Acai Ice Cream

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Ice cream for breakfast… yes please! This is perfect for the summer days that are soon approaching (please god). When it is sunny and warm outside, I no longer crave those bowls of comforting oatmeal or granola. I prefer something refreshing and cold, and this acai (pronounced ah-sa-ee… I think) ‘ice cream’ is the perfect nourishing breakfast, snack or dessert all summer long. Packed with good for you ingredients such as kale, cinnamon and chia make this the ultimate sweet treat. I topped mine with manuka honey, my Goddess Granola, sprouted buckwheat, almonds, banana and strawberry. MMM unreal!

I have to say that in recreating the perfect acai bowl, there really is no equivalent replacement for the Sambazon smoothie packs. I have bought the powders, but I really love the taste and consistency of the Sambazon ones. I buy the unsweetened version and add my own honey or stevia. The classic version has added cane sugar and guarana extract. These are great simply poured on oatmeal, granola, fruit etc…

Acai comes from the acai palm tree that you can find only in Central and South America. I want to debunk some rumours that say that ‘acai is the weight loss secret you have been missing.’ Dont you hate those annoying ads? In fact, there have been no studies proving that acai helps you lose weight. Like other berries however, acai is a great addition to a diet, as it provides loads of antioxidants and healthy omegas. If you replace your nightly ritual of pies and cakes with acai, Im sure you will see some weight loss results ;).

Lots of instagram requests for this recipe! If you don’t follow me on instagram already you can check out my page @cleaneatinggoddess. I post more pictures there of my daily creations, some make it to the blog some dont, so its worth a follow! As always this recipe is free of gluten, dairy and refined sugar! Hope you all have a wonderful week!

xx
Jen
The Clean Eating Goddess

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Serves 1

Ice Cream Ingredients:

• 1-2 frozen bananas
• 1 tsp cinnamon (can omit)
• 1 sambazon acai frozen smoothie pack
• 1 bunch kale or spinach
• 2-3 drops stevia or 2 pitted dates
• 1 tbsp chia seed
• 2 tbsp almond or coconut milk (or enough to achieve desired consistency)

Toppings:

• 2 strawberries (chopped)
• 1/2 banana (sliced)
• almonds
Goddess Granola
• drizzle of raw or manuka honey
• sprouted buckwheat

Directions:

1. Add all ice cream ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Add more water or almond milk to reach desired consistency.If you find that it is not thick enough, add more frozen banana.

2. Place ice cream in a bowl and top with strawberries, banana, granola, almonds and honey.

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