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Enjoy this satiating ice cream any time of day because you just won’t be able to resist! This healthy alternative is full of nutrition to heal your body while satisfying your mind. 

 

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These four simple ingredients are going to change your world forever!

 

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Add 8 pastured egg yolks  to a Vitamix and mix on low speed to emulsify for 10 minutes. If you do not have a Vitamix a Cuisinart food processor or blender will work. Add 1 cup of homemade kefir made from raw cream, 2 teaspoons vanilla and  1/4 cup local honey, or less. We are not sweet eaters and lean on the less side.

 

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After the ingredients are combined put them into an ice cream maker and prepare to salivate. This recipe doubles well and freezes perfectly. Because of the high number of yolks it scoops smoothly even directly from the freezer. 

Honey Vanilla Ice Cream - GAPS Approved
This delicious savory treat will make you desire to eat healthy!
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Ingredients
  1. 8 pasured egg yolks
  2. 1 cup home-brewed kefir (made from raw cream)
  3. 2 teaspoons vanilla (preferrably home brewed)
  4. 1/4 cup local honey
  5. 1 vanilla bean (optional)
Instructions
  1. Place 8 egg yolks in the Vitamix to emulsify on low for 10 minutes. Add the remaining ingredients and blend until combined. Add contents to ice cream maker and process until desired hardness.
Notes
  1. * If you do not have an ice cream maker you can still make amazing ice cream by adding lots of frozen fruit to the mixed ingredients (like 4-5 cups of frozen fruit in the Vitamix). Frozen bananas or strawberries are our favorites.
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