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Keeping Summer Alive With McConnell's Ice Cream

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Keeping Summer Alive With McConnell's Ice Cream

A little old fashioned honesty goes a long way towards building trust. Take ice cream for instance. Read the labels of most mainstream brands and you'll see 100% natural, whole milk, or real cream right alongside fructose, xanthanum, cellulose, locust bean gums, and agar. Sure these ingredients are technically derived from natural sources but they are fillers and thickening agents designed to preserve texture and shelf life not flavor and creaminess.

Santa Barbara California's McConnell’s Fine Ice Cream proves that it's still possible to make real unadulterated ice cream and ship it nationwide to your doorstep. It all started in 1949 during World War II when original owner Gordon “Mac” McConnell was stationed in Europe. He tasted farm made ice creams far more decadent, rich, and creamy than what was becoming mainstream back home.

Upon returning to the States, Mac and his new bride Ernesteen, settled in Santa Barbara focusing on making handcrafted ice creams in the same tradition which remarkably lives on today in a world full of pressures to mass produce and cut corners.

Each ingredient in every pint with a vintage McConnell's photo on the lid is uniquely churned using only local organic ingredients. Raw grass-grazed milk and cream comes directly from California Central Coast partner farms and then pasteurized at The Old Dairy, McC’s headquarters in downtown Santa Barbara. All flavorings come from house made jams and preserves, caramels, chocolates, organic fruits and nuts, and cold-brewed coffees.

When visiting Santa Barbara, be sure to visit their original store!

Coverage made possible by participating in a sponsored tasting.


Mango Ice Cream Pops, The Perfect Summer Starter

By: Ana / 0 / Dessert , Summer ,

It’s that moment again! The one of vibrant colors, splashes of ice cold water, dancing shades of tree leaves, one of inconstant flashes of beauty as Jep Gambardella used to say in my favorite movie, La Grande Belezza. I’ve been waiting for this moment all year long and although I do a lot of things throughout the year, it’s only now when I feel I’m really alive and free.

And ice cream is a perfect way to celebrate the best moments of our lives. Simple, easy, refreshing, just like everything needs to be during summer days. This healthy mango ice cream recipe makes no exception!

I first learned about nice cream from the lovely Tuulia a couple of years ago, and it’s been very rare that I use my ice cream machine ever since. My boyfriend likes his ice cream the classic way, with eggs and cream, and for him only I put the machine in use. As for me, mixing frozen fruits in my food processor and adding creamy coconut milk is all I need to keep things cool.

This season’s first ice cream is also a very easy combination. Let’s just say frozen mango for flavor, honey or maple syrup for sweetness, coconut milk for creaminess and turmeric for a vibrant yellow. Add a splash of pureed blueberries and up it goes in the freezer. Ready!

Mango is a great fruit for eating in the summer as it contains high concentrations of antioxidants that support your body cells during the high temperature stress. Also, its vitamin A content keeps your skin and hair moisturized, while its vitamin C stimulates collagen production, a good advantage against summer dehydration and skin dryness, and its high potassium load keeps your alkalinity in check.

Pairing vitamins and minerals packed fruits, especially yellow ones loaded with beta-carotene, with healthy fats like the ones in coconut milk ensures the nutrients are better absorbed and you get the maximum from your fruit intake.

That’s it for this recipe! Enjoy!

For more inspiration on your nice cream experiments of this summer, make sure you check my Creamy Peach and Walnut Ice Cream, my Non-Dairy Ice Cream Pops, or my Coconut Ice Cream with Salted Pecans.


Mango Ice Cream Pops, The Perfect Summer Starter

By: Ana / 0 / Dessert , Summer ,

It’s that moment again! The one of vibrant colors, splashes of ice cold water, dancing shades of tree leaves, one of inconstant flashes of beauty as Jep Gambardella used to say in my favorite movie, La Grande Belezza. I’ve been waiting for this moment all year long and although I do a lot of things throughout the year, it’s only now when I feel I’m really alive and free.

And ice cream is a perfect way to celebrate the best moments of our lives. Simple, easy, refreshing, just like everything needs to be during summer days. This healthy mango ice cream recipe makes no exception!

