字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hey dudes, I'm Hilah and today on Hilah Cooking. I've got a dairy free frozen dessert for you to cool your butts off during these dog days of summer. It's a coconut ice cream maybe it's actually a coconut sorbet because it doesn't have any cream in it like a mango puree. It's super delicious, it's refreshing. It's light. It's not even super high in sugar. It would be even maybe a really good soothing facial mask if you get sunburned. But then ants would eat it and eat your face. Don't do that. So we're going to start by making a little simple syrup here with just some water and sugar, also going to add a little bit of salt. Bring this up to a simmer. You can see most of the sugar is starting to dissolve already. And I'm using a raw sugar that's why this is a little bit beige or yellow instead of clear but any kind of sugar will work for you as long as it's sweet sugar. Okay, so all my sugar's dissolved. I'm just going to let it come up to a little bit of a simmer. Just for about 30 seconds and then we can turn the heat off. And I'm going to add in some shredded sweetened coconut. And we're just going to let this sit here for maybe a minute or so. And let that coconut get a little bit reconstituted and meanwhile we'll shake up our coconut milk. I'm using a full fat coconut milk so it's extra creamy and delicious but you could probably do this just as well with low fat. All right so once your coconut is looking kind of translucent, that means it's soaked up some good sugary water and you just want to stir in the coconut milk. So I've got this all mixed up. I'm going to do a quick cool by putting it in an ice bath. This is just some ice and some water. There we go. Okay, so we're just going to let this sit here. You can stir it occasionally if you want to. I'm just going to help it cool off faster because I know you're in a hurry to eat dessert. Then we're going to make a little mango puree. So I've got about a cup and a half of mango chunks here. That's about two of these Ataulfo mangos or one of the big, I forget what type their called, the bigger ones. I like these better. They're sweeter and less fibrous. That's just me. Anyway if you need to know how to cut up a mango, I did a video on that a couple years ago, how to dice a mango. So you can look at that to get some tips. So, I've got my blender. I'm going to add some water. And when you're blending stuff it's important to always add your liquid ingredients first. I'm also going to add some lime juice. The lime is peeing in the blender. And then the mango chunks. Then we just blend this up until it's smooth. That looks smooth to me. So I transferred our coconut base in to a larger bowl and put it in the fridge for like an hour to get it like really super chilled once it was just chilled to room temperature. And then we can add in the mango puree that we made. And you just fold this in there. Okay, now we're ready to just pour it in to our ice cream maker. This machine usually takes about 30 minutes and it produces actually fairly soft ice cream which you could totally eat right away. But I think it's a little bit better if you can, if you have time to pour it in to a freezer safe container with a tight lid and let it freeze for a couple more hours in the freezer. And now that I'm thinking about it I probably didn't have this canister frozen all the way because I've been making ice cream non stop for the last two days. So it should be a little bit thicker than this but it will, it will be okay. You're not the one that has to eat it. So I'm going to put this in the freezer for a couple of hours. But lucky me I have another one that I made that's already firmed up and frozen. This is one that was frozen overnight and then I've had it sitting out at room temperature just to get it soft enough to kind of scoop. So let's see. Let me get a little taste of this. Oh yeah. Oh this is going to be good. So there you go, there is a dairy free dessert since I have had a lot of responses. A lot of people are dairy free. So hope you like this, hope you try it and if you want other frozen desserts I've also done a maple syrup sweetened frozen yogurt that is just sweetened naturally with maple syrup. And it has little mapley pecans on top so you might also like that one. Let's give this a little taste. Taste-a-rooni. I love coconut and mango together. It's so good. Oh it's so cold and so creamy. And I love the little flakes of coconut in there. It just adds a nice little texture. So yay, yay, yay. I hope you try this. Printable recipes are always at hilahcooking.com and if you ever make a recipe and tag, hashtag hilahcooking or just at me on Twitter or Instagram or anything like that I love to see your pictures so thanks so much. Have a great day and stay cool, cool cats.