A refreshing, minty treat!
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Recipe Directions

  1. Blend all the ingredients in the blender until smooth.
  2. Freeze until solid.
  3. Scoop the frozen ice cream into a food processor and blend till creamy.

It makes a soft serve ice cream, but if you want it harder, just stick it back into the freezer for a little while longer.

Ms. Sarah's Thoughts

A refreshing, minty treat!

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Yes, and it actually works well. I think using too many cashews give it an "odd" flavor. Just my opinion, though ;)

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I made this into mint chip ice cream. I added 1/4 teaspoon spirulina to the recipe to give it a green color. Then I added 1/4 cup cacao nibs as "chocolate chips".

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so it only uses one tablespoon of raw cashews?

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Ooops, I meant to thank Sarah for the raw chocolate syrup idea. Thanks Ms.Sarah!

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oooh raw chocolate syrup...I just ordered some raw cacao from www.livingnutritionals.com Thanks for the idea Carmentina! But does anyone know how I can make raw chocolate chips that aren't soft but very chippy?? Well, I hope you know what I mean ;-)

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blueyz - lol! I don't have and icecream maker, so gotta improvise ;)

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I love it!! Even better than I don't need an icecream maker to do it :)

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Carmentina - Thanks!
KendraFAB - Sounds pretty tasty! Maybe a raw chocolate syrup would be good, too!

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Ooooh! I'm going to add vean chocolate chips to mine!

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Sounds devine!

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