raspberry and brownie ice cream

Raspberry & Brownie Ice Cream


Sunday morning… bf at golf… hair treatment in, face mask on… tunes blasting… what to have for breakfast? Ice cream of course!  I was planning on having this for dessert last night but was too full after dinner, and then I fell asleep on the couch watching a movie… ooops. I also wanted a good excuse to write a blog because my first Sunday chore is to remove all the aphids from our passion vine and I don’t want to!

Anyway, back to the ice cream. This is certainly not the first time I have had ice cream for breakfast or blended what started off being a meal of separate components into a single serve of ice cream, and it won’t be the last, and certainly not the last time I extol the virtues of raw vegan food – it’s so good for you, you can eat whatever you feel like, whenever you want it. Yay! Just how life should be right??


Put desired amount of raw vegan vanilla ice cream in a blender, add a few large chunks of brownie and small handful of raspberries and pulse until combined. ENJOY! It tastes kind of like black forest cake.


Guide: raw vegan | whole food, plant based | gluten-free | soy-free

2 Comments on “raspberry and brownie ice cream

  1. I like your vegan food tips. I tried to make a banana-walnut quick bread without eggs, and it didn’t turn out very well — any suggestions?
    How do you do baking without eggs? — Caroline Hamilton

    • Hi Caroline – thanks for your note! I’m pleased someone finds my ramblings useful :)

      The truth is, I don’t bake anything so have never tried to substitute eggs – I don’t use flours and am mostly raw (all raw when it comes to sweets, unless it’s a little bit of dairy-free dark chocolate in a pinch!). I dehydrate foods though and when I was craving banana bread I created a raw vegan recipe for it! You can find it here: http://wp.me/p1l8d3-bQ. There are a lot of vegan bakeries around now so I’m sure you could find a vegan baking cook book somewhere that will tell you how to go about it.

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