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Where To Buy Macadamia Nut Ice Cream



Glazed macadamia cream with crunchy mac nuts from the Big Island, our home. Each island has its own island flower. The red on our packaging represents the Big Island's flower, the ʻōhiʻa lehua. You can see the flower in the photo and enjoy it when you visit our home. In the meantime, grab a pint!




where to buy macadamia nut ice cream


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Cream, skim milk, water, sugar, corn syrup, macadamia nuts, high fructose corn syrup, whey, contains less than 2% of guar gum, mono & diglycerides, cellulose gum, polysorbate 80, carrageenan, xanthan gum, natural and artificial flavor, annatto (color).


Hot days call for a scoop of cool no churn macadamia nut ice cream. Creamy vanilla base sprinkled with bits of buttery macadamia nuts in every bite. And best of all no special tools are needed to make this delicious treat.


Adding a little vanilla to your ice cream base will help keep your ice cream creamy. Vanilla is made with alcohol and alcohol does not freeze completely. This addition will prevent the ice cream from hardening.


Ice cream should be kept in an airtight container in the freezer. A glass container will take longer to get cold, but is able to keep the cold in longer. A metal tin will allow the ice cream to freeze quicker. You can also use disposable paper cup containers like the ones that ice cream is sold in at the grocery store. My favorite is using a snap top lid plastic container like these.


No churn ice cream will take about 2 hours to get a soft serve consistency and about 3 hours to have a more scoopable consistency. The type of container you store it in will affect freeze times. See above.


One of my favorite thing to do each summer is trying new homemade ice cream flavors. This coconut macadamia nut ice cream is one of those flavors that you don't see in the stores. While we were in Kauai a few months ago, I tried a couple of other macadamia nut ice cream variations that I'm going to have to try recreating next. One was chocolate macadamia nut ice cream, which I'm pretty sure you could make just by using my burnt almond fudge ice cream recipe and subbing in macadamia nuts for almonds. The other was my favorite: coconut macadamia nut ice cream.


If you are new to my blog, I have a series I'm working on where I tackle the foods each state is known for, one at a time. It's called American Eats and it has been so much fun that I look forward to researching each new state.


So far, I've also shared recipes for Hawaiian macaroni salad, kalua pork, homemade Hawaiian punch, papaya seed dressing, and macadamia nut crusted mahi-mahi as part of my collection of Hawaii-inspired recipes in this series. But here are some of my favorite recipes that, while I wouldn't call them Hawaiian, definitely have Hawaiian flavors that take a starring role:


I have found that macadamia nut ice cream is a flavor you can't really get anywhere except Hawaii, which is why I decided to recreate it at home as part of the series. It's one of the foods Hawaii is known for, although it often takes a supporting role as a component of hula pie or as a base underneath shave ice at places like Hee Fat General Store in Kauai.


I've also shared recipes for Hawaiian macaroni salad, kalua pork, homemade Hawaiian punch, papaya seed dressing, and macadamia nut crusted mahi-mahi. You've pretty much got an entire Hawaiian meal planned for you right there, if you want to give it a shot!


Hello! I'm making this as we speak, but will pour through ice cream maker tomorrow. Have you ever added in shredded coconut to ounch up the coconut flavor? Just curious. I was planning on doing that but was wondering if you have tried and how it was,


I love this ice cream recipe SO HARD. It turned out so great and is totally perfect for summer. I thought about adding shredded coconut but am glad I didn't. The coconut flavor from the coconut milk was exactly perfect - cool creamy and the right amount of sweet, and the crunch from the macadamia nuts was the perfect texture. Thanks for a fab recipe!


This was my first time making ice cream. I love coconut macadamia nut ice cream and thought if I was going to do it, why not make something I really love. So, I scoured the internet and found your recipe along with many others. I decided on yours. I did change the light corn syrup to Lyle's golden syrup, because it was what I had. My google search said it was an equal substitute. I thought it worked out really well, as it provided the color that Haagen Daaz has-pretty much, and I liked the color. I had to write and let you know how wonderful your recipe is. The ice cream was fantastic. I could not have been more pleased and my family loved it. Thank you for sharing. I appreciate all the efforts you must have put into perfecting this recipe.


Tart and sweet pineapple lends itself really well to a creamy cooling custard ice cream. Then, toss in some delicious crunchy macadamia nuts, and you have a delicious tropical summer treat, or Pineapple Macadamia Nut Ice Cream.


For this Pineapple Macadamia Nut Ice Cream, if you simply toss the nuts into the machine, you risk scratching the delicate inside of the machine. So you want to carefully add the mix-in to the ice cream.


