I’m always drinking chocolate shakes (ok, not always, lol) but this is utterly scrummy…like a melted, yet still half-frozen, chocolate ice-cream.
Delicious! This recipe has more of a milk chocolate taste.
This chocolate ice cream is so rich and creamy. Even when frozen for more than a couple days, it still scoops easily because of the beneficial fats the hemp provides.
I got this recipe from “The Raw Chef Blog” by Russell James.
I found it when I was searching for a Raw Chocolate Easter Egg
recipe. We made 6 butterfly chocolate pops, 1 Easter Bunny pop,
12 solid, large eggs, and filled 3 minature mould sheets.
It made our Easter! Thank you Russell James!!!
I’m actually still in the process of perfecting this, but here is what I started with and it is already a family favorite. This is best kept in the freezer and has a nice soft/crunchy texture to it. The hardest part about this recipe (besides needing the right equipment) is not eating all the brownie batter while waiting for it to dry! I barely had any left to make this piece you see here because of my nibbling! (So I actually doubled the original recipe that I made. I hope it turns out the same.) If you don’t want to go through the trouble of making and assembling this with the vanilla cream, it also makes great brownies (an try putting jungle peanuts on top!) Yum!