Spray some non-stick spray in a 6″ or 8″ pie dish, and sprinkle the crushed Graham Cracker crumbs evenly for the crust.
Mix all ingredients but the eggs and Canned Pumpkin in a bowl with a mixer. Once the batter is smooth add the eggs; mix until the batter is a creamy consistency. Mix the pumpkin into the batter and once you are done mixing the pumpkin, pour the batter into the pie dish.
Bake at 325°F for about 30-40 minutes. Check at the 30 minute mark and continue baking until the center is almost set, then set out to cool. Place in the refrigerator for a minimum of 3 hours and top with your favorite low-fat whipped topping before serving.
Create an 8″ by 2″ rectangle with raised sides out of tin foil on a baking sheet and spray it with nonstick cooking spray. Pour cinnamon roll mix into the rectangle and bake at 350* for 10 minutes.
Combine frosting ingredients.
When cinnamon roll is done, transfer it onto a plate and discard the foil. Spread the frosting on the cinnamon roll, roll up and serve. Top with crushed walnuts, slivered almonds, cacao nibs, or berries, if desired.
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Lactose free. It makes one cup, which is double that of a regular serving of ice cream. You can omit the protein powder and add fresh fruit or nuts to it if desired also for a healthy treat without the protein punch.
Nutritional profile for one serving:
1 large durable Ziploc bag
1 smaller durable Ziploc bag
1/2 cup table salt
1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
1 packet of Stevia or Splenda (optional)
1 tsp unsweetened cocoa powder (optional)
1 scoop protein powder
plenty of ice
A couple of great variations are one to add cacao nibs to it and make “chocolate chip” ice cream and two, to add a bit of coconut milk to ramp up the saturated fat and get a healthy dose of MCTs. It just doesn’t get any better than this!
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