Carrot Cake Ice Cream

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Are you craving a generous, sweet and delicious piece of carrot cake but do not want to consume all that sugar, flour and fats? Your solution is to make a Carrot Cake Ice Cream! It natural sweetness comes from bananas and your choice of toppings, you get the vitamin A directly form the organic carrots and the crunchiness form the nuts. These ice cream have coconut shreds, pecans, blueberry chia jam and raisins.

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You can also serve it in a deep dish and use you favorite type of fruit and toppings.

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There are many ways of decorating your carrot cake ice cream. You just have to let your ideas flow and your imagination to create.

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Ingredients:                                                                                                                                                                       yield: 1 person

1medium carrot cut in small pieces or shredded       2frozen bananas chopped (about 6oz)       a pinch of nutmeg and cinnamon       2cloves                           some ice cubes for consistency and water for blending

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Toppings: 1T any nut        1T coconut shredds      1T raisins

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Other ideas: a jam like blueberry, spiced carrots, seeds, coconut oil

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Procedure:                                                                                                                                                                       Pour all the ingredients for the ice cream in a blender (I used the Nutribullet). Carefully, add the ice cubes and water as needed. Once everything is homogeneous, transfer it to a cold jar or deep dish. Then add the toppings of your preferrence.

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Nutritional facts: 7g fat      55g carbohydrates       6g protein

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