I’m so excited it’s finally June! I count today as the start of Summer and to celebrate I’m sharing my Raspberry Nice Cream recipe (a non-dairy ice cream alternative). If you follow me on Instagram, you might have seen a sneak peek in my Instagram stories last week. This is a super simple dessert recipe with only TWO ingredients! and takes about 5 minutes to make. What I love about this nice cream recipe is that there’s no added sugars, no dairy and also no soy. Yay for being allergen free! It also doesn’t have canned coconut milk in it, which is something I tried experimenting with, and found that it didn’t keep the nice cream as creamy as I would have liked. This recipe has the texture and creaminess of a soft serve ice cream (love!). Grab the recipe below:
- 2 – ripe bananas
- 1 – 12 oz bag of frozen raspberries
- 1 – box of ice cream cones (optional)
- Peel your bananas and place in the food processor with the full bag of raspberries
- Blend till you have a creamy consistency
- That’s it! Time to eat!!
*A few notes:
*If you have leftovers and put them in the freezer, the next time you take your nice cream out try to allow about 30 minutes to left it soften before serving.
*Also I haven’t tried this with other berries but I’m betting you could swap out for other berries or even other fruits and it would be just as delicious!
Today I’m sharing 9 recipes to get your pumpkin spice kick! Some are perfect for a warm Fall breakfast, others are tasty desserts and of course there’s a couple drinkable recipes in here as well. Click pics to check out any of these tasty recipes:
Pumpkin Spice Waffles via Lovely Little Kitchen
Pumpkin Spice Bedtime Drink via Apple of My Eye *vegan
Pumpkin Cookies via Just So Tasty
Pumpkin Muffins via This Grandma is Fun
Pumpkin Spice Latte via Inspired Taste
Pumpkin Energy Balls via Well Plated *vegan
Pumpkin Spice Pancakes via Hot for Food Blog *vegan
Pumpkin Spice Truffles via Sally’s Baking Addiction
Pumpkin Spice Spread via Jodeze Home and Garden
Get ready to celebrate!
Spring is one of those times of year when you’re ready for lots of fresh produce but at the same time (since it can still be a little chilly) you’re not quite committed to chowing down on crisp salads just yet. I think these 5 Spring recipes give you a good mix of both warm/soothing with some healthy options like Vegetarian Chili! That will still keep you cozy during the beginning of Spring. So now the only question is, are you ready to eat?
These Roasted Squash Bowls via Floating Kitchen offers that perfect mix of warm comfort food with crisp tasty greens
Sea Salt Brownie Cookies via Butternuts – I don’t have much of a sweet tooth but these look so good!!
There’s something about a holiday that makes me want to eat! Seriously, it doesn’t matter the actual holiday, just give me food + something to drink and I’m happy. That’s possibly the reason that I often find myself sharing recipes around the holidays. For this Valentine’s Day (tomorrow yay!) is no exception. Get inspired by these 10 dessert and drink recipes to share with your valentine or even your galentine!!
Heart-shaped donuts! Who doesn’t love donuts? These would work for breakfast or dessert. via Frau Zuckerstein (you will need google translate) but essentially you can take any donut recipe and just make them heart-shaped!
Heart-shaped and love-filled Cookies via Dune Cheri – this site easily translates into english
Dessert Tacos!! because tacos shouldn’t stop with dinner. via Taste and Tell
Rose Gummy Bears so you can eat AND drink your wine! via Sprinkle Bakes
Watermelon Mint Limeade – just add alcohol of your choice. via A Crimson Kiss
Strawberry Cream Mimosas – I think strawberries are a running theme for Valentine’s Day since they’re naturally heart-shaped. via Swanky Recipes
A little rose goes a long way! If you don’t have time to craft your way to a cocktail or dessert, this will always do the trick! via Short & Loud
These holiday recipes are just waiting to be tried and tasted! Not only that but they’ll look perfect with your Christmas table-scape. There’s a nice collection of recipes here that offer up delicious cocktails, tasty desserts and even a meatless shepherd’s pie.
This Brioche would make a great edible centerpiece
1 ¼ cups lemonade
3 – 4 kiwis, peeled and sliced
- Blend the mangoes in a blender or food processor until pureed. Add the lemonade and blend well.
- Fill your popsicle molds ⅔ of the way full.
- Place the sliced kiwi into the molds. I fit two slices per mold.
- Freeze for about 1 ½ hours before inserting popsicle sticks
- Freeze until solid, about another 3 – 4 hours.
via A Cookie Named Desire