Mango Banana Blender Ice Cream


This creamy blender ice cream is a guaranteed way to satisfy a sweet tooth and a craving, and it only takes seconds in the blender! Three ingredients is all you need, and you will have a nutritious, figure friendly ice cream without the guilt! All you need is Bananas, Mango and Vanilla Extract. I always keep frozen bananas on hand, because they are so creamy when blended into smoothies.

Mango Banana Ice Cream sam eats her nutrients logo

Most everyone knows that bananas are a good source of potassium, but did you also know they are a source of vitamin B6 which our body does not store and is used to make antibodies to fight infection? Bananas are also a source of vitamin C and have 3 grams of fiber each.  The Mango packs a punch of vitamin C  (96% in an average sized mango) as well as vitamin A, fiber and some calcium.

Mango Banana Blender Ice Cream

Ingredients:

2 Frozen Ripe Bananas, cut into chunks

1 Cup of Frozen Mango cubes, the riper the better

1/2 Teaspoon Pure Vanilla Extract, No Additives

Directions:

Place the ingredients in a high speed blender that comes with a plunger, and blend on high pushing the fruit down with your plunger until it is creamy and blended. Serve immediately.

1 – 2 Servings

Eat Your Nutrients!

Eat Your Nutrients!

6 Comments

  1. Hi Sam! thank you for sharing in my link up. It’s crazy that you shared this- I literally have a post scheduled to publish tomorrow for a similar spin on ice cream only with bananas. I promise I didn’t steal the idea! I love using frozen fruit to fill my ice cream needs, I like the idea of using tropical fruit!
    Xoxo K
    http://peeledwellness.com

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