This is nice and refreshing. I put a little bit of honey in it to just make it a little less tart. Give it a go!
OMG. This is amazing. It'll rock your world. It's obviously not as healthy as a fruit-only ice cream but by changing the base to banana you're making it much better. And it tastes FAB. So easy that you have no excuse not to do it.
So Lauren very kindly sent over this recipe. It's originally a Nigella one but I've massively reduced the amount of sugar in it. Still tastes lovely. It's a lovely refreshing orange and lime ice cream. Well worth a go. Super simple to make. Faaab.
Also, I got half way through making this and realised it was a bit like the chocolate puds I like to make (these ones) and so I thought we'd make some little cheesecakes too. These worked really well! And because they come in little ramekins you don't end up eating waaayy to much. #BasicallyHealthy. All is explained below. Check out the video!
Have a really glorious Christmas!
Super easy and super healthy. This is a great snack and a fabulous way to get some fruit in you!
I was busy watching some videos the other day and came across one by Gemma Stafford. She was doing something similar to this and it works brilliantly. Enjoy!
There are so many great words in the title to this post. It's so easy to do and tastes fab. You absolutely must try it. Watch the video below.
If you want something healthy and delicious this is for you. Peaches are just the most amazing things and probably my favourite fruit. Use a small banana for this (or half a large one) as we don't want to overpower the taste.
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Cut the peach, apple and banana into slices then put onto a plate with some baking paper (this helps stop it sticking to the plate).
Blend in a blender when it's frozen solid. It's quite stubborn so you'll need to keep scraping it down with a fork.
Enjoy. Makes about 2.5 ramekins of ice cream.
This is another addition to our healthy ice cream series! It's great. Not going to lie, it is arguably more of a sorbet. This recipe makes just one serving so if you want more, double up the ingredients. Got to start packing for my return to Durham soon and this was a perfect way to procrastinate...
Cut the peach into slices (no need to skin it but do remove the stone). Pop the peach and the blueberries on a plate with some baking paper. Freeze overnight.
Bung the frozen fruit into a blender and whizz until it's gone smooth - you'll need to use a fork to push the mix down the sizes of the blender.
How gorgeous does this look!? Not going to lie it's more banana than blueberry. Very good. Do it.
If you haven't already worked it out, I'm currently obsessed with these healthy ice creams. They taste amazing and are super healthy. What's not to like.
This really is gorgeous. Ice cream. Healthy. Fruit. You don't really get anything better. No added sugar. Just fabulous. Do it.
Peel the bananas and cut them up. Hull (ie cut the green bit off) the strawberries and cut them into halves. Pop it all on some baking paper on a plate then freeze (overnight works great).
Then when you want to make the ice cream, blitz everything in a blender until it's super smooth. You will probably need to poke a fork in and scrape the fruit down towards the cutty bit of the blender a couple of times.
Serve immediately or pop in a pot, cover and freeze - be aware this (obviously) makes it go hard and it will not be the soft gorgeous stuff you get when you eat it immediately.
It's almost too good to be true...but it isn't. It's healthy, fun, easy and actually tastes like ice cream. It's best when you make it and then eat it straight away otherwise it can go a bit brown. Enjoy!
Healthier than ice cream (well, apart from our super fruity ones). Bit of a cheat. Love it. I don't have an ice cream maker here at Durham so this is my work around. Fab.
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