Saturday, March 19, 2016
How to make Glow-In-The-Dark Foska Oats, Guinness Lasco Wray and Nephew Rum Ice Cream
It's Easter Break and you'll need all the strength you can get to play Mas at Carnival Bacchanal Road March as noted in my MICO Wars blog article entitled “Bacchanal Jamaica reveals the designs for their Carnival Jamaica 2016 Costumes come Sunday April 3rd 2016”.
So I decided to make you a little nutritional Glow-In-The-Dark Foska Oats, Guinness Lasco Wray and Nephew Rum Ice Cream that's sure to put the pep in your step come the day when you're trippin’ down the road!
Here the recipe for my Glow-In-The-Dark Foska Oats, Guinness Lasco Wray and Nephew Rum Ice Cream.
1. 1 bottle Guinness
2. 1 pack Lasco Ice Dream
3. 1/2 pound of peanuts with shell
4. 1 tbsp Vanilla Essence
5. 1/2 tsp Grated Nutmeg
6. 1 cup raw Foska Oats
7. 1 cup raw or baked (unsalted) peanuts
8. 1 shot of Wray and Nephew rum
9. 1/2 Cup Schweppes Tonic water
10. 1 pack of Gelatin
With so many Millennials (ages 18 to 28) into Carnival these days as noted in my MICO Wars blog article entitled “Why Bacchanal Jamaica’s Carnival more young revellers Playin’ Mas in 2016” making the Glow-In-The-Dark Oats and Guinness Punch is easy as putting on a Carnival costume:
1. Soak raw Foska Oats in Guinness, white rum and Schweppes Tonic water for 24 hours
2. Blend in a blender at high RPM for 10 minutes until airy and frothy
3. Add peanuts with shell, vanilla, supligen and grated nutmeg.
4. Add in the pack Lasco Ice Dream
5. Add the Gelatin
6. Blend the ingredients until you get a smooth mixture that can pass though a fine sieve
7. Chill in the refrigerator
Once chilled until creamy, you have the perfect serving of Glow-In-The-Dark Foska Oats, Guinness Lasco Wray and Nephew Rum Ice Cream. This is a perfect demonstration of the use of Lasco Ice Dream aside from making just plain old ice cream as noted in my blog article entitled “How JA$130 Lasco Ice Dream dessert mix will revolutionize the Jamaican Ice Cream market”.
You can also make some chocolate Ice Cream bowls as explained in my blog article entitled “How to Make Edible Chocolate Bowls for Ice Cream – Satisfy My Bowl that’s Sweet to Eat”.
This glows in the dark, so make sure you have your UV lamps ready after Carnival is over so as to celebrate with friends and family. Happy Easter and share the love by sharing this recipe!