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Mimisinger









  


Post  Tue, Aug 10 2010, 1:11 pm
I'm making different flavors of ice cream for Rosh Hashana and I'm trying to buy the ingredients now and plan stuff.

So, When I make the ice cream, I

1) Whip eggs and sugar

2) add vanilla

3) add defrosted whip and whip

after that is when I normally add chips or flavorings. Should I add my pb (really soy nut butter Smile ) at the end or after #1?

Wht do you think?
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de_goldy









  


Post  Tue, Aug 10 2010, 1:17 pm
At the end, but I would say don't mix it in with the mixer. Take a spoonful at a time and kind of swirl it in gently by hand.
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Mimisinger









  


Post  Tue, Aug 10 2010, 1:23 pm
That's what I originally was going to do, but you think it won't be too thick?
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de_goldy









  


Post  Tue, Aug 10 2010, 1:25 pm
I am not familiar with soy-nut butter, but if it's similar to peanut butter, I think it will be fine. I've done it with peanut butter. If you want to make it easier you can melt the peanut butter (soy nut butter) a little first, either in the microwave or in a pot.
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OOTBubby









  


Post  Tue, Aug 10 2010, 1:32 pm
Mimisinger wrote:
That's what I originally was going to do, but you think it won't be too thick?


I would take maybe a quarter of the ice cream mixture and blend the peanut butter into that and then swirl or fold the two mixtures together.
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Mimisinger









  


Post  Tue, Aug 10 2010, 1:35 pm
thanks everyone. The melting in the microwave is a god idea, except mine is milchig. And if I took it and put the pb in a pot and melted it, would the hot pb then melt the ice cream?

And yes, soy nut butter tastes exactly the same as pb.
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de_goldy









  


Post  Tue, Aug 10 2010, 1:47 pm
Mimisinger wrote:
thanks everyone. The melting in the microwave is a god idea, except mine is milchig. And if I took it and put the pb in a pot and melted it, would the hot pb then melt the ice cream?

And yes, soy nut butter tastes exactly the same as pb.


I wouldn't think so because the ice cream is not actually frozen yet, and there is probably much more ice cream mixture than peanut butter.
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Mimisinger









  


Post  Tue, Aug 10 2010, 8:13 pm
ok, so how much do I use?
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de_goldy









  


Post  Tue, Aug 10 2010, 9:12 pm
Depends how much ice cream you are making.
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