Cover the ice cream with one-third of the mix-in. Repeat, making layers with the remaining ice cream and mix-in. Place the layered ice cream in the freezer to firm it up before serving. As you scoop, it will be nicely mixed.


Getting the fudge to exactly the right temperature is tricky, but it is key to the fudge staying on top. Next time, try freezing the ice cream for longer and then heat the fudge just barely enough to get it out of the container, but not so much that it melts the ice cream. So glad you like the pie!


Chocolate Macadamia Nut Ice Cream Author: Gary House Recipe type: Ice Cream Prep time: 20 mins Cook time: 45 mins Total time: 1 hour 5 mins Print This is by far my favorite homemade ice cream to date! Very rich chocolate flavor with the salty crunch of Macadamia nuts make for a satisfying treat. Ingredients 6 egg yolks sugar 1 cup table sugar 1 cup table cream (half & half) 1 cup milk 4 oz. semi-sweet chocolate 1 cup whipping cream 1 pinch salt (optional) 1 tsp. vanilla 5 oz. macadamia nuts, chopped Instructions Beat egg yolks in a bowl; beat in sugar. Heat the table cream and milk in a pan over medium heat. Melt the chocolate over low heat. When milk is hot, mix a small amount into chocolate and stir until blended. Repeat with small amounts of milk until all milk is added. Add hot milk/chocolate mix into eggs slowly, stirring as you add. Cool in refrigerator. Add whipping cream, vanilla and salt, mix throughly. Chop macadamia nuts. Freeze in ice cream maker. When almost frozen, add macadamia nuts. Wordpress Recipe Plugin by EasyRecipe 3.3.3077 Looking for more Home Made Ice Cream Recipes?


My introduction to passion fruit (maracuya) came when I was teaching in Bogota, Colombia, where they enjoy a wonderful myriad of fruit. The locals and other teachers who had been there for a while taught me about the different fruits and showed me how to make juices from the frozen pulps that were available in all the stores. My favorites were maracuya and lulo, though I also enjoyed papaya, guava, and raspberry (frambuesa). Fresh maracuya is not widely available in our area, and when it is in the stores it comes with a high price tag. Goya has a range of frozen tropical fruit pulps that many of our local grocery stores sell, so I can still indulge my tropical fruit temptations without putting a serious dent in my budget.


This passion fruit ice cream has been on my list of things to try since I saw the photo in my copy of Spain and the World Table. The food stylist made a simple and beautiful presentation with a single scoop of ice cream and some colorful edible flowers. Though the original recipe called for hazelnuts, I used some of our macadamia nut stash that I brought back from Hawaii, and we really enjoyed the combination.


What a lovely flavor combination. I love both passion fruit and macadamia nuts so this is a pretty awesome looking ice-cream to me. Funny - I just posted an ice-cream recipe too and also mentioned Lydia's avocado coconut milk ice-cream ? Great minds think alike!


Meeta, I've got the coconut milk, just need to find some good avocados for Lydia's ice cream! Susan, I saw that mango blackberry ice cream you made. What a treat! Susan, thanks. I was expecting the ice cream to have a little more color, but the flavor more than made up for it. Kristen, thanks and I hope your dad likes it.


Thank you for this awesome recipe! It was the first recipe that I made with my new ice cream maker and it was a biiiiig hit at work and at home! I LOVE passion fruit and I was so excited to find your recipe using macadamia nuts. Thank you for sharing your recipes with the world and I can't wait to try more!


There is an error in the recipe. In the first part it states mix the cream, milk and sugar and simmer. Then in the third part it says mix the yolks with the sugar. Which one is the correct step? I tried it once and it was delicious but I don't remember how I did it. Thanks


A couple of years ago my friends brought back some macadamia nuts from their trip to Hawaii and I had some really good intentions of making this Hula pie and some macadamia nut cookies with them, but I ended up snacking on them - if you have had Hawaiian macadamia nuts before you would understand. They are so good and at the time just seemed like a waste to bake with them instead of snack on them. This summer we had a huge craving for this yummy icecream pie so I set out to make it knowing it would require a little bit of patience and a few steps of freezing.


To store your homemade ice cream, you can use a plastic tupperware container and insulate it by wrapping it with a kitchen towel, or try the Tovolo Ice Cream Container - it is specially insulated for ice cream to keep it frozen soft without getting overly hard. I bought one regular (white) Tovolo ice cream container on Amazon (about $15), but I found a pink one at Home Goods for $9.95. (For easy identification in the freezer, I use the white Tovolo container for vanilla and the pink one for other flavors.) 041b061a72


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