Peanut Butter & Banana Ice Cream Sandwiches {gluten free + vegan}

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My husband bought me an ice cream maker for my birthday a few years ago, and now every year when my birthday rolls around he likes to mention how I’ve only made ice cream in it twice.  So, he is probably going to kill me for the fact that the first ice cream recipe I post on the blog does not include an ice cream maker, but c’est la vie!

These peanut butter and banana ice cream sandwiches are so freakin’ good that I wanted everyone to be able to enjoy them!  Ice cream maker or no ice cream maker. A while ago I saw this awesome looking banana ice cream recipe on Pinch of Yum and I thought that the idea of making ice cream out of bananas was genius!  We have a special place that we go out for ice cream to every few months and I always get the banana ice cream with peanuts on top.  It is so creamy and delicious, but I only allow myself to eat it every so often.  I figured that if I could make banana ice cream without a bunch of milk, cream, and sugar then there would be no reason for me not to eat it all the time!

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  I wasn’t quite sure what the texture was going to be like, but it is literally so creamy and so delicious that you almost forget that it is dairy free.  This ice cream is also so easy to make that you will be making it all summer long!  I added some cashew cream to mine to make sure it stayed really creamy when I froze it for the ice cream sandwiches, but if you are planning on eating them fairly soon after you make them, you could probably skip that step.  You start out by cutting the bananas into bite size pieces and then you freeze them.  Once they are frozen, you add them, along with a few other things, to a powerful blender and then you get ice cream! (FYI: the little pieces of frozen bananas make awesome summer snacks!)

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I’ve been planning an ice cream sandwich recipe for sometime now, and when I finally decided on banana ice cream I just knew that the sandwich part had to be peanut butter flavored!  Peanut butter and bananas are like Kim and Kanye, meant to be!  Kinda just kidding with that last one, but I do have to admit that I’ve been binge watching Keeping Up With the Kardashians ever since I found out that I could buy the new episodes off of Amazon.  Please don’t judge me!

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I adapted this peanut butter cookie recipe from Blissful Basil.  I just loved that it was both vegan and gluten free, so all my vegan friends out there can enjoy this too!  I smashed the cookie dough down to cover the bottom of the pan and slightly under-baked it so it stays pretty soft even after you freeze it.  I also added some fork marks on top to look like peanut butter cookies, but that step is completely optional!

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Please allow me to complain for one second, photographing ice cream sandwiches outside is no easy task when it is 100 + degrees outside!  The first batch of photos that I took literally looked like a hot mess.  Surprisingly my perfectionist side won out over my lazy side and I did the shoot again the next day when it wasn’t quite as hot out.  These ice cream sandwiches are definitely delicious to eat when it is 100+ degress outside, so it was all worth it!  Enjoy!

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Peanut Butter & Banana Ice Cream Sandwiches {gluten free + vegan}
 
