STRAWBERRY BANANA NICE-CREAM

Sweet, smooth and creamy – frozen fruit tastes super delicious at the end of the day as a bowl of banana nice-cream! Add your favourite toppings and serve. Yum!
  
Ingredients for  STRAWBERRY BANANA NICE-CREAM

Yield: 1-2 serves
Frozen Banana Slices
1 cup
Frozen Strawberry Slices
1 cup
Medjool Dates, De-Seeded*
1 (optional)
Vanilla Protein Powder
1-2 teaspoons (optional)
Milk (Dairy or Non-Dairy)
1-2 tablespoons
*or 1 teaspoon stevia or honey/maple syrup, to taste
 
METHOD: 
1.  Thaw strawberries slightly so they are easy to blend.
2.  Measure all ingredients into a blender or food processor. 
Note: This recipe can be doubled or tripled if you are using a large food processor.
3.  Blend until smooth. Add a splash of milk to make it thinner if required.
4.  Add toppings (if desired) and serve immediately.
Note: If you freeze this again, ice crystals will form, so blend well before serving.  Actually, if you can wait, freezing and blending (two or three times) will result in a super creamy, fluffier textured nice-cream.
  
Author: Megan Radaich          
Image credit: Megan Radaich          
Publication: Strawberry Preserving Guide, available HERE

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