Fruity Ice Cream

  1. Fruity Ice Cream


    I know everyone is always trying to replicate ice cream in a semi-healthy way, so here is my contribution.

    Slice up either strawberries or bananas (or both), and freeze them overnight. Then, mix them in with a desired amount of cottage cheese in a blender. Blend until it is a thick liquid. Freeze for about 10-20 minutes, and enjoy!


  2. I question this, but I will give it a shot.
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  3. Thanks

  4. You may wish to add some Splenda or Stevia, but I don't like things too sweet, so this was fine for me, I'll be trying it with blueberries later.
  5. LactoseLou
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    Quote Originally Posted by AllMaxBrian View Post
    I know everyone is always trying to replicate ice cream in a semi-healthy way, so here is my contribution.

    Slice up either strawberries or bananas (or both), and freeze them overnight. Then, mix them in with a desired amount of cottage cheese in a blender. Blend until it is a thick liquid. Freeze for about 10-20 minutes, and enjoy!
    Seems pretty simple Im gonna try this.

    Thanks man
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  6. love fruit in cream

  7. Now thats is summer in So Cal.. Ive been freezing my bannanas and noticed that when taken out of the freezer they are a creamy consistency themselves..Im going to have to play with frozen fruits and cottage cheese. and see what I can come up with...

  8. This sounds promising.
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