With temperatures rising you may find yourself craving lighter foods, such as raw fruit, smoothies, and salads. And for dessert ice cream is a natural choice. This ice cream by Iselin Amanda Støylen of A Green Kitchen is ridiculously simple to make and tastes heavenly. Beautifully served on its own, or together with berries and a drizzle of maple syrup, with chopped nuts and melted chocolate on top, with pancakes and waffles, or if you're really looking to take it next level: served in a glass with a shot of espresso poured over.
1. Place all ingredients in a high-speed blender. Blend until you get a thick and super smooth batter.
2. Pour the batter into a lined tin or bowl and freeze for at least 6 hours.
3. The ice cream is best served after 15-20 minutes sitting at room temperature. Keeps for at least a month in the freezer.
My hope for A Green Kitchen is for it to be an inspiration for you to eat more of what’s good for you, while not compromising taste. I believe that when we eat foods that are a little less processed, and closer to their natural state, as well as being free from chemicals and preservatives we can heal our bodies from the damage that so often follows a modern lifestyle. A plant-based diet has been proven time and time again to be a key ingredient to living healthier, happier and longer lives. I want to show you that this way of eating can be done in a most simple and fun way- while also being super delicious.