I've recently had to cut all forms of dairy from my diet - my daughter developed a sensitivity and because I'm breastfeeding, everything goes to her thus limiting my options for a while. One thing I'm missing painfully is ICE CREAM. I have quite the sweet tooth, so really, any form of dairy'd dessert (cupcakes, cake, strawberries and whipped cream, etc.), I'm CRAVING. I stumbled upon a blog and decided that I'd give it a try. I don't like using a lot of ingredients and/or having it be too time consuming - with a 2 year old and a 7 week old, things like cooking and baking have got to be QUICK. These turned out to be even more delicious that I thought they'd be.
Here is the recipe/blog I found; gotta give credit where credit is due. However, two things I did differently: I used spelt flour instead of oat || I didn't use a hand-mixer, I used my hands. Side note: this recipe is so versatile, you could substitute everything DAIRY if you're not vegan.
TIP: I WILL be using the cookie portion to make cookies next time.
They. Taste. HEAVENLY.