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Rich Creamy Peanut Butter and Ginger Ice-cream – Vegan

vegan ice-cream - Peanut butter and Ginger

Here’s another one of my Vegan ice-cream recipes that you can make without an ice-cream maker, food processor or blender.

For my Rich Creamy Peanut Butter and Ginger Ice-cream recipe, you’ll need:



250ml of cream alternative

2 pinches of salt

5 Tablespoons peanut butter

2 Tablespoons Agave Syrup

1 packet dried Ginger Tea (sweetened/sugar added)


– In a microwaveable bowl add 5 Tablespoons peanut butter and heat for 30 seconds**.  Peanut butter should be warm (not hot) and slightly runny.

– In a medium sized bowl add 250 ml of cream alternative, 2 pinches of salt, softened peanut butter, 2 Tablespoons Agave Syrup, and 1 packet dried Ginger Tea

– Using a wire whisk, whisk together for 1 to 3 minutes

– Pour into airtight container

– Cover container tightly with plastic wrap before putting on container lid

– Freeze overnight

** As microwaves and wattages vary, please make proper adjustments with regard to the timing as the wattage on my microwave is 1300w.

Ginger Tea

Ginger Tea – Where to Buy?

Ginger Tea can be found at local supermarkets in Trinidad.

The brand featured in my photo below (Good N Natural) is the brand I currently use in my cooking and is by no means an endorsement.  I will continue to scope the market to see if I can find something better.

It can be found at both Tru Valu ($16.09TT) and Hi-Lo Foodstores ($17.29TT)

Passion Fruit and Ginger Iced-Tea

passion fruit and ginger iced teaHere’s a great refreshing drink for those hot, sunny days.

Not too sweet with just the right bite with ginger, this one is sure to please.


Passion Fruit and Ginger Iced-Tea Recipe:

1 14oz. pack Passion Fruit Puree (frozen) click here to see where to buy

2 packs Ginger Tea (No Sugar Added) click here to see where to buy

4 cups water

1 ½ cups brown sugar


– In a saucepan, bring to boil passion fruit puree and water.  When this has begun to boil turn off heat

– Add sugar and ginger tea, stir well

– Let cool completely

– Once the mixture has cooled, strain into serving jug

– Serve with crushed ice and enjoy!