Primed Guilt Free Chocolate Ice Cream Recipe

Primed Guilt Free Chocolate Ice Cream Recipe

Chocolate ice cream is often a guilty pleasure we all enjoy but try to limit so as to avoid excess kilos on our butts and hips. What if you could have a guilt free Primed Chocolate Ice Cream indulgence? Please see below a recipe using nutritious ingredients that is easy to make and absolutely delicious.


Chocolate Ice Cream

1 Cup of Coconut milk
1 Cup of water (I made 2 types where the other one had 2 cups of water and no coconut milk)
1 & 1/2 Cups of Walnuts (can use almonds or cashews)
2 Tablespoons of Pure Cacoa Powder
1 Cup of quality honey
Cinnamon (optional)
1 Tablespoon of vanilla essence
1/2 Teaspoon of Sea salt

Other ingredients that are possible include bananas, macadamia nuts and other spices to name a few


1. Simply blend all the ingredients together

2. Place in a container then put in freezer for 2 hours

3. After 2 hours pull out your half frozen ice cream and whisk vigorously and then re-freeze till ready to enjoy


1. Walnuts are very good for you


2. Honey is also very good for your health


3. Dark Chocolate Ice Cream tastes fabulous and makes you smile

4. Some of the reasons to eat Pure Cacoa Powder

(i) Cocoa powder is nutritious. It is high in carbohydrates, but it also has a respectable amount of fat and protein;

(ii) Cocoa powder is an excellent source of flavonoids, a type of antioxidant whose consumption has been linked to a reduction in things like heart disease and stroke. P

(iii) Cacoa powder is loaded with minerals, particularly iron, magnesium, manganese, and phosphorous. Ladies have ever wondered why you crave chocolate during a certain time of the month? Also for pregnant ladies too for their cravings. It is because your body is telling you it needs magnesium;


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