There are times when you want a sweet treat. Why not make it healthier? Banana ice cream is something that has become a popular alternative over traditional ice cream. Let us know what you think of this recipe!
*This recipe is to be used AFTER the metabolic or diabetes protocol. This recipe can be used during all other protocols. Continue reading
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This recipe is a light and healthy dessert that is bursting with health benefits. If you have been curious to try chia seeds, this is the perfect introduction. These tiny seeds are full of antioxidants, fiber, omega 3 fatty acids, help with bone health, aid in digestion, and help detoxify the body (to only name a few). This recipe does require a bit of planning since the chia seeds are what will thicken and set the pudding, but the results and health benefits are will worth it!
This recipe was adapted from a recipe on allrecipes.com. Over the years it has been modified to become the healthier alternative to other pumpkin chocolate chip recipes. While it’s important to be mindful of how often you have desserts, this recipe is a great alternative to traditional recipes when you want a little something sweet. I hope you enjoy!
This dessert is made rich and creamy with tofu. Before you run away screaming, you need to give this recipe a try. We served it to some unsuspecting children and all went back for seconds. They were surprised to learn that the main ingredient was tofu. When making this recipe be sure that you purchase Non-GMO tofu. To learn about the dangers of GMO’s, you can watch this quick video here. Also, be sure to purchase silken tofu. Tofu comes in different varieties ranging from silken to extra firm. Anything other than silken tofu will not produce the same result.