Spinach Ice Cream (Banana and Mango)
Green Thickie Thursdays
Changing my blog posts
I’ve decided to change the structure of my posts. My last post was very long as I wrote about how to save money on your food shopping and shared a recipe for a parsley smoothie with you. I tend to waffle on far too long so I’ve decided to focus my attention on only one topic at a time per blog post. Hopefully that will make it easier for you to read too.
I will still be posting at least 2 new recipes a week, on a Tuesday and a Thursday but I’ll also be posting at least one other article a week which will focus on health, weight loss, or food in general. I will also publish some Mammoth Articles about once a month.
I also want to start sharing some other great blogs with you, so I may do a weekly or monthly roundup post with you too. Let me know if this is something you’d be interested in.
I also have literally hundreds of recipes to share with you, so the shorter my recipe posts, the quicker I can get them all to you.
Spinach Ice CreamThickies (fruit smoothies with oats).
I’ll still be sharing at least one green thickie recipe with you per week, hopefully more if I get round to it.
Have you ever tried spinach in your ice cream? Before you all run for the hills, can I start by saying if you’ve ever tried a green smoothie or a green thickie, you’re brave enough to try a green ice cream too. It’s worth stepping out of your comfort zone as it’s absolutely gorgeous!
If you’ve ever tried an ice cream made only from frozen bananas you’ll know how amazing they taste. Something happens to a banana once it’s frozen. It’s flavour completely changes and it becomes light,fluffy , sweet and just completely different. You have to try it to believe me.
Anyway, this spinach ice cream takes it to another level of healthiness and adds in some spinach too. Trust me you can’t taste it at all.
If your kids are still not into their leafy greens, here is another way to get the greens into them. My baby won’t touch a salad with a barge pole, but she couldn’t get enough of this spinach ice cream. She knew she was going to like it even before she tried it. I felt a bit cruel taking photos of her reaching out to the ice cream as she was literally drooling, so we sat down and had some with our lunch after that.
Eat your ice cream guilt free and never look back with this amazing spinach ice cream.
I got the inspiration for this recipe at JL Goes Vegan which is a very informative vegan blog and Raw on $10 a day which is a website I’ve just discovered. Lisa explains how to eat an abundance of raw food without it costing a fortune. That’s right up my street at the moment so I’m definitely going to be following her blog.
Do you like my idea of keeping other articles separate from recipe posts? Have you ever tried a fruit ice cream or thought about adding greens to your ice cream?
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This post has been shared with these Fabulous blog hops.Green Thickies also co-hosts a blog hop, Healthy Vegan Fridays so join us on Friday to find fabulous health related articles and healthy recipes.. The best type of blender to make Green Thickies is a Vitamix and you will get beautifully smooth Green Thickies, but you can use whatever type of blender you have or can afford. This blender is reasonably priced and will easily make green thickies along with lots of other delicious food.
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