The choco-spirulina combo is surprisingly delicious, but if you’re not too crazy about spirulina, you might want to start with less and work your way up. Dates are to taste--you could also use agave, maple syrup, lucama powder, stevia, etc. A sweet treat to beat the summer heat!  It will be the consistency of soft...

Recipe Directions

1. Put everything in your food processor and mix until completely smooth.

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By kathrynintheraw

The choco-spirulina combo is surprisingly delicious, but if you’re not too crazy about spirulina, you might want to start with less and work your way up.

Dates are to taste--you could also use agave, maple syrup, lucama powder, stevia, etc.

A sweet treat to beat the summer heat!  It will be the consistency of soft serve.

 

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I would suggest something I do for those who don't have high power food processors or blenders - let all frozen ingredients unthaw a little. Maybe 20 or so depending on the temperature. I really makes making ice cream sooo much easier and faster.

Yum, thanks for this. I gotta remember to add spirulina to mine. No excuses!

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It does get really firm, but if you have the time, you can process the frozen ice cream, and it will get nice and soft again.

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oh yummy!

I've never tried making raw icecreame. Can the icecreame be frozen for later use or does it get too firm?

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