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This recipe works great. This is like a frozen banana chocolate mousse with a few changes. I used coconut cream instead of milk and added in a small 1-2 tbsp of coconut sugar since I don’t buy coconut sugar. There are a couple changes that I like. I do the coconut frosting using an electric mixer, which creates a smooth frosting that you just can dip into your ice cream and dip in. The frosting melts and then you just coat the ice cream with the frosting and refrigerate. You can just refrigerate it for up to 3 hours as I did. I added in a cup of vanilla bean and the vanilla bean extract to the frosting. I had to use a little vanilla bean to get the flavor out well, and it got kind of thick. But it was delicious. I got so many compliments on it!
The first thing that I have learned from starting this project is how to use this for an entirely different application.
I decided to go with a “bobble” type of application, as it has to be lightweight.
First I needed to understand how a “bobble” might look.
Here are two images:
The bubble will look something like this:
The main piece of the bubble will be a transparent circle with a center that is at the top of the “bobble.” The bottom of the bubble will be a layer where the background is going to be.
The other piece of the bubble will be a transparent circle, which will be the center of the “bobble.”
Here is a picture taken at the same time that I was making the bubble so you can see the differences.
Again the layer height will be 5% and the background will be at 80% opacity.
Here is something to note. If you add a large number of bubbles then your background is going to start looking very much like
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