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Easy Shabbat Ice Cream Bombe Dessert

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Easy Shabbat Ice Cream Bombe Dessert

1 Comment 15 December 2012

We found this new recipe in
Desserts 4 Today-Desserts 4 Today: Flavorful Desserts with Just Four Ingredients
Great for the second round of Sukkot !   This recipe is a no brainer.
  • 2 pints raspberry sorbet
  • 1 pint strawberry ice cream (can be pareve)
  • 1 pint vanilla ice cream (can be pareve)
  • 2 packages (10 oz. each) frozen strawberries in syrup, thawed
  1. Lightly grease a 2-quart round bowl or a Kitchen Aid bowl with cooking spray. Line with 2 long pieces of plastic wrap, letting the excess hang over the sides. Arrange the bowl in the freezer, making sure it’s level and secure.
  2. Remove the raspberry sorbet from the freezer and let soften at room temperature until just barely spreadable. Remove the bowl from the freezer. Using a rubber spatula, spread the sorbet in an even layer in the bottom of the bowl. Return the bowl to the freezer.
  3. Remove the strawberry ice cream from the freezer and let soften at room temperature until just barely spreadable. Remove the bowl from the freezer. Using a rubber spatula, spread the ice cream in an even layer over the firm raspberry sorbet. Return the bowl to the freezer.
  4. Remove the vanilla ice cream from the freezer and let soften at room temperature until just barely spreadable. Remove the bowl from the freezer. Using a rubber spatula, spread the vanilla ice cream over the strawberry ice cream. Cover with plastic wrap. Return the bowl to the freezer and freeze until hard before serving, about 6 hours or for up to 3 days.
  5. Pile the thawed strawberries and syrup into a food processor. Process until blended, about 20 seconds. Strain the sauce through a fine-mesh sieve into a small bowl pressing firmly on the berries. Discard the pulp and seeds and use immediately or cover and refrigerate for up to 2 days.
  6. To serve, unwrap the mold and invert onto a shallow serving plate. Gently pull on the plastic while lifting off the bowl. Cut into wedges and serve with a drizzle of sauce.
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Fail-Proof Ice Cream Brownie Cake Dessert- Pareve or Dairy

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Fail-Proof Ice Cream Brownie Cake Dessert- Pareve or Dairy

3 Comments 21 June 2011

Get out of the kitchen and on to the beach!!!

Here’s an easy and quick Shabbat dessert to make!

Let the kids do it!!

 

Can be made pareve or dairy

Ingredients:

  1. Mix Brownie mix in an electric mixer. Pour only half the batter into springform pan and bake according to package directions.  (The other half of the mix can be baked separately and used for another time or can be used for topping).
  2. While brownie mix cools, soften two pints of ice cream of the same flavor. When soft enough to spread, quickly spread the ice cream evenly over the brownie mix and place in freezer.
  3. When that ice cream layer is frozen, spread the 2 pints of your other flavor over it. Garnish with your favorite topping and place back in freezer until ready to use.
  4. Any two flavors of ice cream can be used and there are endless ways to garnish it. I prefer crunch with some chocolate sauce, but you can use sprinkles, nuts, black and white chocolate chips etc.
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DAY 4 ON OUR “30 Day Sugar Detox Challenge!”

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DAY 4 ON OUR “30 Day Sugar Detox Challenge!”

No Comments 12 April 2010

How are YOU doing so far? 
Eliminating sugar from our diet can be very rewarding. I find that one of the greatest benefits is that you wind up choosing healthier food choices because your not filling up on foods that have simple sugars in its ingredients, also known as “empty calories.” 

I must confess that I am finding this experience to be an extremely  satisfying one.  The emails and comments that I  receive  motivate me to keep on writting! Women are  sharing  with me either their challenges or questions about details in their diet which clue me in to the fact that everyone  wants to adhere to the strictest letter of our law!

Some expressed that even though they are not joining in the challenge, they are reading the e-mails and are motivated to possibly try it at another time of their life.

Others  revealed that their kids are getting involved and trying to eliminate sugar from their diets. While other woman feel “like fabulous roll models to their children and husbands by taking good heath care of themselves.”

 Where ever YOU are in our Detox Challenge its ALL GOOD!

Thank you for reading, participating and sharing.

I love the questions-though please be patient with the answers as I’m getting lots of them!

Q: Can we eat dairy products such as low fat mozzarella cheese or cottage cheese.

A. Yes! Low fat or fat free dairy products are fine.  We are aiming for a healthy diet that promotes all food groups.

A recent study showed that the more servings of dairy foods that adults consumed, the greater the percentage of their total calories that came from saturated fat (definitely not a good thing).

But the other side to the story is that their intake of many key nutrients — like protein, calcium, magnesium , folate, B1, B2, B6, B12, and vitamins  A, D, and E — also increased along with the number of dairy servings.

So how do you get all those great nutrients from dairy without the drawbacks?

Low-fat dairy is the answer! As you decrease the fat in dairy products, you cut calories, saturated fat, and cholesterol , while protein, calcium, and most other vitamins and minerals remain high.

Low-fat milk, yogurt, cottage cheese, and reduced-fat cheese pack a protein and calcium punch in every serving. Just a cup of lite nonfat yogurt, for example, gives you a third of your daily recommended calcium intake, along with 17% of your estimated daily protein intake.

 I realise that many people don’t eat dairy. To those I simply recommend obtaining those same nutritious vitamins from other sources. Such as; dark leafy greens for calcium, beans for protein and spinach for folate.

To my “Sugar Detox Buddies”

 – I was successful on day 2, 3 and 4. (Friday, Saturday and Sunday!) My mind feels strong and determined. My body is starting to feel lighter. I am so ready for the days ahead!

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