I scream, you scream we all scream for ice cream – especially when we’re on a Netflix and snacks binge!
But there’s a super easy way to sinfully indulge in delicious ice cream without any of the guilt.
Nice Cream is a super chilled vegan any-time treat - blowing up on Instagram and converting healthy ice cream lovers all over. If you haven’t seen it yet, here’s the scoop – you just have to freeze a banana.
There’s no added sugar, dairy, artificial flavours or chemical agents in sight – just pure, wholesome fruit that’s smooth, rich and creamy like regular ice cream.
You can serve your Nice Cream in simple style as Banana Nice Cream, or pimp it out by chucking in more fruit, coconut, vegan chocolate or matcha for your own private gelataria.
It’s super quick to make as well – just blend it!
It’s so easy and healthy you can enjoy it as a guilt free dessert or a wholesome breakfast that will energise your morning.
Click the photos below for more easy and delicious Nice Cream recipes.
Ice cream for breakfast? Well, anything goes for our shiny new Nice Cream recipe that’s perfect for breakfast this weekend: Matcha Green Tea Vegan Banana Nice Cream by Tess.
Tess is a super talented vegan recipe developer from Sydney who creates and curates amazing recipes. Check out Tess and her inspiring work (drool) at
The Matcha Green Tea Vegan Banana Nice Cream below is super healthy, packed with nutrients and free from sugar – it is simply the natural sweetness of raw banana, matcha and coconut. To help create a smooth, light consistency we’ll be using almond milk, which also gives it a delicious nutty flavour.
Nice Cream for breakfast goes perfectly with added oats and fresh banana slices to make it even more of a clean fuel injection!
Well, that was easy! Simply gather healthy ingredients and blend. For some more pro tips, you can also check out the video below that shows you the recipe step by step.
We hope this Nice Cream breakfast brings a big smile to your face as you head out the door, ready for a great day.
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