Peachy Keen Ice Cream

By now everyone has tried the infamous banana soft serve, right? Heck, there’s even a fancy schmancy machine to make it for you (as if your food processor or blender isn’t fancy enough).

We love banana soft serve around here. But, on this elimination diet, bananas are out.

Sadly, so is all fruit as of tomorrow. Pout. Whine.

But, tonight? Tonight there’s still time for a super simple, 3 ingredient, vegan peachy keen ice cream.

Eat up!

3 Ingredient Vegan Peach "Ice Cream"

3 Ingredient Vegan Peach “Ice Cream”

Peachy Keen Ice Cream

1/2 cup (140 grams) frozen peach slices
2 T. Sunflower Seed Butter
1/2 t. cinnamon

Put all ingredients in your food processor and process until creamy. If you have a serious sweet tooth, feel free to add a splash of maple syrup or a few drops of stevia. I don’t happen to need any sweetener at all.

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9 Responses to Peachy Keen Ice Cream

  1. Wow, what a cool recipe, Deanna! No pun intended … I just love the inclusion of the sun butter as one of the three ingredients. 🙂


  2. thelady8home says:

    That’s quite an interesting recipe……..looks really good. I wouldn’t have thought that ice cream had no cream in it…..

    • Deanna says:

      Well, the banana ice cream that’s so popular on foodie blogs doesn’t have cream in it either. This is kind of a cross between a sorbet and an ice cream. It’s not a sorbet, because there’s fat in it from the sunbutter. But, it’s not officially an “ice cream” either, since there’s no cream. But, no vegan ice cream does, eh?

  3. wow that sounds so refreshing and delicious! i’m sorry about the no-fruit tomorrow. I’ve been on the Body Ecology Diet for a couple months, and there’s no fruit on that either. Hang in there:) At least you got to have one last peachy delight!! 🙂

    • Deanna says:

      Did you find yourself really tired when you first cut out fruit? I’m on day 2 without it and oh so very exhausted….

      • not exactly tired. I did have Candida die off though. Candida yeast eat sugar, and when your starve them of sugar, they go through “withdrawl” and die — thus releasing toxins. I had fevers of 104 for 48 hours! but tiredness and lethargy are other symptoms of die off. I hope you’re feeling more energetic soon!!

  4. So simple yet so delicious! This is going on the “must-make” list for our next office gathering! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  5. Superdelicious stuffed into strawberries! Thanks for the recipe…cheers! 🙂

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