Recipe type: Dessert, Gluten Free, Vegan
Ingredients
Peanut Butter Cookies:
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 1 cup creamy peanut butter, no stir
  • 1 tablespoon maple syrup
  • 1½ teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1 cup oat flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • ⅛ teaspoon salt
  • ¼ cup almond milk
  • 2 tablespoons mini chocolate chips, dairy free if necessary
Banana Ice Cream:
  • 4 ripe bananas
  • ½ cup raw cashews, soaked in water overnight and rinsed and drained
  • ¾ cup almond milk, divided
  • 1 tablespoon maple syrup
Instructions
Peanut Butter Cookies:
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. In a large bowl, with an electric mixer, cream together the peanut butter and brown sugar for about 1 minute. Then add in the vanilla extract and maple syrup and mix again until combined.
  3. In a medium sized bowl add the oat flour, baking powder, and salt. Mix until combined.
  4. Slowly add the flour mixture to the peanut butter mixture in two batches and mix until everything is combined. Add the almond milk and mix again. Add the mini chocolate chips and gently mix into the cookie dough with a spoon or you can use your hand.
  5. Divide the cookie dough in half. Line a 9x13 inch baking dish with parchment paper and press in half of the dough mixture. You want the cookie dough to cover the entire pan in a thin layer.
  6. Place the pan into the oven and bake for 12 minutes. The cookie dough may seem underdone, but it will firm up a little as it cools and then it will firm up even more when you freeze it. Lift the cookie dough out of the pan by the parchment paper and set on a cooling rack.
  7. Repeat the same process for the 2nd half of the cookie dough. Let ice cream sandwich cookies cool.
Banana Ice Cream:
  1. Cut the bananas into small pieces and freeze for at least 2 hours.
  2. Add the soaked cashews to a blender with ¼ cup of almond milk. Blend for about 30 seconds - 1 minutes, until it has a creamy texture.
  3. Next, add the frozen bananas, maple syrup, and 1 /2 cup almond milk and blend until you get a creamy mixture, about 2 - 3 minutes. You may have to adjust the bananas as you go and mix it up to make sure the blades can get to all the bananas.
Ice Cream Sandwiches:
  1. Line the 9x13 inch pan with parchment paper. Carefully flip the peanut butter sandwich cookie upside down (this step isn't necessary, but it will make the top look better). Slowly slide the cookie onto the parchment paper. Top with the banana ice cream and spread around evenly. Carefully slide the second piece of peanut butter cookie on top of the ice cream.
  2. Place ice cream sandwiches into the freezer and freeze for at least 2 hours. When ready to eat, slice into desired ice cream bar sizes.
Notes
If the bars have been in the freezer overnight, you may want to let them sit out for just a few minutes before enjoying them.

 

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Peanut Butter & Banana Ice Cream Sandwiches

Throwback Thursday picture of baby Cheeto!

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Comments

  1. says

    Oh my! I need one of these sandwiches! Gah I love ice cream sandwiches! haha

    And I sooo here you on photographing frozen treats right now – so tricky! And Cheeto as a kitty? Adorbs!

    • She Likes Food says

      I love ice cream sandwiches too! They are kinda like cake and ice cream all rolled into one! Photographing in the heat is awful! The first set of photos I took of these were so horrible, it was a melty mess that ended with the ice cream sandwich tower toppling over! Is it winter yet?! :)

    • She Likes Food says

      Thank you so much for all the sweet complements, Gayle!! Ice cream sandwiches are the best! Thanks for pinning :)

  2. says

    I love this recipe! Banana ice cream is really good. I love that you made peanut butter cookie sandwiches with it. Wonderful idea!

    Pinning this one!

    • She Likes Food says

      Thanks Danielle! I was so amazing at how easy and delicious banana ice cream is, I want it all the time now! Peanut butter and bananas are pretty much the best flavors ever! Thanks so much for pinning :)

    • She Likes Food says

      Thanks June! I love that you can make delicious and creamy vegan ice cream out of bananas, it is pretty amazing!

  3. says

    These look amazing. I would probably be thrilled with a bowl of that banana ice cream but the sandwiches take it to a whole new level of delicious! Thank you for sharing!

    • She Likes Food says

      Thank you Monet! I definitely made a few batches of the banana ice cream that I ate with a spoon, just to make sure it was delicious! But, not much beats peanut butter and bananas :)

    • She Likes Food says

      Banana peanut butter combo is the best! I also really love ice cream sandwiches, except I always tend to eat so many of them! I think I’m addicted! Photographing them was not easy at all, I think I need to figure out how to photograph with the indoor lights, at least until winter comes!

    • She Likes Food says

      Thanks you Arpita! Yes, they are so easy! It is about 100 degrees here today and I think I need to make another batch :)

  4. says

    Yum, Izzy! I love the pictures of these, they look so appetizing! Lol, on the Kardashian show. I get sucked into it every once in a while too. My fave sister is Kourtney because I think her and I have the most in common, except our choice in men. 😛

    • She Likes Food says

      Thank you Lauren! It wasn’t easy to get the photos, but it was definitely worth it! Is it winter yet?! I’m already over this hot weather and as much as I like the monsoons, I hate the humidity they bring! I was watching the Kardashians last night and Eric told me he couldn’t be married to someone who watched that awful show, lol. I don’t know your husband well, but from I do know, he is nothing like Scott!! Haha!

