Course: Snack

I’m back with another ice cream recipe! ’tis the season, right?? I shared my non dairy chocolate ice cream recipe here and now it’s time for another classic- vegan vanilla ice cream! This vanilla ice cream is perfect for topping pies or making floats.

But first, how about I share 20 vegan ice cream recipes with you from around the web?

Vegan Ice Cream Recipes

Nice Cream (made with frozen bananas)
Coconut Chocolate Chip
Rhubarb + Custard
Cold brew
Blackberry
Mint Chocolate Chip

Vegan Ice Cream
Chocolate Chunk Beet
Snickerdoodle
Cookie Dough
Bourbon Soaked Cherry Vanilla
Mango Raspberry
Chocolate Avocado
Lavender Chocolate Chunk
Salted Caramel Pretzel
Caramel Cinnamon
Date Cashew Butter Fudge
Roasted Strawberry
Raspberry
Pumpkin Spice
Coconut Blackberry
Raw Mint Chocolate Chip

This vegan vanilla ice cream has a yummy coconut flavour to it that I think really elevates it!

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I could probably write a very long love letter to vegan ice cream; I love it so much. hehe I’m so happy that vegan ice cream is becoming easier and easier to find in stores (and not quite so expensive)! It’s also really fun to make though. My kids love it too!

So today I’m sharing an amaaazing chocolate ice cream recipe.

Yep, this ice cream contains AVOCADOS but really it just tastes like chocolate so don’t be scared!

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Oh hey, I’m back with yet another CHOCOLATE recipe! ha! I’m not even sorry about it.  Chocolate is easily one of my favourite things and so you can bet I add lots of it into my life!  I made this chocolate granola twice in the past month and just knew I had to share the recipe with you guys.

This chocolate granola is so so yummy! I seriously could not stop reaching for it.

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You guyyys!!  I have been trying to find the perfect vegan yogurt recipe for so long and I have finally done it!! What makes it perfect, you ask?

– Affordable
– No yogurt maker required
– No sugar needed (we don’t sweeten this at all and even my 3 1/2 year old loves it)
– Tastes tangy and delicious
– Contains probiotics
– Creamy, not too runny

I’ve no joke made this yogurt every week for the past month or so!

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Okay, some of you are probably really freaked out that I just put “dessert” and “hummus” in the same sentence but stay with me! I swear this stuff is SO DELICIOUS.  I cannot get enough of it and neither can my toddlers!  If you love chocolate, you will love this dip- it tastes nothing like chickpeas.

Not only is this hummus super tasty but it’s also full of nutrients.  Yes,

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These cookies came about when my three year old woke up one morning asking for “chocolate cookies”. A kid after my own heart. We both love breakfast cookies made with oats and I’ve been on an almond flour kick lately so that’s what I started with! I also wanted to use up some in season zucchini I had in the fridge. You could do chocolate chips (my son’s preference) but I was all out and honestly,

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I asked you guys if you wanted me to share this recipe on  my blog despite it not being the most “nutritious” and you said YES so here you go!

These are not a nutritionally dense muffin so if that’s what you’re looking for, keep looking. haha These are definitely more an indulgent, impress your friends muffin that no one will be able to resist!

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It has been a while since I shared a recipe here! Beckett and I love to bake together and cookies are always a favourite. Oddly, he really prefers the dough over the actual cookie… but hey, more cookies for me!  This particular recipe is great because it’s packed with bonus nutrients (and you can easily make it gluten free!). It’s a pretty forgiving recipe… which is important when you’re cooking with a kid because your measuring will never be exact!

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Today I want to talk to you about chia seeds!  I freakin’ love these little powerhouse seeds because they are SO nutrient dense and easy to enjoy in a multitude of ways. I’m constantly sprinkling them on things for myself and my toddler!  Read on to learn WHY I love them, HOW to use them and one of my favorite recipes.

Why I love chia seeds…

HIGH in nutrients, LOW in calories…

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