Summer Treats: Strawberry Banana Nice Cream
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! The summer months are the perfect time for chilly and delicious treats, and all we can think about is ice cream. As much as we would LOVE to eat it non-stop, it's unfortunately not too good for us. Thankfully, our favorite nutritionist & lifestyle expert, Alexandra Catalano (@eatcute), put her healthy spin on everyone's favorite summer treat with this Strawberry Banana "Nice" Cream! Eat up!
What You'll Need:
2-3 overripe, frozen bananas
1/2 cup of coconut milk
1/4 cup of strawberries
Peel & slice the bananas. Place in a bag and freeze.
When the bananas are fully frozen, toss them into a food processor or high-quality blender. Pour in coconut milk slowly.
Blend until you achieve a consistency that resembles soft serve. Add fresh or frozen strawberries until creamy & pink!
Pour mixture into a bowl. If you want a more solid texture, place the Nice Cream into the freezer for an additional 30 minutes. Enjoy!
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