  5. says

    I’ve made this peanut butter banana “ice cream” before and it is SO good! And so easy to make. I love it because I never feel guilty eating it. Great idea using it to make an ice cream sandwich! Your pictures turned out great!

    • She Likes Food says

      Isn’t it the best ice cream ever!? And such a plus that it is healthy and you can eat ten bowls and not feel guilty! Thank you so much about the photos! The first batch of photos definitely didn’t look like this, haha!

  6. says

    I have a serious bloggy crush on you right now. A: I love banana ice cream (and I rarely use an ice cream maker, too! blender lovers, unite!), and B. I have an unhealthy obsession with peanut butter. Essentially these sandos are the perfect treat for me and I want to eat every last one of them!

    • She Likes Food says

      Julia! I’m so flattered!! I am so obsessed with banana ice cream right now, I don’t see how I could ever like any other ice cream more! And I also have an unhealthy obsession with peanut butter! I made 3 batches of these sandwiches while testing the recipe out and I still want more! I’ll send some your way :)

  7. says

    Oh my gosh, these look amazing. I agree pb & banana are a match made in heaven… and chocolate doesn’t hurt! I love that the “ice cream” is so easy to make! So yum.

    And of course… I am dying over baby Cheeto. Love.

    • She Likes Food says

      Thanks Jess!! You are right, chocolate never hurts anything! This ice cream is so easy to make you will want it always! I miss baby Cheeto so much! He is still a cutie, but I can’t pick him up in one hand like I used to be able to!

  8. says

    I’m convinced that I need a room made out of ice to shoot ice cream in, because I live in 100 degree weather too and it’s ridiculous! However, you did a pretty amazing job – these sandwiches look ridiculously delicious!

    • She Likes Food says

      Haha!! Can we please share that room made out of ice?! Right now it is so hot that I wish I lived in a room full of ice! It is definately the quickest photo shoot I have ever done!

    • She Likes Food says

      Thank you so much, Sarah!! There is something about trashy reality shows that just sucks you in! I’m a huge Real Housewives fan too! Interestingly, my husband got me hooked and now we both can stop watching :)

    • She Likes Food says

      Thank you, Olivia! I will send you some right over! I’m so obsessed with this banana ice cream right now, I think you would love it!

  9. says

    OMG baby cheeto is adorable!! And these ice cream sandwiches look phenomenal! I love love love banana ice cream and can just imagine how awesome it tastes with almond milk, cashews and maple syrup – and then put in between peanut butter sandwiches – deee-lish!

    • She Likes Food says

      Haha, thank you! Sometimes I wish he was still a baby! This is the first time I have ever tried banana ice cream, but it is my new favorite thing! I can’t get enough ice cream in the summertime and I love this ice cream because I can eat as much as I want guilt free! The peanut butter sandwiches really make this recipe :)

    • She Likes Food says

      Thank you! I never thought that I’d be able to make a decent vegan ice cream, but this banana ice cream really takes the cake! I love PB so much too :)

  10. says

    I’ve been wanting to make ice cream for awhile now and seeing this awesome recipe makes me glad I didn’t buy an ice cream maker. Ice cream sandwiches, YUM! I’m impressed you took such beautiful pictures in the hot sun. That takes some skill!

    • She Likes Food says

      I have only made ice cream in my ice cream maker twice and I keep meaning to use it more, but this banana ice cream is so good and so much easier that I now want to make it all the time! There are so many great flavors that go well with bananas that you could make so many variations of this ice cream too! Thanks you, this was definitely the quickest photo shoot I’ve ever done :)

  11. says

    Oh my goodness I LOVE making banana ice cream! It’s like magic that simply frozen bananas can turn into something so tasty. You know what else I love? These sandwiches. Seriously, Izzy I can hardly stand how amazing these look! PB and banana is one of my fav combos in the world and it could never hurt to throw ice cream into the mix, right? GORGEOUS, photos too girl especially for something so difficult to photograph! You nailed it. :) Pinning and trying these VERY soon.

