Pumpkin “Ice Cream”

As I’ve mentioned before I LOVE pumpkin! I also love ice cream. You know who doesn’t like ice cream? My stomach! It literally butchers my belly! This “ice cream” is soooo delicious and an awesome healthy non-dairy alternative to ice cream!

Pumpkin "Ice Cream"

Pumpkin “Ice Cream”

Recipe by: Amy Clevenger, fitfunandfantastic.com

Serves 1

– 1 medium ripe Frozen Banana

– 2-3 tablespoons Pumpkin Puree

– 1/4 teaspoon Vanilla Extract

– 1/4 teaspoon Maple Extract

– 1/8 teaspoon Pumpkin Pie Spice

– Optional: Vegan Carob Chipsor Chocolate Chips of choice

– Optional: Honey or Stevia

In a blender or food processor blend all ingredients EXCEPT the chocolate chips. Continue to blend until the ingredients become smooth and creamy. Top with chocolate chips! If it becomes too melted during the blending process put it in the freezer for approximately 20 minutes.

NOTE: This can easily be doubled etc to serve more people

7 thoughts on “Pumpkin “Ice Cream”

  1. Omgness I have been following you on IG for sometime and I am do sad I didn’t vist your blog before today! All your recipes look sooooo delicious! I can’t wait to get started on making some! Am defiantly starting with the pumpkin donuts & ice cream!

    • Yay! So glad you like it🙂 Make sure to tag and hashtag me if you post it! I cannot wait to see your recreations!

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