Multitasking as usual.
It’s not that I’m trying to loose weight during the holidays. It’s more that I’m avoiding excessive weight gain Thanksgiving through New Year’s.
But the sweet tooth must be satisfied. I stumbled across this recipe in my local paper and have been dying to try it for months now.
The frozen bananas that kept falling out of the freezer hitting my feet each time was a real motivator.
It was time.
Time to try this recipe. Time to clean out the freezer. Done. And it’s a slam dunk winner.
I can’t believe that this vegan pumpkin spice banana ice cream could satiate my appetite at a fraction of the calories and fat of “real ice cream.” No fake or phony ingredients in sight!
Now the ball is in your court. You have to try this one! Vegan pumpkin spice banana ice cream is a party in your mouth.
I hope you agree! It’s also what I’d call a forgiving recipe. So if you like a little bit more spice, go for it. If you like your ice cream a little firmer add more banana and a little less almond milk.
If pumpkin thrills your gills, add a bit more. You get the drift.
Ingredients needed for vegan pumpkin spice banana ice cream
Why bananas drive me bananas
But if they sit on the counter for even just a day they get mushy brown spots and no one will touch them. I can’t win!
This leaves me with a tough decision to make. What do I do with all the bananas? Don’t want to waste them. But no one, not even myself will eat a mushy banana. Or one with spots.
Aha! Vegan pumpkin spice banana ice cream. Bingo
Recipe For Vegan Pumpkin Spice Banana Ice Cream
- 2 frozen bananas
- 2 tbsp pumpkin puree
- 1/4 cup unsweetened almond milk (okay I used the vanilla kind!)
- 1/2 tsp pumpkin spice
Plus I like “knowing” what’s in my food. No fake, phony ingredients.
Instructions for making vegan pumpkin spice banana ice cream
- Chocolate shavings
- Sliced almonds
- A sprinkle of cinnamon
So I ended up making 5 batches. And I used up all those frozen bananas in the freezer. Now there’s room for all that celery that I chopped up.
We all won today!
Michael Regis says
Betty Flinchbaugh says
I’m not confident that this recipe appeals to me, I realize the banana gives it a thickness but the combination doesn’t appeal to me.
Mary Dailey says
This looks amazing!
Beverly Chisnall says
Sounds delicious Thank you for the code.
Tabitha Dawn Olson says
Mary Dailey says
I would love to try to make this! It looks wonderful!
Can’t wait to try! Thanks for the code!
Crystal Abel says
Yummy! This looks delicious!
Greg Prewitt says
sheila ressel says
This sounds SO good and healthy too!
Lori Krug says
Love this blog!
Mary Meadows says
This sounds delicious😋
Karen Herbert says
I have to try it at least once – never know if I’ll like it or not 🙂