    • She Likes Food says

      Sarah! I can’t believe I have only now discovered banana ice cream, I’m so behind the times, haha! It is totally like magic, I kinda still can’t believe that it gets so creamy and delicious! PB and banana is one of my favorite combos too, it doesn’t get much better! Yes, it really never does hurt to throw ice cream in, haha! I hope you love these, Sarah :)

    • She Likes Food says

      Thank you Leah! You so have to try banana ice cream! I still can’t believe how creamy and delicious it is! I would never guess that it is pretty much only made out of bananas. You will so love this banana ice cream, Leah!

  12. says

    Geez, these look good and I’m not even crazy about peanut butter. ;-)The cookies themselves look amazing, and I loved learning that the cashew cream helps the ice cream stay creamy. I seriously need to make these this summer!

    • She Likes Food says

      Thanks Katie! If you like almond butter, you could use that instead of the peanut butter and it would be just as delicious! Or, I bet chocolate chip cookies would be really good too! I love cashew cream and I think it went perfectly with the banana ice cream! I agree, you do need to make these asap :)

  13. says

    These look sooooo good!! I made gf ice cream sandwiches a few weeks ago but my photos looked terrible so I need to try again. Yours look amazing! I am so impressed you got so many great shots before they melted!! :)

    • She Likes Food says

      Thanks Annie!! My first batch of photos were so terrible! They were melty and so bad, I thought about posting one, but I was too embarrassed, haha! I think this photoshoot lasted about 5 minutes, so I could get a shot before they melted. I need to make a bunch of ice cream recipes this winter and then save them to post in the summertime, because ice cream photos and the sun don’t mix! I can’t wait to see your ice cream sandwiches :)

  14. says

    These pictures are beautiful! Definitely worth waiting for a little cooler day to shoot. I can’t imagine trying to shoot ice cream in Arizona in the summer. I’m pretty sure that I’d melt before the ice cream. Haha
    I love the peanut butter and banana combination.

    • She Likes Food says

      Thank you Cindy! It was hard not to eat them all at once and save some for a cooler day, but it was totally worth it! Shooting ice cream in the summer here is defiantly not easy, haha! I have some indoor studio lights and I really need to learn how to use! These days I always end my photo shoots covered in sweat and cursing the Arizona heat!

  15. says

    Oh my goodness, these ice cream sandwiches look incredible, Izzy! I am a sucker for all ice cream and love love love that you paired peanut butter cookies with banana ice cream – the pictures are gorgeous and baby Cheeto is so adorable!

    • She Likes Food says

      Thank you Kelly! I am also a sucker for all ice cream and I have definitely been getting my fair share of it this summer! Peanut butter and bananas is really the perfect combo! Thanks so much for the sweet compliment and everytime I look at baby Cheeto pics I wish he was still that small :)

  16. Alissa says

    I was really excited to find this recipe. I love peanut butter and bananas together! When I was reading the recipe; however, it lists almond milk in the ingredients for the cookie dough but never asks you to use it in the directions. I just wanted to let you know. :) I just took the peanut butter cookies out of the oven…yum! Thank you again!

    • She Likes Food says

      Hi Alissa! Thanks so much for bringing that to my attention! I just added the almond milk into the directions part. I added the almond milk in after I had mixed the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients. I hope you really enjoy these ice cream sandwiches! I can’t stop eating them and just made another batch! Thanks so much for commenting! :)

  17. says

    These are gorgeous and the flavors sound amazing! They look so rich and creamy. You did your perfectionist side proud – the photos are perfect! I wish I had one for breakfast right now. :)

    • She Likes Food says

      Thank you so much, Alanna! I was just looking back over the hot mess photos today and I’m so glad I took the time to re-shoot them! The banana ice cream really is so creamy, I was so pleasantly surprised by it!
      And, I will have one for breakfast with you :) Ps. I miss baby sized Cheeto! When we got him from the shelter his name was Paul Bunyon and I think it is because they thought he was going to get huge, which he did!

  18. says

    this recipe is brilliant. and its gf! THANK YOU! I have yet to attempt making gf ice cream sandwiches (to exhausted by the idea of baking cookie/cake bars and following that up with the ice cream process). buuuuut since the icecream is so easy i might just end up making these! saving this recipe to my “need to make soon” list.

