Nature’s Ice Cream
Nature’s Ice Cream
Delicious and Creamy Dairy-Free Ice Cream.
Freeze fresh fruits to make the best “ice cream” you’ll ever taste.
You won’t believe how incredible it tastes! You’ll never buy that sugary stuff again (at least we hope not )
No milk, added sugar or anything not found growing in nature’s garden. Great for vegans and those who are lactose intolerant- no dairy!
Top with fresh fruit for added flavor and texture.
Always choose the freshest and ripest produce available for optimum nutrition and best flavor.
1 med.-lg. banana, sliced and frozen
1 cup frozen fruit
Honey, raw and unfiltered, optional
Stone fruits make a wonderful addition provided they are at their peak ripeness for perfect flavor. Peaches, nectarines, or apricots are lovely accompaniments to your homemade ice cream.
Wash your produce before cutting. Cutting dirty produce can contaminate your fruit or vegetable with harmful organisms. Place in the sink and give it a good bath with gentle earth friendly soap.
For produce shopping, and preparation tips read here.
Start with bananas as your base. Place them in the freezer in a baggy or speed up the freezing process by putting them on a plate and placing in the freezer. Freeze other cut up fruit you plan to include in the same manner as the bananas.
Put frozen fruit in a food processor and process to a whipped consistency. Spoon into bowls and finish with desired “toppers.”
Freeze any leftover ice cream.
Fresh picked blackberries taste amazing, as do strawberries and blueberries, and fresh sliced bananas. Add these superfoods to make your ice cream even more nutrient healthy; crushed nuts, ground flax seed, chia seeds, raw cacao powder, etc.
Add Nature’s Ice Cream to your blender. Pour in a small amount of coconut water or milk to desired consistency. Or substitute with sweet almond milk, if you desire.
Choose organically grown fruits and vegetables whenever possible.
Non-organic produce is deficient in minerals (needed to prevent disease) and replete with dozens of chemicals that create a toxic overload in your body. Children especially need to avoid chemically-grown foods.
Diabetics should restrict their fruit sugar (fructose) to 25 gms. per day, according to Joseph Mercola, M.D.
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