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BERRY PROTEIN NICE CREAM

BERRY PROTEIN NICE CREAM

  • Takes 10-15 minutes
  • Purition, any fruity flavour
  • Takes 10-15 minutes
  • Purition, any fruity flavour

When the sun shines, ice cream is a must.

And with this vegan berry protein nice cream recipe, you can indulge in a bowl of the good stuff whilst staying firmly on track towards your healthy eating goals.

This simple 4-ingredient nice cream recipe is vegan, gluten-free, ultra-refreshing and doesn’t require an ice cream machine.

Even better, it’s only 200 kcal, with 9g of vegan protein per serving.

We whipped up this summer’s day treat with a base of frozen bananas, rich in potassium, manganese and vitamins B6 & C, alongside zingy and antioxidant-packed frozen berries.

With the addition of the vegan protein, natural fats and fibre found in Purition, this nice cream recipe is super nutrient-dense and satisfying. That means you can curb your sweet tooth and banish hunger pangs, all at once.

It’s a healthy ice cream dream!

INGREDIENTS

  • 60g Purition Mixed Berry, Raspberry, Strawberry or Blackcurrant
  • 3 large/4 small frozen bananas
  • 100g frozen berries
  • 2-3 tablespoons nut milk
  • Your favourite toppings

INSTRUCTIONS

  • Add the bananas and berries into a food processor or a high-speed blender.
  • Blend until smooth and creamy. Add nut milk to get the mixture going if needed.
  • Once smooth, add the Purition and blend for a further minute.
  • Split into 3 bowls and serve immediately with your favourite toppings.

EXTRA TIPS

  • Get the mix moving
    The frozen fruit can take a while to blend. If you’re having trouble, stop the blender and use a tamper or spoon to mash the fruit and help it on its way. Add nut milk as required to loosen the mix. Depending on the power of your processor/blender, it can take a while, but don’t give up—the end result is worth it!
  • Freeze your bananas the right way
    If you chop bananas and throw them in a freezer bag or tupperware, you’ll end up with a hard-to-blend clump of bananas. Instead, chop your bananas and lay them flat, in a single layer, on a lined baking tray. Freeze for around 2 hours. If needed, you can then place any unused frozen banana slices into a freezer-safe bag or Tupperware and use them whenever your next nice cream craving hits.