    • She Likes Food says

      Thank you so much, Renee! I had been thinking of them for a while and it did take a lot of energy to actually follow through with them (I also had to test the recipe 2 times before I got it how I liked it) but it was well worth it! When all was said and done, it really didn’t seem like too much work! And you are right, the ice cream is so easy! I hope you love them :)

  19. says

    First of all, I’m going to make these. Second, omggg baby Cheeto!!! I had a Nacho who was orange and looked just like that! When he got scared his tail would puff up and my friend called him “puffy Cheeto”! Can’t wait to try these ice cream bars.

  20. says

    Oh my, these are a) gorgeous b) healthy c) delicious-sounding! I want to convert this recipe for my Thermomix but can’t help wondering how you managed to cut them so well. I’m afraid the edges will crack as I try to cut them into bars. How did you manage to cut the cookie dough so neatly? Any tips for avoiding a smushy crooked edges would be greatly appreciated :) Thanks in advance!

    • She Likes Food says

      Thank you so much, Helene! I made sure that they were very frozen and then I cut the edges off using a big sharp knife and then cut them into wedges. The cookie is actually pretty soft because I wanted it to be more like an ice cream sandwich cookie than a crispy cookie, so I think that is what allows it to cut without cracking. I hope it turns out well for you! Let me know if you have any other questions :)

  21. Heather says

    These look amazing — I’ve just made mine today and am leaving them in the freezer over night, so tomorrow morning I will find check how they turned out!
    I did have a couple of difficulties though, my cookie dough ended up being so sticky it was hard to stop it from sticking to my fingers or utensils as I was putting it in the pan to go into the oven, also my ice cream was slightly runny (but I think I may have put in a little too much almond milk so that ones on me). Any chance you’ve made these and had the problem with the dough being sticky? Not sure where I went wrong for it to turn out like that!
    Anyways, looking forward to letting my friends taste them tomorrow night regardless! :)

    • She Likes Food says

      Hi Heather! Hmm, it has been a while since I made them last and I don’t remember by dough being super sticky. The only think I can think of is maybe it needed a bit more flour or some flour on your hands to keep it from sticking so much. I’m sorry about that! I would love to know how they turn out tomorrow!

  22. Dionna says

    I was so happy to find this until I read that there are cashews :( I am terribly allergic to cashews. Is there an alternative to the cashews? I would love to try this recipe. It looks absolutely delish!

    • She Likes Food says

      Hi Dionna! You can absolutely omit the cashew cream in the recipe. The banana ice cream might freeze up to be a little bit harder, but it should still taste delicious!

  23. Christen says

    Hi! I’d love to make these–they look simply delicious! However, I’m really trying to reduce my processed sugar intake, and the recipe calls for one cup of brown sugar. Do you think I could substitute honey for the sugar? Would I have to reduce the amount of the other liquids in the recipe (the milk, namely) since honey is more liquid-y than brown sugar? Thanks so much!

    Christen

    • She Likes Food says

      Hi Christen! Have you thought about using coconut sugar? That is the only thing I can think of that is close enough to brown sugar that you would be able to substitute without anything going terribly wrong. You could try reducing the amount of milk and adding in some honey, but I’m unsure of how it would turn out since I haven’t tried that myself. If you do eat coconut sugar I would try that first! Let me know how they turn out if you make them!

      • Christen says

        Thanks for your reply, Izzy! Actually I don’t live in the US, and I’m not sure if they sell coconut sugar where I live… In any case I haven’t seen it. But no matter–I ended up using 1/2 cup of brown sugar and 1/2 cup of honey, and the batter turned out really sticky, but I managed fine and it is simply DELICIOUS! Great recipe, thank you so much!

  24. Emilie says

    I made these last night using coconut sugar (about 1 1/2 cups) and they are delicious! The only problem I encountered was that I was unable to spread the cookie dough to cover the entire 9×13 pan and the cookies broke apart when I tried to put the whole thing together. Maybe it is because of the coconut sugar-it doesn’t stick together the way brown sugar does? Anyway, they taste delicious…thanks for the recipe!

