Vegan Peanut Butter Caramel Sundaes


Vegan Peanut Butter Caramel Sundaes

Vegan peanut butter caramel sundaes are completely wholesome with a coconut and banana base. Very little active ingredients and all set in 10 minutes.

An overhead shot of the NICE CREAM Cookbook on a marble background

Image shows a hand holding a spoon that is dripping with a peanut butter caramel sauce.

An overhead shot of an empty can of coconut cream.

Did everybody have an excellent vacation weekend? Ours was completely unwinded and perfect. Great deals of veggies and watermelon in the mix, and simply a bit of outdoors work. We typically need to stay at home on “fireworks vacation” nights due to the fact that our canine is frightened of them, so this comic rings specifically real. I understand that this is a concern for a great deal of households, and seeing “Lost Pet” check in my area after a vacation weekend constantly makes me so unfortunate. I understand for sure that my lady simply isn’t herself when she hears those booms, so we do whatever we can to make her comfy.

Aside from the routine snuggles, deals with, toys, playtime, and strolls (our lady is ruined I believe a few of you can relate haha), I like to offer her something with peanut butter when she’s been actually excellent or when I understand she will have a difficult day. As quickly as I move the cover off of a container of PB (which is typically), she comes bounding into the cooking area, making her ridiculous little grunt sounds.

When I was skimming my copy of N’ICE CREAM: 80+ Dishes for Healthy Homemade Vegan Ice Creams, my eye went right to this sundae for 2 factors: 1) PEANUT BUTTER CARAMEL! and 2) No ice cream maker needed. I have a great deal of youth fond memories surrounding sundaes and the idea of this very little component, incredibly fast reward got me to work so quickly.

I likewise needed to go all the method and make some cake collapse from the garnishes area of the book. However the very best part is that I might offer my little furry friend a couple of mouthfuls on the side (minus the cacao nibs you can see in a couple images) anything to make her delighted;-RRB-

I actually like this book by Tuulia and Virpi though (remarkable Instagram page with fantastic quotes about ice cream if you have an interest in seeing more). As if a book of all vegan and healthy ice cream wasn’t adequate temptation for me, the images are so luring. They’re all dreamy light, just-right ice cream leaks, and best styling to a tee. Some other dishes from the book that I have actually been considering up: the choco-vanilla bomb, the $5 milkshake (anything with a Pulp Fiction referral is thumbs up), strawberry basil creamsicles, white chocolate sauce, raw chocolate-covered cashew ice cream, and the dreamy blackberry ice cream cake.

All of their deals with are made with stunning entire foods like bananas, avocados, coconut cream, entire nuts, vanilla, dates, maple syrup, spices, and herbs. I believe my preferred element is simply how basic the dishes actually are. I tend to over-complicate things, specifically with dessert. So the stunning simpleness here is actually striking. And! There’s guidelines for those people without an ice cream maker throughout. Sweet summertime happiness!

An overhead shot of  vegan peanut caramel sundae in a pink glass bowl.

A head-on shot of a vegan peanut caramel sundae with vanilla cake crumble on top in a pink glass bowl.

A 3/4 angle shot of a vegan peanut caramel sundae layered in a glass jar.

3 images show a brown/brindle and white dog getting to have a lick of ice cream from a spoon.

Vegan Peanut Butter Caramel Sundaes

Vegan peanut butter caramel sundaes are completely wholesome with a coconut and banana base. Very little active ingredients and all set in 10 minutes.

PREPARATION TIME 10 minutes Freezing Time 45 minutes OVERALL TIME 55 minutes

Course Dessert Diet Plan Gluten Free, Vegan, Vegetarian

Servings: 2

Author: Laura Wright

Devices

  • Mixer

Components

Vanilla Cake Crumble (makes additional):

  • 1 cup raw nuts of your option
  • 2-3 Medjool dates, pitted
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • pinch(* )of sea salt 1
  • tablespoon coconut nectar or maple syrup ( optional) Peanut Butter Caramel

1

  • tablespoon natural peanut butter 1
  • tablespoon maple syrup(* )2 tablespoons
  • plant-based milk sea salt (optional)
  • small capture of lemon juice ( optional)
  • Ice Cream 1

14-ounce

  • can complete fat coconut milk, cooled over night(* )2 frozen bananas 1/2
  • teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 tablespoon maple syrup
  • ( optional) small pinch sea salt small capture of lemon juice ( optional )
  • Guidelines
  • Make the collapse: Integrate the nuts, dates, ground vanilla, vanilla extract, sea salt, and maple syrup in a mixer. Mix on high up until you have a wet, crumbly mix. Reserve. Make the caramel: In a little bowl, intensely blend together the peanut butter, maple syrup, plant-based milk, sea salt, and lemon juice. When you have a smooth sauce, reserved.

Make the ice cream: Wash out the mixer pitcher. Open the can of coconut milk and scoop the leading layer of cream, taking care to prevent the water at the bottom of the can. Transfer the coconut cream to the mixer. Include the frozen bananas, vanilla, maple syrup, sea salt, and lemon juice to the mixer too. Mix the mix on high, utilizing a tamper to press the mix down into the blades. When you have a smooth mix, stop the motor.

  • At this moment, I needed to freeze my ice cream for a great 45 minutes, stirring it up every 15 minutes. When you have that a little firm/soft-serve like texture, serve the ice cream with the peanut butter caramel and vanilla cake collapse.
  • Notes
  • Reprinted by plan with Avery Books, a member of Penguin Group (U.S.A.) LLC, A Penguin Random Home Business. Copyright © Virpi Mikkonen and Tuulia Talvio, 2016
  • I included a small capture of fresh lemon juice to both the ice cream and the caramel sauce. Simply individual choice actually.

In the book, the suggestion for the cake collapse is ground cardamom, however I went full-on vanilla with ground vanilla beans AND extract.

  • Likewise keep in mind that you will need to cool a can of coconut milk over night for this dish.
  • Published in velvety, dessert, gluten complimentary, grain-free, oil complimentary, fast, raw, refined sugar-free, summertime, sweet, vegan
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  • Conceal

thefolia I’m going to sleep now however I’ll be dreaming about this! Sweet dreams! Reply

  • Shannon

    It does not make any rational sense to me, however those thundershirts actually work for my canine! Reply

  • Rosie

    This looks remarkably scrumptious and I will absolutely be making it. That (a little) much healthier peanut butter caramel sounds to crave peanut butter is my outright preferred breakfast topping! Love the images of the canine too. Super charming! Reply

  • Elenore Bendel Zahn

    She is the sweetest puppy ever and I like my psychological image of the 3 of you all cuddled up throughout the fireworks! The book is bomb and I have my eyes on the white chocolate sauce for the weekend! Ah, beautiful as ever, Laura! Reply

  • Marta

    Love whatever about this post:-RRB- Delicious looking nicecream sunday, the sweetest young puppy and a book I have actually never ever become aware of! (Simply inspected the Instagram page

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