Emergency 3-Ingredient Vanilla Almond Ice Cream Cookie

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I was seriously craving a cookie, but I didn’t want to have to wait 30-40 minutes just for my oven to heat up and then to heat up my cookies. I also did not want to consume any dairy products or added sugars etc, soooo what did I do? Make the easy 2-ingredient Cookie and then I added spoonfuls of Vanilla Banana Ice Cream on top of it and smacked on another cookie. It was sooooo foodgasmic and and satisfied my craving! Here’s the recipe!

Recipe:

You Will Need:

– A Blender

– A Food Processor optional (I didn’t use a food processor)

– A Large Ripe Banana

– 3/4 – 1 Cup of Rolled Oats (depending on how big the banana is)

– Frozen Bananas

– Vanilla Almond Milk (I used Almond Breeze Unsweetened)

Note: For how much almond milk you will need, depends on how much of your frozen bananas you use. You want to keep a 4:1 or a 5:1 ratio, 1 being the milk.

Directions:

Cookie: 

  1. Mix and mash the Ripe Banana and Rolled Oats together
  2. Form cookies out of them and place on a microwaveable plate
  3. Put them in the microwave and cook for 45 seconds to 1 minute. Keep an eye on them to make sure they don’t burn!

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Ice Cream:

  1. Remembering the 4:1 or 5:1 ratio, add in your frozen bananas and almond milk into your blender or food processor and Pulse the two ingredients until they get a thick, creamy texture. Don’t pulse for too long!
  2. Plop them onto your cookies and enjoy!

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You can use a different ice cream or add in other things such as cinnamon, raw agave, or fruit on top! Enjoy~

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