    • She Likes Food says

      Yah! I’m so glad you enjoyed them! I’ve thought about using coconut sugar instead of the brown sugar but haven’t experimented with it yet, so that is good to know! Hmm, yeah you might be right about that. Brown sugar packs together so nicely that maybe it does help held the baked goods together too! I’m so glad they still tasted good though :)

    • She Likes Food says

      Hi Marco! You can leave the cashews out and add an extra banana. It might freeze a little bit differently, but it will still be good!

  25. L.A. says

    Yum! I have gathered the ingredients, and am so making these this weekend. Ice Cream Sandwiches scream Summer Sweet Tooth Satisfaction. Love that the recipe is vegan and approachable. I can’t wait to make, taste and share these with my vegan AND omnivore peeps!

    Thanks for the great recipes. :)

    • She Likes Food says

      Yah! I hope they turned our really well for you! They are still my favorite ice cream sandwiches ever!

  26. says

    Isadora!

    As a gluten free experimenter and a banana ice cream lover myself, I was thrilled to find this recipe! My husband (the gluten free one) will love these :) I’ll be frequenting your website more often in the future!

    • She Likes Food says

      Hi Michaela! yah! I’m so glad you found this recipe and my site! I hope you guys enjoy the ice cream sandwiches :)

    • She Likes Food says

      Hi kassandra, I’ve never tried it with whole wheat flour, but I think it would probably work fine. I might just add it in slowly in case you don’t need to use as much. Good luck!

  27. Denise says

    I am excited to make these they look so good! I was wo,deri,g what you mean by creamy peanut butter, no stir? Does that mean you can’t use the natural peanut butter that needs to be stirred? (which I usually just pour off the oil completely before using). Thanks

    • She Likes Food says

      You could probably use the natural peanut butter that you pour the oil off of and it would work just fine. The recipe I adapted these from used the no stir peanut butter so that is always what I used. I’m guessing it has a little less liquid than the peanut butter that you have to stir, but I think it would probably still work. You might just have to add a touch more oat flour :)

    • She Likes Food says

      Hi Jamie, Yes, they are meant to be stored in the freezer so they freeze very well! I have frozen them up for a month and have had good results. I hope your daughter loves them :)

  28. Rebecca says

    Could I decrease the amount of sugar for the cookies at all? I’m used to less sugar, so I’m guessing if it would still function as a cookie, they’d still taste great. also, how many does this make?

    • She Likes Food says

      Hi Rebecca, the only thing I would be concerned about with reducing the amount of sugar would be the consistency of the batter. Just because there aren’t too many ingredients in the batter to begin with, so you might want to use less almond milk if you are using less sugar. You could try it out and see how it works and adjust things if needed. How many they make depends on how you cut them. I usually cut them very similar to store-bought ice cream sandwiches and get about 9-12 of them :)

  29. Sarah says

    Thanks for this awesome recipe, Izzy! So yummy! I substituted some things to work with what I had in the house though. I used coconut sugar instead of brown sugar for an unrefined option and used Bob’s Red Mill one for one gluten free flour. It worked out really well- just added a little more almond milk because the dough was dry. Will definitely be making this recipe again!

    • She Likes Food says

      I’m so glad to hear that you enjoyed these! I love Bob’s Red Mill 1:1 gluten free flour, it works so well with so many recipes! Thanks so much for the comment, Sarah :)

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  1. […] IngredientsPeanut Butter Cookies:1 cup brown sugar1 cup creamy peanut butter, no stir1 tablespoon maple syrup1½ teaspoons vanilla extract1 cup oat flour1 teaspoon baking powder⅛ teaspoon salt¼ cup almond milk2 tablespoons mini chocolate chips, dairy free if necessaryBanana Ice Cream:4 ripe bananas½ cup raw cashews, soaked in water overnight and rinsed and drained¾ cup almond milk, divided1 tablespoon maple syrup  […]

  2. […] I’ll be honest, I’ve never really liked regular ice cream sandwiches. I’m a chocolate kind of chic, and the vanilla ice cream kind of kills them for me. These Peanut Butter & Banana Ice Cream Sandwiches are a whole other story though. Try them the original way or add some chocolate to the banana ice cream for some variation. Either way, check out the Izzy’s recipe here. […]

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