3 Ingredient Matcha Ice Cream (That’s Good For You)

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice-cream!

Doesn’t this sentence sum up summer? I mean there is nothing better than a cold ice-cream on a hot summer day?

I love this recipe quickie, it’s simple, healthy, and the kids will love it too!

I used coconut cream instead of coconut milk and it’s pretty darn delish if I do say so myself. Coconut milk is more liquidy, I prefer the thicker, richer consistency of coconut cream. It’s also sweeter, so no need to add anything to it!

This is a great snack if you are craving something sweet but don’t want all the dairy and sugar that comes with traditional ice cream. All you need is a blender.

A few facts on matcha:

The nutrients in matcha are equivalent to 10 cups of steeped green tea.
High-quality matcha is silkier and tastier than lower quality matcha. It’s so important to pick a good matcha, you can read more about that here.

3 ingredient matcha ice cream Candice Batista The Eco Hub

 

 

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3 Ingredient Matcha Ice Cream
A quick, simple, healthy ice cream for hot summer days
3 ingredient matcha ice cream Candice Batista The Eco Hub
Prep Time 10 Minutes
Servings
Serving
Ingredients
Prep Time 10 Minutes
Servings
Serving
Ingredients
3 ingredient matcha ice cream Candice Batista The Eco Hub
Instructions
  1. Blend the bananas and coconut cream until smooth and creamy
  2. Add the matcha powder and blend again until it's all mixed in
  3. If you want it to have a harder consistency, put it in the fridge for 2 hours
  4. Sprinkle with coconut shaving or toppings of your choice and serve

 

3 ingredient matcha ice cream Candice Batista The Eco Hub

If you try this recipe, I’d love to see a photo, tag @candicebatista on social media and use the hashtag #TheEcoHub, I’d love to see your creations.

Candice

Candice Batista is an award winning Environmental Journalist and one of Canada’s leading eco advocates. Her career spans national and international media outlets, where she has used her background in environmental studies and media & communications to produce and report on various environmental and climate issues for primarily television and digital audiences including Huffington Post, The Globe & Mail, The Weather Network, CityTV, Rogers Television, The Pet Network, iChannel, and CTV, where she is currently the National Eco Expert for the stations number 1 daytime talk show, The Marilyn Denis Show.

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