Healthy ice cream recipes are surely the easiest recipes to make. Anyone can do this. The results will always be the same – extremely delicious. In fact, it’s almost too good to believe that it’s so easy to make and that you basically only need one ingredient. You absolutely don’t need a lot of time, effort or skills to create a divine ice cream such as this raspberry ice cream.
When I quit dairy completely, I thought this would be the end of milk and Ben & Jerry’s. Never would I have imagined I could be able to eat delicious ice cream without the use of dairy. You should try this yourself to be convinced that this really has the same taste and texture as milk based ice cream.
Everyone who ever tasted this ice cream is just as crazy about it as I am. And how wonderful is it to enjoy a creamy ice cream without having to worry about your health, skin or waist? Indeed, this raspberry ice cream is healthy.
Bananas have incredible health benefits. They are an incredible source of vitamins and minerals, in particular potassium, which is essential for the maintenance of a healthy heart and blood pressure, but is also a natural remedy for muscle cramps.
These kind of ice creams I especially enjoy during for breakfast in summer, but I also find it delicious as a snack combined with my banana bread.
To make a large bowl of this raspberry icecream, you’ll need the following:
- Two super ripe frozen bananas. If they are not ripe enough, they will not only be less sweet but it’s not good for your digestion as well.
- A handful of fresh raspberries (frozen is also good).
A teaspoon of seeds like pumpkin seeds as a topping.
Instead of raspberries, you can add:
- A teaspoon of almond butter
- A frozen mango
- A few pinches of cinnamon
- Or some dates
A banana is very easy to freeze. Make sure to peel them before freezing. After that you can cut the bananas in pieces, put it in a bowl and freeze them for at least 4 hours. Once frozen, you add the raspberries and the frozen bananas in a food processor or blender and blend! This may take a few minutes depending on how many bananas you use and how powerful your food processor / blender is.
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