Recipe Directions

Prepare your cinnamon swirl sauce by mixing maple syrup, sea salt and cinnamon in a bowl. Transfer the sauce to a container or tiny pitcher (a container for creamer works well) that makes it easy to pour. Pour your vanilla ice cream mixture into a bowl and carefully pour cinnamon swirl sauce in a—you guessed it—swirly pattern into your vanilla ice cream mixture. Cover your container, place in freezer and once your creation is frozen, go to town. And be kind, share this recipe with others!

Note: Because there is nothing creepy in this recipe (like monosodiumglutomomaterednofive), depending on your freezer temp, the ice cream could become very hard. Take your container out of the freezer and let it sit on the counter for 5-10 minutes and then get to scooping. After a little time outside of the freezer, that creamy, scoopable consistency that we all love will arrive.

Inspiredbyeverything's Thoughts

By inspiredbyeverything

This raw, non-dairy ice cream recipe tastes just like a cinnamon bun with vanilla icing. It is so yummy, that didn't last two days in my freezer and I'm not ashamed about that. Why? Because it is super hydrating and full of live, nutrient-rich fats and sugars that my body wants and needs. Plus, no ice cream maker is necessary for this super creamy recipe.

For full recipe complete with additional process photos to help you out, visit:

http://inspiredbyeverything.blogspot.com/2009/03/raw-style-cinnamon-bun-...

You will need a few other recipes to create the Cinnamon Bun Ice Cream:

My instructions for the Vanilla Ice Cream base:

http://goneraw.com/recipe/vanilla-strawberry-swirl-ice-cream

http://inspiredbyeverything.blogspot.com/2009/03/raw-style-vanilla-straw... (more process photos)

My Vanilla Almond milk recipe as well:

http://goneraw.com/recipe/vanilla-almond-millk

http://inspiredbyeverything.blogspot.com/2009/03/raw-style-vanilla-almon... (more process photos)

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I tried the strawberry swirl version... WOW!! Soooo goood, I almost finished it all lol. Great recipe. Did u create it yourself? :)

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This looks soooo good. I can't wait to try it!!!

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Thank you for all the kind words so far GoneRawers.

The China belonged to my great grandmother and I agree with you--it is so lovely and I am very grateful to have it in my home. It has two marks on the back "Cauldon Ltd." and "Dulin & Martin Washington". It is from the early 1900s and makes my ice cream taste extra yummy. Enjoy everyone!

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Yummy, looks good! I tried the strawberry kind of these

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wow, wow, wow! I am going to have to make this in a few weeks (juicing now). Thanks for posting this!!!

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How nice this sounds and so nicely presented. The china reminds me of antique Mikasa or Noritake. Is it from the 1920's? I love the chinas from the early 1900's.

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