I first learned about nice cream from the lovely Tuulia a couple of years ago, and it’s been very rare that I use my ice cream machine ever since. My boyfriend likes his ice cream the classic way, with eggs and cream, and for him only I put the machine in use. As for me, mixing frozen fruits in my food processor and adding creamy coconut milk is all I need to keep things cool.

This season’s first ice cream is also a very easy combination. Let’s just say frozen mango for flavor, honey or maple syrup for sweetness, coconut milk for creaminess and turmeric for a vibrant yellow. Add a splash of pureed blueberries and up it goes in the freezer. Ready!

Mango is a great fruit for eating in the summer as it contains high concentrations of antioxidants that support your body cells during the high temperature stress. Also, its vitamin A content keeps your skin and hair moisturized, while its vitamin C stimulates collagen production, a good advantage against summer dehydration and skin dryness, and its high potassium load keeps your alkalinity in check.

Pairing vitamins and minerals packed fruits, especially yellow ones loaded with beta-carotene, with healthy fats like the ones in coconut milk ensures the nutrients are better absorbed and you get the maximum from your fruit intake.

That’s it for this recipe! Enjoy!

For more inspiration on your nice cream experiments of this summer, make sure you check my Creamy Peach and Walnut Ice Cream, my Non-Dairy Ice Cream Pops, or my Coconut Ice Cream with Salted Pecans.


Mango Ice Cream Pops, The Perfect Summer Starter

By: Ana / 0 / Dessert , Summer ,

It’s that moment again! The one of vibrant colors, splashes of ice cold water, dancing shades of tree leaves, one of inconstant flashes of beauty as Jep Gambardella used to say in my favorite movie, La Grande Belezza. I’ve been waiting for this moment all year long and although I do a lot of things throughout the year, it’s only now when I feel I’m really alive and free.

And ice cream is a perfect way to celebrate the best moments of our lives. Simple, easy, refreshing, just like everything needs to be during summer days. This healthy mango ice cream recipe makes no exception!

I first learned about nice cream from the lovely Tuulia a couple of years ago, and it’s been very rare that I use my ice cream machine ever since. My boyfriend likes his ice cream the classic way, with eggs and cream, and for him only I put the machine in use. As for me, mixing frozen fruits in my food processor and adding creamy coconut milk is all I need to keep things cool.

This season’s first ice cream is also a very easy combination. Let’s just say frozen mango for flavor, honey or maple syrup for sweetness, coconut milk for creaminess and turmeric for a vibrant yellow. Add a splash of pureed blueberries and up it goes in the freezer. Ready!

Mango is a great fruit for eating in the summer as it contains high concentrations of antioxidants that support your body cells during the high temperature stress. Also, its vitamin A content keeps your skin and hair moisturized, while its vitamin C stimulates collagen production, a good advantage against summer dehydration and skin dryness, and its high potassium load keeps your alkalinity in check.

Pairing vitamins and minerals packed fruits, especially yellow ones loaded with beta-carotene, with healthy fats like the ones in coconut milk ensures the nutrients are better absorbed and you get the maximum from your fruit intake.

That’s it for this recipe! Enjoy!

For more inspiration on your nice cream experiments of this summer, make sure you check my Creamy Peach and Walnut Ice Cream, my Non-Dairy Ice Cream Pops, or my Coconut Ice Cream with Salted Pecans.


Mango Ice Cream Pops, The Perfect Summer Starter

By: Ana / 0 / Dessert , Summer ,

It’s that moment again! The one of vibrant colors, splashes of ice cold water, dancing shades of tree leaves, one of inconstant flashes of beauty as Jep Gambardella used to say in my favorite movie, La Grande Belezza. I’ve been waiting for this moment all year long and although I do a lot of things throughout the year, it’s only now when I feel I’m really alive and free.

And ice cream is a perfect way to celebrate the best moments of our lives. Simple, easy, refreshing, just like everything needs to be during summer days. This healthy mango ice cream recipe makes no exception!

I first learned about nice cream from the lovely Tuulia a couple of years ago, and it’s been very rare that I use my ice cream machine ever since. My boyfriend likes his ice cream the classic way, with eggs and cream, and for him only I put the machine in use. As for me, mixing frozen fruits in my food processor and adding creamy coconut milk is all I need to keep things cool.

