Two years ago when I had started this blog I had full intention to try different recipes around the world and show others how to do the same with an ease. Since then I’m trying hard to keep the job on track. Though I don’t think I’ve done perfect justice to the job, yet I’m doing okay with it (read, struggling to get the look like it).
We All Scream for Ice Cream“
And your search for ultimate Skinny Vegan Ice cream has ended here with our No churn Red Grape Ice cream with only two ingredients. Now you can eat ice cream and stay healthy too without running extra time on the treadmill! And this is celebration of 200thpost on Scratching Canvas.
Anyways, time flew away; I’ve just touched the 200th blog-post on Scratching Canvas! There would be no better opportunity for a grand celebration and already I’ve brought Skinny Vegan Red Grapes Ice-cream for you all! Can you guess the best part? There is no need of any ice-cream maker for it at all. It’s No churn ice-cream for all ice-cream lovers around the world!
Here you go with my step by step Skinny Vegan Red Grapes Ice-cream recipe for your loved ones.
Preparation Time: 15 mins
Cooking/Active Time: 00 mins
Resting/Inactive time: 4-5 hrs
Total Time: 255 mins
Yield: 6-8 servings
Soy yogurt: 400 ml (you can use regular yogurt too)
Red grapes: 500g
Handful of Red grapes,
Strawberry or rose flavored syrup,
A large heavy bottomed pan or wok
Clean and wash the grapes carefully. Cut the grapes into halves and deseed them. I know it is such a ‘pain in the ass’ job but you can not skip this step for the sake of your foodie soul! (See Tips)
Put the halved grapes on a grinder and grind them. Leave them bit chunky (not large one) to add little texture to the ice-cream. Leave the mixture aside until needed. (See Tips)
Pour the yogurt in a large bowl and whisk lightly with a hand held whisker until it turns into lump free, smooth. (See Tips)
Add the fruit mixture into the yogurt and mix very gently until both incorporate.
Now pour the mixture in a freezer safe bowl, seal it with cling film and freeze for 1 hr. (See Tips)
Remove after specified time and grind the ice cream mixture in a blender. Pour back the mixture in the freezer safe bowl and freeze for another hour.
Repeat the process for 3-4 times more. (See Tips)
Finally when you will get your desired nice creamy texture in your ice cream, freeze it for final 1-2 hrs. Or you can leave it for overnight. Remove the pan/bowl from freezer just 10-15 mins (depending on your climate) before serving and take out scoops of ice creams and serve immediately. (See Tips)
Garnish the serving bowl with fresh red grapes & mint leaves on top and wafer sticks on side. Use strawberry or rose syrup on top for further garnish but make sure you use only 1-2 tsp otherwise the grape flavor will be over powdered by syrup.
1. Use either store bought soy yogurt or make your homemade yogurt with soy milk.
2. Use any regular yogurt or Greek yogurt instead of soy yogurt.
3. Use any other grapes (green or black) instead of red or in fact you can use any fresh fruits instead of grapes.
4. Use any frozen fruits (thawed completely) or syrup of your choice.
1. If grapes are not deseeded, after grinding the crushed seeds will turn the taste of the ice cream bitter and harsh.
2. No one likes ice cream which has large pulpy chunks of real fruits in it. But tiny pieces of the fruits will pop up a layer of texture in the same ice cream.
3. Always use a hand held whisker to whisk yogurt. Otherwise in high speed of electric whisker the yogurt will turn into yogurt shake. And don’t even think of blender for the same reason.
4. Always cover the pan/bowl with cling film, otherwise your ice cream will be icy and will taste like sorbet.
5. Without churning (blending/grinding the ice cream) the ice cream 3-4 times, ice cream won’t be creamy and smooth.
6. Removing the frozen ice cream just before serving may trouble you to scoop out portions. It is safe to remove it 10-15 mins before serving so that ice cream will be moist and nicely creamy.
Eat Tasty, Stay Healthy!!!