Making Vegan Frozen Treats
Ratings and Recommendations
Rating: 5 teacups
Recommendation: Yes, Yes, Yes
Book Club Worthy: Perfect for Cooking, Dessert,
Vegetarian or Vegan
No more banana in the Vita-Mix, these tasty treats are not just for Vegans, they can pass the carnivore test!
Weston brings her A game to the frozen dessert world and earns a 5 rating from me. Not only pleasing Vegans but the sole picky carnivore who happens to love ice cream, as in thinking it is a food group of its own. She explains the tools used including what type of ice cream maker is best for you. There are even a few adult desserts that use spirits although some give you the virgin option also. I definitely recommend this book, especially as a Vegan who is happy to make coconut ice creams at home.
You like to make ice cream, granite, popsicles, cookies for ice cream sandwiches, and more while at least being a Vegan, this is your book.
*I would like to thank Stoney Publishing, LLC via NetGALLEY for giving me an unreleased copy for an honest and fair review.
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