This season’s first ice cream is also a very easy combination. Let’s just say frozen mango for flavor, honey or maple syrup for sweetness, coconut milk for creaminess and turmeric for a vibrant yellow. Add a splash of pureed blueberries and up it goes in the freezer. Ready!

Mango is a great fruit for eating in the summer as it contains high concentrations of antioxidants that support your body cells during the high temperature stress. Also, its vitamin A content keeps your skin and hair moisturized, while its vitamin C stimulates collagen production, a good advantage against summer dehydration and skin dryness, and its high potassium load keeps your alkalinity in check.

Pairing vitamins and minerals packed fruits, especially yellow ones loaded with beta-carotene, with healthy fats like the ones in coconut milk ensures the nutrients are better absorbed and you get the maximum from your fruit intake.

That’s it for this recipe! Enjoy!

For more inspiration on your nice cream experiments of this summer, make sure you check my Creamy Peach and Walnut Ice Cream, my Non-Dairy Ice Cream Pops, or my Coconut Ice Cream with Salted Pecans.


Mango Ice Cream Pops, The Perfect Summer Starter

By: Ana / 0 / Dessert , Summer ,

It’s that moment again! The one of vibrant colors, splashes of ice cold water, dancing shades of tree leaves, one of inconstant flashes of beauty as Jep Gambardella used to say in my favorite movie, La Grande Belezza. I’ve been waiting for this moment all year long and although I do a lot of things throughout the year, it’s only now when I feel I’m really alive and free.

And ice cream is a perfect way to celebrate the best moments of our lives. Simple, easy, refreshing, just like everything needs to be during summer days. This healthy mango ice cream recipe makes no exception!

I first learned about nice cream from the lovely Tuulia a couple of years ago, and it’s been very rare that I use my ice cream machine ever since. My boyfriend likes his ice cream the classic way, with eggs and cream, and for him only I put the machine in use. As for me, mixing frozen fruits in my food processor and adding creamy coconut milk is all I need to keep things cool.

This season’s first ice cream is also a very easy combination. Let’s just say frozen mango for flavor, honey or maple syrup for sweetness, coconut milk for creaminess and turmeric for a vibrant yellow. Add a splash of pureed blueberries and up it goes in the freezer. Ready!

Mango is a great fruit for eating in the summer as it contains high concentrations of antioxidants that support your body cells during the high temperature stress. Also, its vitamin A content keeps your skin and hair moisturized, while its vitamin C stimulates collagen production, a good advantage against summer dehydration and skin dryness, and its high potassium load keeps your alkalinity in check.

Pairing vitamins and minerals packed fruits, especially yellow ones loaded with beta-carotene, with healthy fats like the ones in coconut milk ensures the nutrients are better absorbed and you get the maximum from your fruit intake.

That’s it for this recipe! Enjoy!

For more inspiration on your nice cream experiments of this summer, make sure you check my Creamy Peach and Walnut Ice Cream, my Non-Dairy Ice Cream Pops, or my Coconut Ice Cream with Salted Pecans.


Mango Ice Cream Pops, The Perfect Summer Starter

By: Ana / 0 / Dessert , Summer ,

It’s that moment again! The one of vibrant colors, splashes of ice cold water, dancing shades of tree leaves, one of inconstant flashes of beauty as Jep Gambardella used to say in my favorite movie, La Grande Belezza. I’ve been waiting for this moment all year long and although I do a lot of things throughout the year, it’s only now when I feel I’m really alive and free.

And ice cream is a perfect way to celebrate the best moments of our lives. Simple, easy, refreshing, just like everything needs to be during summer days. This healthy mango ice cream recipe makes no exception!

I first learned about nice cream from the lovely Tuulia a couple of years ago, and it’s been very rare that I use my ice cream machine ever since. My boyfriend likes his ice cream the classic way, with eggs and cream, and for him only I put the machine in use. As for me, mixing frozen fruits in my food processor and adding creamy coconut milk is all I need to keep things cool.

This season’s first ice cream is also a very easy combination. Let’s just say frozen mango for flavor, honey or maple syrup for sweetness, coconut milk for creaminess and turmeric for a vibrant yellow. Add a splash of pureed blueberries and up it goes in the freezer. Ready!

Mango is a great fruit for eating in the summer as it contains high concentrations of antioxidants that support your body cells during the high temperature stress. Also, its vitamin A content keeps your skin and hair moisturized, while its vitamin C stimulates collagen production, a good advantage against summer dehydration and skin dryness, and its high potassium load keeps your alkalinity in check.

