I used my Vitamix and threw all this in. 5 ice cubes, 1/3 cup cashews, 2 frozen bananas, 2 Tbl agave and the seeds of one vanilla bean. This was some of the best ice cream I have ever had.I may use a few dates next time instead of the agave.
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By Pinner

I used my Vitamix and threw all this in. 5 ice cubes, 1/3 cup cashews, 2 frozen bananas, 2 Tbl agave and the seeds of one vanilla bean. This was some of the best ice cream I have ever had.I may use a few dates next time instead of the agave.

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i just made this and it was great! i soaked my cashews because my blender is pretty crappy . . . i can't wait to make it again. i topped it with diced strawberrys and that was an added bonus. thanks!

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This would go nice with my mini ice box cakes for an extra cool treat!

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Oh this is sounding like a great treat!

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Sovajo; yes it took less then a minute to mix and I did have to move it around with the tamper. I lookes just like old fashion ice cream and melts like it too.

jparamax; no I did not soak the cashews first I kinda threw it all together after seeing the Frozen Vanilla Bliss reipe that kandace put up.I am sure you could soak them and dry them if you are comfortable with that way.

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Do you soak the cashews? If so, did you have to dehydrate 'em before using them in the recipe? Thanks! I've only made one raw ice cream so far - from Raw Food/Real World - and I have to admit it didn't really "wow" me. I still craved Ben & Jerry's :-(

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This sounds great! And thank you for specifying the exact number of ice cubes -- I've never been sure how many a "cup" would be, lol. How long did you process this for? I assume it was around 30 seconds or so, using the tamper to work it down in?

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