16 Jun 2015


Yummy yummy. Biodynamic cherries are iiiiin at the fm (farmers market) and I could not be happier. Yes, they are $12 a bag but I don't really care. The rest of the year all we get at the fm are potatoes and kale and beets for like a buck a pound. Time to indulge, BB. I think these ice cream treats are sexy to look at but also - hopefully not TMI for you - I came up with the idea for them during some sex. My mind is an explicable tunnel system of random thoughts and feelings. Who knows what I'll think of next... and when. Actually now that I am thinking about this I am really excited for the recipe ideas that come to me on my death bed! I can see how some would see how this blog post was first explicit and then a little morose, but honestly I'm just bein' real. I could be WAY more explicit, believe me, but then this might not be safe for work. I have such a passion for love-making but I never really know if this is the right place to share it. I guess I will find out in the comment section soon.

Back to the recipe: it's a party in yo mouth. Just fresh fruit and some buckwheat groats make these creamy sweet ice cream sandwiches RAW, VEGAN, GLUTEN-FREE and pretty low in fat. I just love adding Prana Bio's almond butter because uggggh it makes everything taste like marzipan. Magic. Eat these whenever you want. Breakfast, snack, lunch, dinner, whatevs. Like I said, it's legit just fruit so you can't go wrong. I think I'm gonna go for a bike ride now so I'll talk to you beauties later on. Let me know what you think of my recipe/photos/sex obsession that I don't really talk about/etc in the comments below! Much love.

Makes 3 large sandwiches

1/2 cup buckwheat groats, soaked for 30 minutes then rinsed
1/2 cup gooey dates
Pinch of Himalayan salt

Ice cream:
3-4 frozen bananas
1 cup pitted cherries
1-2 tablespoons almond butter (optional but omg yum)
1/2 teaspoon vanilla bean (or vanilla extract) 

3 tablespoons carob powder (or cacao/cocoa powder)
3 teaspoons maple syrup
Water, as needed

To make the cookies: pulse the buckwheat and dates together until they become a rough dough. If it's too crumbly, add more dates or some water. Add the salt. Shape into cookies and leave in the fridge*.

To make the ice cream: blend everything - except a 1/2 cup of the cherries - until smooth. If you need to, add some water or coconut milk. Stir the remaining cherries in by hand. Cherry chunks yusssss.

To make the chocolate: stir everything together until smooth, adding enough water to get a chocolate sauce consistency. If you want, add some coconut oil and salt.

Assembly*: spoon some chocolate onto each cookie, then scoop some ice cream onto half the cookies, and make them into sandwiches by putting the remaining half on top of the ice cream scoops. Voila.

*Or if you want to do it exactly how I did it: get a few different cookie cutters and when you have the cookie dough ready, using half the dough, press a little bit into the bottom of each cookie cutter; don't take off the cookie cutters. When you have the chocolate ready, spoon a little on top of each cookie (still inside the cookie cutters), then scoop on some ice cream, spoon on a little more chocolate, then let them get solid in the freezer and press on the remaining cookie dough. I feel like I did a bad job explaining that but oh well.

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