Pairing vitamins and minerals packed fruits, especially yellow ones loaded with beta-carotene, with healthy fats like the ones in coconut milk ensures the nutrients are better absorbed and you get the maximum from your fruit intake.

That’s it for this recipe! Enjoy!

For more inspiration on your nice cream experiments of this summer, make sure you check my Creamy Peach and Walnut Ice Cream, my Non-Dairy Ice Cream Pops, or my Coconut Ice Cream with Salted Pecans.


Mango Ice Cream Pops, The Perfect Summer Starter

By: Ana / 0 / Dessert , Summer ,

It’s that moment again! The one of vibrant colors, splashes of ice cold water, dancing shades of tree leaves, one of inconstant flashes of beauty as Jep Gambardella used to say in my favorite movie, La Grande Belezza. I’ve been waiting for this moment all year long and although I do a lot of things throughout the year, it’s only now when I feel I’m really alive and free.

And ice cream is a perfect way to celebrate the best moments of our lives. Simple, easy, refreshing, just like everything needs to be during summer days. This healthy mango ice cream recipe makes no exception!

I first learned about nice cream from the lovely Tuulia a couple of years ago, and it’s been very rare that I use my ice cream machine ever since. My boyfriend likes his ice cream the classic way, with eggs and cream, and for him only I put the machine in use. As for me, mixing frozen fruits in my food processor and adding creamy coconut milk is all I need to keep things cool.

This season’s first ice cream is also a very easy combination. Let’s just say frozen mango for flavor, honey or maple syrup for sweetness, coconut milk for creaminess and turmeric for a vibrant yellow. Add a splash of pureed blueberries and up it goes in the freezer. Ready!

Mango is a great fruit for eating in the summer as it contains high concentrations of antioxidants that support your body cells during the high temperature stress. Also, its vitamin A content keeps your skin and hair moisturized, while its vitamin C stimulates collagen production, a good advantage against summer dehydration and skin dryness, and its high potassium load keeps your alkalinity in check.

Pairing vitamins and minerals packed fruits, especially yellow ones loaded with beta-carotene, with healthy fats like the ones in coconut milk ensures the nutrients are better absorbed and you get the maximum from your fruit intake.

That’s it for this recipe! Enjoy!

For more inspiration on your nice cream experiments of this summer, make sure you check my Creamy Peach and Walnut Ice Cream, my Non-Dairy Ice Cream Pops, or my Coconut Ice Cream with Salted Pecans.


Mango Ice Cream Pops, The Perfect Summer Starter

By: Ana / 0 / Dessert , Summer ,

It’s that moment again! The one of vibrant colors, splashes of ice cold water, dancing shades of tree leaves, one of inconstant flashes of beauty as Jep Gambardella used to say in my favorite movie, La Grande Belezza. I’ve been waiting for this moment all year long and although I do a lot of things throughout the year, it’s only now when I feel I’m really alive and free.

And ice cream is a perfect way to celebrate the best moments of our lives. Simple, easy, refreshing, just like everything needs to be during summer days. This healthy mango ice cream recipe makes no exception!

I first learned about nice cream from the lovely Tuulia a couple of years ago, and it’s been very rare that I use my ice cream machine ever since. My boyfriend likes his ice cream the classic way, with eggs and cream, and for him only I put the machine in use. As for me, mixing frozen fruits in my food processor and adding creamy coconut milk is all I need to keep things cool.

This season’s first ice cream is also a very easy combination. Let’s just say frozen mango for flavor, honey or maple syrup for sweetness, coconut milk for creaminess and turmeric for a vibrant yellow. Add a splash of pureed blueberries and up it goes in the freezer. Ready!

Mango is a great fruit for eating in the summer as it contains high concentrations of antioxidants that support your body cells during the high temperature stress. Also, its vitamin A content keeps your skin and hair moisturized, while its vitamin C stimulates collagen production, a good advantage against summer dehydration and skin dryness, and its high potassium load keeps your alkalinity in check.

Pairing vitamins and minerals packed fruits, especially yellow ones loaded with beta-carotene, with healthy fats like the ones in coconut milk ensures the nutrients are better absorbed and you get the maximum from your fruit intake.

