Pineapple-mango-passionfruit nice cream

We are half way through summer (2020) and i don’t know about you, but i haven’t been eating nearly enough nice cream as i thought i would. That might just be because this summer hasn’t really been as expected weatherwise, with pretty much mostly rainy and grey days.

BUTTTT you don’t need summer or warm days to eat nice cream, but you may just need a warm jumper if you plan to eat it when it is cold outside.

I have made many different nice cream flavours in the past, HERE

The salted caramel tahini nice cream has to be my favourite

Or maybe the gingerbread nicecream

What is nicecream?

Well, it is basically frozen bananas which are mixed into “icecream”. I know you may be skeptical.. or maybe you aren’t, because you have tried nicecream before and know how amazing it is.

It is sweet, creamy and cold. PERFECT.

Is it the same as “regular” icecream. No it isn’t, it doesn’t have dairy or another form of “cream” which is used in dairy free ice creams. And the sugar comes from the natural fruit sugar. But it is amazing for what it is.

Whenever i see bananas on sale i buy a bunch and chop into slices and freeze, so that when the nice cream (or smoothie) craving hits i know i have frozen banana ready to go.

This flavour of nicecream is very fresh and summery and definitely one you should try making!

Recipe

For 1 serving

2 bananas, peeled, sliced and frozen.

1/2 package frozen pineapple

1/2 pacakage frozen mango

1 passion fruit

Vanilla

How to:

Take out the frozen banana, mango and pineapple. Allow to deforst 10 minutes before adding to a food processor. Add a pinch of vanilla and 1 passion fruit. Mix until smooth.

Then eat as it is 🙂 As simple as that.

Note, you can make a big batch and then just refreeze what you don’t eat!

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