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RASPBERRY NICE CREAM




I have become slightly obsessed with nice cream lately. Maybe it's the warm weather but I crave this creamy, refreshing delight almost everyday. The great thing about nice cream is that you CAN have it everyday because it's a sweet treat that's good for you!

Nice cream is quick and simple to make and requires minimal ingredients. All you need is some frozen fruit and a blender.



I like to change up my nice cream combinations whenever I make it. For this recipe I made a luscious raspberry flavor and topped it with some nuts, seeds and fruit. Let your creativity flow when your preparing nice cream...it's so much fun! You can make whatever flavor you love and top it with whatever you like!





RASPBERRY NICE CREAM

Ingredients:

3-4 frozen bananas
1 cup of frozen raspberries
1-2 tbsp. maple syrup (optional)
A few tablespoons almond milk (to adjust consistency, if needed)

1. Add frozen bananas to a blender and blend for a few minutes.
2. Add the frozen raspberries and blend with the bananas until a smooth "ice cream like" consistency is formed.
3. Add almond milk (if needed) to adjust consistency.
4. Top with your favorite toppings and enjoy!

Thanks for reading!

CHELSEA

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