DIY: Strawberry Banana Ice Cream

24 Aug

Hey everyone!

Do you have a sweet tooth, but don’t want to give up your healthy eating? Well, it’s okay to treat yourself to a cheat meal once a week in my opinion, but what happens when you just want to indulge every other day in your favorite flavored ice creams? I’m here to tell you that you can, and you should.


With this DIY healthy Ice cream, you’ll need a Greek yogurt of your preferred choice, a fruit or veggie, and some almond milk. For this recipe, I’ve chosen a strawberry Light n’ Fit Greek yogurt, a banana, and a pinch of almond milk to make the blending a piece of cake (no pun intended).

You’ll also need a blender, because we are basically going to make a smoothie, and then freeze it in a container. Blend, pour, store, and freeze. How simple is that? This is the simplest recipe for at home ice cream without all of the crazy calories.


Once the smoothie has been frozen for a few hours or so, it’s time to taste your finished product! This was so delicious, it tasted like authentic strawberry ice cream. If your ice cream is a bit too frozen to scoop up, just place the container you’ve chosen to pour it into upside down under warm water, to let it thaw out for around 5 minutes.


You’ll be able to enjoy your yummy ice cream in no time! You can also try this method with other items! Here is a variation I made for this recipe containing green tea, a lime Greek yogurt, avocado and a banana.


I hope this recipe has been helpful, and let me know if you try it out! I’d love some new ideas!

Until next time guys, bon appetit!



2 Responses to “DIY: Strawberry Banana Ice Cream”

  1. Erin August 24, 2015 at 5:44 pm #

    This looks great! If I had something with which to blend I would totally make some, haha. I feel like mango would work well, or a peach and blueberry!



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