Healthy Strawberry Ice Cream Made In 30 Seconds

To make this strawberry ice cream, you'll need a high powered blender. The Vitamix can do the job with no problem.




If you don't have a Vitamix, please don't try this recipe with your "regular" blender. You are likely to ruin it.

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30 Second Strawberry Ice Cream

adapted from Vitamix.com recipe

Ingredients:

1/2 cup half & half or whole milk - you can use soy milk or coconut milk if you can't have dairy (I used half & half)

1/4 cup granulated sugar or splenda

2 cups whole frozen strawberries

1/4 tsp. vanilla extract


Put the half & half (or milk) in first. Add the frozen strawberries, sugar, and vanilla. With the lid securely on, turn the variable speed up to 10, then flip the switch to high speed.

Use your tamper to push the berries into the blades.

The sound of the motor will change and 4 mounds will appear when done.

Turn off the vitamix immediately to prevent melting.

Enjoy!

Try some other healthy ice cream recipes.

How about some healthy sorbet?


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