Ice Cream Recipes using the NutriBullet
Enjoy a low calorie Ice Cream Cone
NutriBullet 60 Calorie Desert Recipe
Strawberry Ice Cream
I love ice cream. It is a weakness that comes to me in the evenings after suppertime has gone and bedtime approaches. Many of us have this issue, late night hunger, or the desire for something sweet in the evenings. I am no different than you when it comes to the late night munchies.
For years, this added pounds to my body and inches on my waistline. But then I bought a Nutribullet and things began to change as I experimented with different low-calorie desserts.
I won’t bore you with my story of inches lost and pounds dropped. I know you came here for my delicious, easy to make dessert recipe. So here it is with instructions:
Jeff’s Ice Cream (substitute)
- 1/2 Cup of Frozen Strawberries (25 calories)
- 1 Cup of Almond Milk, Vanilla Flavored or Not (30 calories)
- 1 Tbsp Stevia (5 calories)
Ice Cream Cone (this will add calories for sure but if you must then enjoy a cone too)
Add nuts of your choosing (yikes, more calories)
Add additional flavors
Add the frozen strawberries and half of the liquid into the Nutribullet cup and blend. It will become very thick and you will need to add the Stevia and more Almond milk to the cup to finish. When you make this you will see a small concave shape in the dessert when you open the NutriBullet. Fill that by half with more Almond Milk or all the way if you wish to make it blend better, but thinner. You may eat it right away or you may freeze it until hardened. That is it. Easy Peasy.
You may substitute the Almond Milk with Soy Milk to make the ice cream more creamy. Almond milk with Vanilla is tastier in my humble opinion.
Give it a try. It is wonderful. It is so good and low calorie that you can double the portions if you like big bowls or ice cream.