Nutritionist reveals her recipe for ‘healthy’ ice cream slice and it’s the perfect guilt-free summer treat
- Nutritionist shares her recipe for a ‘healthier’ cookies and cream ice cream slice
- The slice is ‘packed with wholesome ingredients’ such as dates and seeds
- Rebecca creates lets the cookie and cream slice set for four hours before serving
A nutritionist has shared her recipe for a ‘healthier’ cookies and cream ice cream slice that’s easy to make and perfect for summer.
Sydney mum, Rebecca Gawthorne, known as online Nourish Naturally says her slice is ‘packed with wholesome ingredients’ and features a twist on classic flavours.
Rebecca begins making the base by placing one cup of almond meal and half a cup of oats or almond flour into a food processor.
A nutritionist has shared her recipe for a ‘healthier’ cookies and cream ice cream slice that’s easy to make and perfect for summer, it is ‘packed with wholesome ingredients’ and features a twist on the classic flavours
She then adds three tablespoons of cacao powder and two table spoons of yoghurt to the flour mixture.
Next the nutritionist adds six pitted dates to the food processor that she’d previously softened in boiling water for five to 10 minutes and then drained.
She blends the mixture in a food processor until combined and the presses it into a lined baking tin to set aside.
Rebecca begins making the base by placing almond meal, oats, cacao powder, yoghurt and dates to a food processor and blends the mixture, once combined she presses the base into a tin
To make the ice cream layer she adds one cup of soaked sunflower seeds, one cup of yoghurt, a quarter cup of coconut oil and four teaspoons of vanilla extract to a blender.
She then blends till the cream is smooth and mixes through half a cup of either cacao nibs or dark chocolate.
Rebecca pours the cream mixture over the base and places it into the freezer for at least four hours to set.
Rebecca [pictured] makes the cream by blending sunflower seeds, yoghurt, coconut oil, vanilla extract and mixes through cacao nibs then pours it over the base and puts it in the freezer for four hours to set and enjoys
Once set she slices it into 12 pieces and lets it thaw for five minutes before serving.
Her recipe received instant love from followers as many commented on how delicious the tasty treat looks and that they’d give the recipe a try.
‘Oh yum! I love the sound of these! Gonna have to make these,’ a foodie wrote on the popular post.
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