Beet & Coconut Whip Ice Cream Bars




When you need a snack that replenishes those nutrients lost during a workout, you will want these beet & coconut whip ice cream bars!

Beets purify the blood which helps cleanse the body and are high in vitamins A, B, and C and in folic acids. Beets contain tryptophan and betaine that act as natural antidepressants and lower blood pressure. And beets were also used by the ancient Romans as a natural aphrodisiac. Later science discovered that the effect obtained was caused by high quantities of Boron.

As fitness-gurus know, beets are the number one “go-to” super root vegetable when it comes to juicing and smoothies, so why not make them into a nice flavorful ice cream snack? Married beets with coconut-based whip cream and plenty of Sunwarrior protein and you’ve got a healthy snack filled with protein benefits and great flavor!

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Beet & Coconut Whip Ice-Cream Bars

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DIRECTIONS

1. Combine the protein powders, cashew milk, chopped beets, lucuma powder, and lemon juice in a blender and blend until smooth.

2. Next, gather the remaining ingredients in a large bowl and whisk to make the coconut-based whip cream.

3. Once the coconut whip cream is made, spoon in dollops of the whip cream in an ice-cream mold followed by layers of the beet ice-cream mix.

4. Layer the ice cream and the coconut whip cream so they are spread evenly throughout as you would if you were making a parfait.

5. Store ice-cream mold in the freezer and freeze for about 12 hours.

6. Remove from the freezer and eat your beets!

If you like my recipe email Kaz.

kazamagraphics@yahoo.com

Itadakimasu! ~ Enjoy!

For more great ways with beets, try this amazing beet and cumin salad!


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