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Strawberry Swirl Ice-Cream

Posted By

Karim Youssef

Clean Lean Protein recipe


400g of Strawberries fresh

2 Ripe Bananas

1/2 Cup of Nuzest Clean Lean Strawberry Protein or for Kids, 3 Serving of Kids Good stuff strawberry

1.5 Cup of Coconut cream

4 Tablespoons of macadamia nut butter

1 Teaspoon of Vanilla extract

2 Tablespoons of yacon syrup

1 Tablespoon of Monk Fruit (granulated)

Recipe by @charissa_and_co_wellness


Often commercially store bought ice-cream is acid causing on the body. Therefore it is always key to take that in account that we want to rather look at having more alkaline foods within our lifestyle.  Too much acid causing foods would cause more inflammation.

Why is it important that the product is ‘alkaline’?

Our body requires finely controlled pH levels in the blood (as well as tissues and other fluids) in order to maintain optimal health. Modern diets and non-vegan protein sources may cause an increase in acidity in the blood, which then needs to be buffered by the body breaking down bone and muscle tissue to free up ‘basic’ (alkaline) compounds. Clean Lean Protein provides a high level of good quality protein, without contributing to acid overload in the body


Place strawberries, bananas, Yacon, in the food processor, blend until fine.

In a large separate mixing bowl, mix the coconut cream, nut butter, vanilla extract, Monk fruit (granulated) along with the Nuzest and blend until smooth, the cream should create a stiff firm texture.

Then finally mix all the ingredients together, splay out in a silicone mould (square) or bread shape size, in-between layers optional to add freeze dried strawberries and macadamia nut pieces.

Freeze for 4 hours before serving!

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