That’s it for this recipe! Enjoy!

For more inspiration on your nice cream experiments of this summer, make sure you check my Creamy Peach and Walnut Ice Cream, my Non-Dairy Ice Cream Pops, or my Coconut Ice Cream with Salted Pecans.


Mango Ice Cream Pops, The Perfect Summer Starter

By: Ana / 0 / Dessert , Summer ,

It’s that moment again! The one of vibrant colors, splashes of ice cold water, dancing shades of tree leaves, one of inconstant flashes of beauty as Jep Gambardella used to say in my favorite movie, La Grande Belezza. I’ve been waiting for this moment all year long and although I do a lot of things throughout the year, it’s only now when I feel I’m really alive and free.

And ice cream is a perfect way to celebrate the best moments of our lives. Simple, easy, refreshing, just like everything needs to be during summer days. This healthy mango ice cream recipe makes no exception!

I first learned about nice cream from the lovely Tuulia a couple of years ago, and it’s been very rare that I use my ice cream machine ever since. My boyfriend likes his ice cream the classic way, with eggs and cream, and for him only I put the machine in use. As for me, mixing frozen fruits in my food processor and adding creamy coconut milk is all I need to keep things cool.

This season’s first ice cream is also a very easy combination. Let’s just say frozen mango for flavor, honey or maple syrup for sweetness, coconut milk for creaminess and turmeric for a vibrant yellow. Add a splash of pureed blueberries and up it goes in the freezer. Ready!

Mango is a great fruit for eating in the summer as it contains high concentrations of antioxidants that support your body cells during the high temperature stress. Also, its vitamin A content keeps your skin and hair moisturized, while its vitamin C stimulates collagen production, a good advantage against summer dehydration and skin dryness, and its high potassium load keeps your alkalinity in check.

Pairing vitamins and minerals packed fruits, especially yellow ones loaded with beta-carotene, with healthy fats like the ones in coconut milk ensures the nutrients are better absorbed and you get the maximum from your fruit intake.

That’s it for this recipe! Enjoy!

For more inspiration on your nice cream experiments of this summer, make sure you check my Creamy Peach and Walnut Ice Cream, my Non-Dairy Ice Cream Pops, or my Coconut Ice Cream with Salted Pecans.


Mango Ice Cream Pops, The Perfect Summer Starter

By: Ana / 0 / Dessert , Summer ,

It’s that moment again! The one of vibrant colors, splashes of ice cold water, dancing shades of tree leaves, one of inconstant flashes of beauty as Jep Gambardella used to say in my favorite movie, La Grande Belezza. I’ve been waiting for this moment all year long and although I do a lot of things throughout the year, it’s only now when I feel I’m really alive and free.

And ice cream is a perfect way to celebrate the best moments of our lives. Simple, easy, refreshing, just like everything needs to be during summer days. This healthy mango ice cream recipe makes no exception!

I first learned about nice cream from the lovely Tuulia a couple of years ago, and it’s been very rare that I use my ice cream machine ever since. My boyfriend likes his ice cream the classic way, with eggs and cream, and for him only I put the machine in use. As for me, mixing frozen fruits in my food processor and adding creamy coconut milk is all I need to keep things cool.

This season’s first ice cream is also a very easy combination. Let’s just say frozen mango for flavor, honey or maple syrup for sweetness, coconut milk for creaminess and turmeric for a vibrant yellow. Add a splash of pureed blueberries and up it goes in the freezer. Ready!

Mango is a great fruit for eating in the summer as it contains high concentrations of antioxidants that support your body cells during the high temperature stress. Also, its vitamin A content keeps your skin and hair moisturized, while its vitamin C stimulates collagen production, a good advantage against summer dehydration and skin dryness, and its high potassium load keeps your alkalinity in check.

Pairing vitamins and minerals packed fruits, especially yellow ones loaded with beta-carotene, with healthy fats like the ones in coconut milk ensures the nutrients are better absorbed and you get the maximum from your fruit intake.

That’s it for this recipe! Enjoy!

For more inspiration on your nice cream experiments of this summer, make sure you check my Creamy Peach and Walnut Ice Cream, my Non-Dairy Ice Cream Pops, or my Coconut Ice Cream with Salted Pecans.


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