Non Dairy Ice Cream

Non dairy ice creamYou've probably noticed my current ice cream obsession. Yeah. And it's got me thinking about, like, other kinds of ice cream. For example, one time our friend Wess made my sister this really amazing vegan/raw ice cream. I also saw that recently Danielle posted about her favorite homemade vegan soft serve. And so I had to give this a try.Raw ice creamThe basic recipe calls for frozen, blended bananas. Once blended they become creamy and delicious like soft serve ice cream. Depending on what you add in to flavor these you could create raw or vegan versions very easily. I decided to try out a few different variations.Chocolate vegan ice creamChocolate Non Dairy Ice Cream, makes one serving.

Needed: 2-3 bananas, 1/4 cup water, 1 tablespoon cocoa powder (dutch processed preferred) and 2 tablespoons brown sugar.

Peel and chop up bananas and freeze in a zip lock bag overnight. Then blend in a food processor or blender with the water until creamy. You may need to let the bananas soften before blending. Then add in the cocoa and sugar and blend until combined. I topped mine with a few bits of toffee.Vegan ice cream recipeBanana Nut Non Dairy Ice Cream, makes one serving.

Needed: 2-3 bananas, 1/4 cup water, 1-2 tablespoons honey and 1/4 cup chopped walnuts.

Peel and chop up bananas and freeze in a zip lock bag overnight. Then blend in a food processor or blender with the water until creamy. You may need to let the bananas soften before blending. Stir in the honey and nuts.Vanilla raw ice creamVanilla Non Dairy Ice Cream, makes one serving.

Needed: 2-3 bananas, 1/4 cup water, 1 teaspoon vanilla extract and 2-3 tablespoons sugar.

Peel and chop up bananas and freeze in a zip lock bag overnight. Then blend in a food processor or blender with the water until creamy. You may need to let the bananas soften before blending. Stir in the vanilla extract and sugar. I topped mine with some chocolate syrup.Vegan ice creamHave fun making up your own flavors! xo. Emma

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