3 Protein Icecream-Recipes for #loosing or #gaining weight🍩🍓🍍

Aktualisiert: Mai 10

3 delicious protein ice cream alternatives that are both vegan and dairy made in no time Preparation time: 3 min




Spring is here and summer is approaching, at least in Europe. 😋 On the other side of the world it is mostly warm anyway 🙈. That's why I wanted to present you three delicious ice cream recipes that can be made with both dairy and vegetable products. I always thought about a red Mixed-Berry variant, a pinkish Summer-Fruit variant, and a chocolate variant.


What you need for 2 portions:


-Mixed Berry Protein Icecream (low calorie / weight loss)

-6 handfuls of frozen berry mix (300g) -200ml almond milk or other milk alternatives, depending on taste -1 large measuring cup / scoop (approx. 30g) protein powder (I took soy protein from Myprotein in the vanilla flavour) -Sweetener or flavedrops if required

Nutritional values

Kcal: 300 Protein: 27.6g! Carbohydrates: 29,3 fat: 6 Fibre: 15.9!



Preparation:

Put the frozen fruit, the liquid and the protein powder in a blender or mix in a container with a hand blender/wand blender for about 1 minute until a creamy ice cream mass is formed. If you use the blender, the fruits may not be whipped creamy immediately, so you must interrupt the process to spread the liquid with the fruits again. Caution: Do not add more liquid, as this will not produce an ice cream mass, but rather a smoothie consistency. For the decoration, you can let your creativity run wild or consult my template. I recommend to create the presentation in a nice glass. Enjoy! Berries are simply a great source of fibre and are pumped full of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. That you can make such a delicious ice cream out of them is just too good to be true!


Summer Fruit Protein Icecream (low calorie / weight loss)


-3 handfuls (approx. 300g) of frozen summer fruit mix (mango, pineapple, tangerine, melon, grape, currant ---> Aldi) -200ml coconut milk or other milk alternatives, depending on taste -1 tablespoon (10g) grated coconut -1 large measuring cup / scoop (approx. 30g) protein powder (I took soy protein from Myprotein

vanilla flavour) -Sweetener or flavedrops if required


Nutritional values


Kcal: 373kcal proteins: 27,7 Carbohydrates: 45,8 fat: 7,4 dietary fibre: 1,6

Preparation:

Put the frozen fruit, the liquid and the protein powder in a blender or mix in a container with a hand blender/wand wand for about 1 minute until a creamy ice cream mass is formed. If you use the blender, the fruits may not be whipped creamy immediately, so you must interrupt the process to spread the liquid with the fruits again. Caution: Do not add more liquid, as this will not produce an ice cream mass, but rather a smoothie consistency. For the decoration, you can let your creativity run wild or consult my template. I recommend to create the presentation in a nice glass. Enjoy!






Vegan Chocolate - Bananas - Protein Ice Cream (high calorie / weight gain)

-400g frozen banana -200ml coconut milk or milk alternative -2 tablespoons (30g) peanut butter natural -1 tablespoon baking cocoa or strongly deoiled cocoa powder 1 Scoop protein powder (I use Vegan Blend (rice and bean protein) in the chocolate flavor)


Nutritional values

Kcal: 800kcal Proteins: 35,1g Carbohydrates: 127,2g Fats: 22,6g dietary fibre: 18,4g

Preparation:

Put the frozen fruit, the liquid and the protein powder in a blender or mix in a container with a hand blender/wand wand for about 1 minute until a creamy ice cream mass is formed. If you use the blender, the fruits may not be whipped creamy immediately, so you must interrupt the process to spread the liquid with the fruits again. Caution: Do not add more liquid, as this will not produce an ice cream mass, but rather a smoothie consistency. For the decoration, you can let your creativity run wild or consult my template. I recommend to create the presentation in a nice glass. Enjoy! Although it is high in calories, it is "clean", which is as much as nutritious and has a relatively low degree of processing. And besides, it tastes really too good to be true!




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