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Easy Jamun ( Java Plum) No Churn Icecream

Vegan Jamun ( Java Plum) Icecream

Do I need to shout out my love for jamuns every season? Yes, I believe so!!  While everybody is talking about mangoes ( don’t get me wrong, I am too!), not too many pay attention to this gorgeous plump juicy fruit that thrives in this monsoon season. And like many others, my family isn’t particularly fond of it either..its a different story when I turn it into compotes, smoothies, nice…

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Easy Cherry Yogurt Popsicles

Easy Cherry Yogurt Popsicles

  The crazy hot days of summer are here, and here to stay for a long while. But summers are also about quieter days, school holidays, lazy schedules, movies, reading and of course ice creams! Now that there is a glut of juicy, luscious cherries everywhere, they have to be promptly brought home and eaten gluttonously. And since there is a constant demand for frozen snacks, I have for you these Easy Cherry Yogurt…

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Mango Lemon Cashew Popsicles

Mango Lemon Cashew Popsicles

Nothing, absolutely nothing screams summer other than popsicles, ice creams, and MANGO!! Add the zing of lemon to that, fresh crispness of pomegranates and creaminess of cashews and you have yourself an incredibly bright and delicious treat. Ladies and gentlemen, we have a new crush – Mango Lemon Cashew Popsicle!…

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Chocolate Cheesecake Popsicles

  After helping me make Jamun Yogurt Popsicles and Raw Chocolate Amaranth Bars, my son has been completely enthused about making “something interesting”.  I had promised him chocolate popsicles.  In our house, if anything chocolatey is made, it has to be rich and fudgy.  We don’t understand anything else!  So it was Chocolate Cheesecake Popsicles…though they are really fudgesicles!!…

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Jamun Yogurt Popsicles

I’ve been on a jamun trip lately. They make a short but really delicious appearance during the months of summer. They are a bit tart in the beginning of the season and have an astringent after taste.  But as the monsoon approaches, they get sweeter and this is the time when I start buying hordes of them.  Or get my domestic help to steal some from the neighbourhood parks!!…

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