Make this raspberry sorbet from just two ingredients—frozen raspberries and sweetened condensed coconut milk. Then sandwich it between two layers of not-too-sweet brownie to make a delicious end-of-summer treat: Raspberry Brownie Ice Cream Bars. Aube Giroux makes it look easy in this Kitchen Vignettes video for PBS Food.
You can also swap out the coconut milk dairy-based condensed milk if preferred, and use regular all-purpose flour instead of oat flour. Eat the sorbet and brownie batches sandwiched or separately.
On her PBS Food blog, she writes:
On hot days, I find myself reflecting more than ever on the connection between what we put on our plates and the climate crisis we find ourselves in…
One thing I know for sure, you can’t really go wrong by striving to eat more locally-grown foods, whether it’s by supporting local sustainable farmers in your area, or having a garden. Shopping at farmers’ markets where there is much fewer plastic packaging and food hasn’t traveled very far is is a win-win because it also supports your local economy and agricultural community. And of course, probably the biggest impact we could all have would be to replace our consumption of factory-farmed meat with either vegetarian options, or locally-produced grassfed and organic meat and dairy.
Despite my questions about whether a vegan brownie is really better for the planet than a non-vegan one, I must say I thoroughly enjoy developing plant-based recipes. Not only do they force you to be creative with your ingredients but they’re truly delicious!
Previously from Giroux: Easy Greens and Feta Pie, a PBS Food recipe and How to make Strawberry Rhubarb Sorbet in ice bowls.
Plus, explore more delicious frozen treats:
• How to make homemade ice cream three different ways
• Making ice cream from a 350-year-old recipe
• Fruit & Yogurt Breakfast Popsicles
• Inventing flan paletas: Experiments with La Newyorkina’s Fany Gerson
And don’t miss this: The Story of Frozen Food – Minute Earth.
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