60 Second Raw Vegan Raspberry Ice Cream

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Nothing beats a 60-second raw vegan ice cream recipe that you can whip up using only frozen fruit. This is the perfect, no-fuss summer treat!


  • 3 bananas*, previously frozen overnight with the peel removed
  • 1/2 cup raspberries**, previously frozen overnight
  • a few drops of Vanilla
  • Stevia to sweeten, if necessary


  1. Once your fruit is frozen, cut up the bananas into 1/2 inch slices and add all of the ingredients into a food processor or high-speed blender. Blend until creamy.


*If you are not a fan of bananas (neither am I), add one tablespoon of maple syrup before blending the ingredients. It helps to take away the banana flavor. **Want more raspberry flavor? Add 1-2 tbsp of raisins before blending. Raisins help to enhance the flavor of berries in pies and ice cream recipes. If you are using a frozen processor to blend the ice cream, then soak the raisins overnight before adding raisins (without the water) to the food processor (along with the other fruit).
About Brandi Rollins

Author & educator, Brandi Rollins is the voice behind the Raw Foods on a Budget movement. Brandi’s commitment to making a contribution has inspired her to write books on topics neglected in the health foods movement including eating a raw foods diet on a budget and thriving on raw foods in cold climates. Brandi’s most recent book, Raw Foods on a Budget, is a winner of the 2012 Independent Publishers’ Book Awards and is the most comprehensive guide to eating a budget-loving, raw foods lifestyle to date.   Designed by Brandi and her readers, Raw Foods on a Budget was created to provide raw food newcomers and long-term enthusiasts with REAL ANSWERS on how to afford a plant-based diet. Taking a holistic approach, Brandi demonstrates that eating raw foods on a budget is more than just finding low-cost fruits and vegetables; instead, it encompasses how and where you buy food; how you store, prepare, and eat food; and your overall relationship with food and money. Designed as a workbook and recipe book, Raw Foods on a Budget provides over 70 detailed strategies, worksheets, and activities, as well as 90 delicious low-cost, easy-to-prepare recipes.

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