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ice cream

 

Do you like the title of this posting? It contains three of my favorite words!

Seriously, if you live in the U.S., you’re probably experiencing unseasonably warm temperatures right now. Here in Northern California it’s downright blazing hot–at least in my part of the Bay Area just north of the Golden Gate Bridge.

We don’t have a swimming pool in our yard, and I’ve been too busy to drive my little ones to the beach to cool off. But I want to appease the little monkeys some way, and this super easy to make, healthy ice-cream (slightly modified from Nom Nom Paleo’s) does the trick. It literally takes less than 5 minutes to prepare (if you have frozen fruit) and they love it. We all love it. What’s more, it’s dairy-free and contains no added sugar!

I also love that it doesn’t “violate” our Sweet Sunday rule, so when my children ask, “Mama, can we have some of that ice cream?” I can feel perfectly good always answering “Yes!”

I’ve made two flavor suggestions here, but obviously you can make whatever flavor or combination of flavors you and your family like. I don’t happen to have any frozen mango, but that will be my next flavor to try.

ice cream blue

 

Ingredients

1/2 cup coconut milk (I recommend Native Forest)

2-3 frozen bananas (I keep a large stash in the fridge at all times now)

1 cup frozen strawberries (or frozen blueberries or other fruit of your choice)

1 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract

 

Preparation

Place all ingredients in a VitaMix or other high-powered blender. Using the “plunger” tool, blend the ingredients until thick and creamy. Serve immediately.

Serves 4.

 

Stay cool!

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