Written by: Kat Gal
You are craving ice cream. Don’t even try to deny it. It’s summertime and ice cream is a delicious treat - AND ice cream can be one of the healthiest foods on the planet if you do it right!
This amazing berry ice cream is creamy, healthy, sweet, raw, vegan, processed-sugar free and gluten-free. It is also abundant in powerful superfoods, thanks to our Organifi Red Juice. Organifi brings you anti-inflammatory, immune-boosting, stress-reducing, anti-aging, energy-boosting and disease-fighting benefits. Try it and you will love it (your body will love it too!).
Organifi Berry Ice Cream
Instructions: Blend all ingredients together. Serve in a bowl and enjoy right away.
What About The Toppings?
For a delicious blueberry topping, blend ⅓ cup fresh blueberries and 2 tbsp of date syrup together. You can also top your ice cream with 1 tbsp of organic raw honey or maple syrup for extra sweetness. You can add cacao nibs, coconut flakes, goji berries, dried fruits, hemp seeds, pumpkin seeds or fresh berries as well.
Trust me, you will absolutely love this refreshing and healthy ice cream. Your body will thank you for adding Organifi to the recipe. Make sure to pick a bottle up today, if you haven’t done so yet.
Have you tried our Organifi Red Juice? What benefits have you experienced using it? Have you tried it in any delicious recipes? Share your stories and tips in the comments below, we would love to hear from you.
About The Author
Kat Gal is the creator of Long Distance Relationship Help (http://longdistancerelationshiphelp.com/), a site which offers tips, tools, inspiration and resources to create a successful and happy relationships, no matter where in the world you may be. She knows from personal experience that love is possible despite the miles, you just have to navigate your way around it. She is passionate about the world and finds her creativity outlet as a writer and educator. You can follow her on her website and her Facebook page.
Before we dive right into it, here is a short story.
Recently I took some extra hours at work and was pulling in 12-hr shift per day, 5-6 days a week. The only things I did were work and sleep and if I remembered and was not too tired, maybe ate something.