Banana and raspberry healthy breakfast ice cream

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Whenever you think of ice cream you don’t necessarily think on it having really healthy properties, you never imagine eating it as a breakfast boost for the rest of the day.

When you blend frozen bananas in a food processor, it creates a beautiful creamy texture that is like ice cream, it is to die for, you can then flavour it with fresh fruit, dried fruit, superfood powders, nuts and seeds.

I decided to make a raspberry banana ice cream recipe for breakfast, but it’s totally up to you what flavours you want to go with.This recipe is so simple to make, it’s a brilliant idea for those days when you want to stay in bed a big longer.

Ingredience

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2 tablespoons of almond milk

1 tablespoon Chia seeds

1 tablespoon of flaxseed

1 tablespoon of brown linseeds

1-2 tablespoon of hemp seeds

A handful of frozen raspberry’s

Topping

Fresh raspberries

Almonds

Brown linseeds

Sunflower seeds

Instructions

Firstly take the frozen bananas, blend them in a food processor with 2 tablespoons of almond milk.   ( I used a Nutribullet to do this, it’s so much better than other food processors, I have found on the market) . You want to make sure that the bananas have reached a creamy ice cream consistency, if it’s lumpy, keep blending until the correct consistency is reached. If you are having difficulty blending, you can add a bit more almond milk.

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Place flaxseeds, chia seeds, hemp seeds and a handful of frozen raspberries into the food processor, along with the banana ice cream and blend again.

Once the ice cream is ready you can top it with any toppings you like.

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