Recipe Directions

[I did this on a whim, so the measurements above are “ish” :)]

Throw it all in the high-speed and whip it up!

I have a small “Donvier”(hand-crank ice cream maker) and it was perfect, fluffy, goodness in 20 mins.

*I used filtered water because I didn’t want the coconut to overpower the sweet potato I think this would also be good with some sort of nut-crumble topping or cookie – to add the pie flavor. (i’m just trying to cut out/back nuts) ENJOY!

Jah rawstafari's Thoughts

By jah rawstafari

I know – another ice cream “recipe”. I just have to share the flavor idea beause it came out Absolutely Divine! Tastes like frozen cool whip and chilled sweet potato pie, whipped together!

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I'm definitely trying this! I have 3 coconuts and a sweet potato that's growing eyes and begging for playtime.

Thanks!!

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This sounds great. I wonder if I could just slice the tater, throw in in the freezer and use my Champion to homogenize it. Then add the spices and coconut at the end...I'll give it a try this weekend.

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Isnt' that a lot of agave? I need to look into this recipe further?

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Hey, can you use coconut flakes for a vegan recipe??

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thank you for answering. sadly i have no coconut trees growing in seattle. i will head to the asian market to check it out.

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Hi bitt. The coconuts I used are the thai young coconuts, that are already down to the white husk. They are flat on the bottom and coned on top. (Carried at almost all health food stores or Asian groceries) Depending on the age of the coconut, the meat inside can vary once you crack them open. Some will be very white and firm, others will be a purplish hue and jelly-consistancy meat. For ice creams, in general, you are going to want the firm kind. Unfortunately, there is no way of knowing what you are going to get. Sometimes I have to open more than one, but most of the thai ones are pretty consistant.OR if you are lucky enough to score young green coconut from a neighbor's tree - that is even better, because the thai coconuts are not organic.

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i have a question, is the meat on the young coconut on the outside? i am confused about what the jelly is. sorry, i don't get coconuts too often.

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oh this sounds soooo delicious! i am going to have to go get a coconut now. thank you.

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Wow, that sounds awesome... I've never thought of something like that.

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yum - glazed pecans! now you're talkin. I have a whole slew of pecans from my grandmother's trees in SC - that is a great flavor idea! thanks.

glad you enjoyed:)

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hi!...i just finished a scoop of this and it was so good!i mixed in some chopped cinnamon glazed pecans and topped it with date syrup and some more pecans i never would have thought of this,but i'm glad you did!thank you:)

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Hi rawkidchef - how do you mean? After blending you treat it like any other ice cream and freeze according to your favorite method. i.e. ice cube tray and then put through juicer; or ice cream machine, ball, whatever.

Hope that helps:)

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Doesn't it have to be frozenn first? Ice Cream?

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Nice sistah i am digging this.....

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very original, love it. hope to try it out some time soon

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