Ice cream for breakfast? Yes please…

Ice cream for breakfast? Yes please…

February 16, 2016

Quivertree

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Did you know that Thursday is International Ice Cream for Breakfast Day? A day that celebrates the bravery of children who have fought or who are fighting a battle with cancer, it all began with Malia Grace Peterson, whose family … Continued

Did you know that Thursday is International Ice Cream for Breakfast Day? A day that celebrates the bravery of children who have fought or who are fighting a battle with cancer, it all began with Malia Grace Peterson, whose family made February 18 (her birthday) into Eat Ice Cream For Breakfast Day in her honour. Malia – who sadly lost her battle with cancer in 2010 – loved having the cold treat for breakfast, so that’s how her family remembers her on her birthday every year. The idea has grown into a way for people all over the world to honour kids who are currently battling cancer.

To add a Quivertree Publications spin to the day, here’s a generous helping of ice-cream recipes from a few of our most popular cookbooks. If you decide to make one of these delicious confections, be sure to take a pic of it and post it on social media – and remember to tag it with the official hashtag for International Ice Cream for Breakfast Day, which is #icecreamforbreakfast, and give us a shout-out too with #quivertreepublications.

Pick your favourite flavour from:

Crushed Pomegranate Seeds with Rose Water & Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream

(Prickly Pears and Pomegranates, p.66-67)

homemade-vanilla-ice-cream-recipe Ice cream

Mango Ice Cream

(Lazy Days, p.178-179)

mango-ice-cream-recipe Ice cream

And here are some low-carb alternatives too…

Quick Avo & Choc Ice Cream

(The Low Carb Solution for Diabetics, p.192-193)

avo-chocolate-ice-cream-recipe Ice cream

Strawberry Lemon Sorbet

(Real Food, Healthy, Happy Children, p.226-227)

strawberry-lemon-sorbet-recipe

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