It was so delicious, so tart, and I spent extra time blending it so I didn’t add more almond milk. That gave it a creamier consistency. Fantastic!
2.5 Bananas (some frozen)
12 oz. Raspberries (frozen)
A splash of almond milk to help it blend.
Nice cream? What is this? Why does everyone post all these delicious looking pictures? What am I supposed to eat when boyfriend wants to eat ice cream and watch TV!?!?! Nice cream is the answer. I tried it just a short while back with cocoa powder and that was pretty good, but I wanted to try some other flavors to see if I can find one that hides the banana taste a little.
I am getting used to the taste of bananas so that’s a good thing. But still, the less it tastes like bananas the better. My two most recent attempts include a vanilla cinnamon nice cream, and a strawberry nice cream .
Vanilla: 1 frozen banana with splashes of vanilla, cinnamon, and soy milk to taste.
Strawberry: 2 frozen bananas, 1/2 a bag of frozen strawberries
Boyfriend liked both of them so much he now asks me to make him some too every time I make any!
I have a love hate relationship with bananas. I like bananas whole as a snack, but when I blend them into things and mix them with other foods there is something about the taste or smell that puts me off. I am trying to overcome that. I am trying to be inspired by people like Freelee the banana girl and Fully Raw Kristina who just love bananas! They are so good for you – and I want to eat more of them!
So.. A recommendation from so many instagrammers, as well as from my cousin, was the banana ice cream! All you have to do is freeze a ripe banana, and when you are ready for ice cream, you blend it with your other vegan ingredients to whatever flavor you want.
I tried a chocolate one. I used 1 frozen banana, a splash of soy milk for easier blending, and 1 spoon of cocoa powder. It came out surprisingly well, barely tasting like bananas. I am looking forward to adding more types of strong flavored fruits to see if I can have a less banana taste and other flavors as well!