Kiwi Ice Cream


Kiwi is fruit native from china but was named from a bird in New Zealend. They are mostly grown in Italy, Chile and New Zeland.  They belong to the most alkalines fruit group. Did you know that kiwi is a fruit high in vitamin C? Many researchs about the phytonutrients in kiwis showed that it can repairs the DNA. This green fruit with black seeds are a great source of dietary fiber as well as potassium. It is also high in vitmain K, copper, manganese and folate. The enzymes in kiwis helps you to have a better digestion. They contain a low glycemic indexand prevents constipation. They also help the body to cleanse. As carrots, kiwis also protect our macular system.


This refreshing ice cream is just frzen bananas and kiwis. You can use any topping. I have made my kiwi ice creams topped with almonds, coconuts shreds, kiwiws, darkchocolate pieces and peanut butter. For my dark chocolate I usually use a piece of Dagoba. In this ocassion I had the berry dark chocolate which contains dried berries on the inside.


You can add whatever you thing it pairs up with this nutritious ice cream or leave it topless.



1.5 chopped kiwis (skin removed)           2 frozen chopped bananas (4-6oz)         ice cubes and water for blending


Optional toppings:   1T almonds        1T toasted coconut shreds         1T dark chocolate pieces    1T peanut butter     berries     1/2kiwi


Procedure:                                                                                                                                                                                                             In a blender add the kiwis and bananas. Add water while blending until everything is homogeneous. Then, add ice if necessary for a more ice cream texture. Serve in a dish or tall glass and the toppings.


Nutritional Facts depends on your toppings and bananas weight.


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