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Ice Cream that Fits Your Macros

By April 16, 2016Eat, Recipes

Spring is finally here! With spring comes warmer weather, and with warmer weather comes cravings for ice cream (at least for me). Personally, I could eat ice cream every day, but I think we all know what would happen if I did that. Everything in moderation, folks!

In case any of you are like me, I found some great recipes on the web for healthier versions of ice cream – and not all of them contain frozen bananas! Once you get the basics down, you could easily swap out ingredients to make any flavor you want. You can stay fit and indulge, too.

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Healthy Chunky Monkey Ice Cream

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Protein Ice Cream

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Chocolate Protein Ice Cream

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Iced Coffee Ice Cream

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Quest Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream

Last but not least, here’s my own recipe that I very recently created.

Chocolate Vanilla Sundae

Adjust the ice and amount of liquid as necessary – it also makes a really delicious shake! I’ve made it with different flavors; sometimes I want it for dessert and sometimes I want it for breakfast, so I make it fruity. Here it’s pictured with a little “real” ice cream and Walden Farms Chocolate Syrup on top. 🙂 

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  • 1 container Greek yogurt (I used Dannon Light & Fit Toasted Coconut Vanilla)
  • 5 oz Muscle Milk (I used chocolate)
  • Handful of ice

Add the ingredients to a Magic Bullet or blender and blend until thoroughly combined. To thicken it, add more ice or place in freezer for a few minutes.



Author Jessica Orpen

Jess is a fourth year student at Northeastern University. She studies physical therapy, and how the human body and all of its little pieces move together has always fascinated her. After a wakeup call during her freshman year of college, Jess has been working hard to fuel her body with the nutrients and activity it needs. When she isn’t studying, she can be found in the gym (especially on leg day!) or in the pantry looking for a (sometimes) healthy snack!

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