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If you’ve seen some of my recent posts then you will know that I am now the official food blogger for the Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy Support Charity. CMPA Support are a wonderful charity; their aims are to raise awareness of the allergy at all levels, so that future generations of CMPA babies (& their families) shouldn’t have to suffer; and to provide information, support and practical advice to parents/carers at whichever stage of the CMPA journey they are on. You can find CMPA Support on Facebook and join one of their many Facebook support groups. I publish one food related blog post per week on behalf of CMPA Support and I am very excited to be a part of such an amazing charity.
This week I have made some dairy, soya, egg and coconut free ice cream. I have recently made a chocolate & banana ice cream and a mango ice cream which were both delicious, but I wanted to try a different flavour. I have used Oatly cream to make this raspberry ice cream and it has worked really well. It has a delicious creamy taste, the honey counteracts the sour taste that can come with fresh raspberries so you can add more or little honey to suit your taste.
Dairy Free Raspberry Ice Cream Recipe
Sieving the raspberries can take a while but it’s worth it to remove the seeds and have a smooth and creamy delicious ice cream.
- 200g fresh raspberries
- 500ml oatly cream (link below)
- 2 tablespoons honey
- 1. Blend the fresh raspberries in a large mixing bowl using an electric hand mix.
- 2. Sift the raspberries into a mixing bowl to remove the seeds, discard the seeds and pour in the Oatly cream and honey. Stir until all combined and then place into the ice cream maker.
- 3. Follow the ice cream maker instructions (mine takes around 30 minutes).
- 4. Enjoy!
- The honey counteracts the sour taste of the raspberries, add more or little honey to suit your taste.
Recently I have received a lot of questions on our Facebook page about the symptoms of cow’s milk protein allergy and I think it would be great if we can share our questions and support each other on this journey. I have created a group on Facebook so we all have somewhere we can discuss and support each other in regards to living with cow’s milk protein allergy. Please take the time to read the group description. It is a closed group so, only members can see and reply to posts.
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