Chai is a popular flavour in India, which consists of a milky sweet tea. The flavour lends itself very well to desserts and ice creams. Creamy Vegan Chai Ice Cream (Minimalist Baker) combines creaminess with Indian spice. Think ginger, cinnamon, clove, cardamom and black pepper.
Keep these ice-creams away from pets as they contain chocolate, nuts, soy etc. Never buy/make sweet foods with pet-toxic xylitol (harmful from tiny spilled amounts of food, gum or in toothpaste if licked from your mouth or around a sink).
It’s simpler to buy a small ice-cream maker (just chill the bowl, add your mix, turn it on and it’s ready in 20). You can then create your own recipes using different fruits. To serve, run a quality ice-cream scoop under hot water.
Most good ice-cream is made with soaked cashews or coconut milk (choose a brand free from monkey harvesting). Add extracts at the end to retain flavour and use a shallow container to freeze).
Chai Ginger Ice Cream Sandwiches (Minimalist Baker) contain ginger and are beautifully infused with rich molasses.
Chai Spiced Latte Vegan Cheesecake (Addicted to Dates) uses the popular sweet spiced tea flavour from India. Topped with chocolate ganache and a mocha brownie base, these bars are no-bake and gluten-free.