Blackberry-Mango-Peach Nice Cream Bowl

This Blackberry-Mango-Peach Nice Cream Bowl is a delicious and healthy breakfast, snack, or dessert.  It is the easiest ice cream I have ever heard of, and vegans and non-vegans alike can enjoy this cool treat.  

blackberry mango peach nice cream bowl

I think that ‘nana nice cream might be a vegan’s biggest weapon.  For those of you who may not know, it is a 1 ingredient, 2 minute-no churn vegan ice cream.

 Oh, and it makes the creamiest and most delicous ice cream.  The secret is frozen bananas.  The hardest part of this is waiting for the bananas to freeze.  Luckily, I keep a bag of frozen bananas in my freezer at all times in case I have a nice-cream emergency.  You want to freeze your bananas when they are spotty, but not too brown.  I like to peel and break my bananas into chunks for easy blending.  

You can make tons of flavors of nice-cream, from peanut butter chocolate to date caramel.  

blackberry-mango-peach nice cream

The other best part about this blackberry-mango-peach nice cream? It is made from bananas making it full of potassium, fiber, vitamin B6, manganesevitamin C, biotin, copper, low in calories, and no added sugar, AKA its healthy!  Thanks to that, it makes a perfect, breakfast, snack, lunch, dinner, whatever.  You do you.  It’s like the universal ice cream meal.  

Blackberry-Mango-Peach Nice Cream

I topped my blackberry-mango-peach nice cream with fresh strawberries, peaches, lime, blackberries, grapes, and my homemade coconut quinoa granola

Yum yum yum.

Blackberry-Mango-Peach Nice Cream

 

 

 

Blackberry-Mango-Peach Nice Cream
Fast, creamy, and fruity banana nice-cream
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Total Time
5 min
Total Time
5 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 frozen banana
  2. 1/2 peach
  3. a few chunks of frozen mango
  4. a handful of blackberries
  5. a little water(if necissary)
Instructions
  1. Add banana and mango to a blender and pulse until it is in little chunks and looks almost like dippin' dots. Add peach and blackberries and blend again. It should become a thick, soft serve-like texture. IF your blender can't handle it, add water a little at a time until blended.
  2. To serve, top with nuts, fresh fruit, granola, etc.
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