of vegan ice cream to make and sharing it with the family and friends and having a lot of appreciation.

Coconut Ice Cream with Almond Chocolate Chips

What You Will Need?

1 can full-fat…

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