Make Your Own Simple Guilt-Free Protein Ice Cream
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True or False: Eating healthy has to be boring. False! You can have your favorite treats in moderation and still feel healthy. Or you can modify your favorite treats and always feel good about your dessert choices!
Ice cream is a favorite dessert for most people, but unfortunately, it’s often full of sugar. What if we told you that you can make a healthier version that is full of protein instead?
We want to share how you can make a protein-packed dessert that requires only four ingredients!
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Enjoy this healthy protein “ice cream” recipe:
✅ 2 sliced frozen bananas
✅ 2–4 tbsp unsweetened almond milk
✅ 1 scoop PRO-TF® Vanilla Cream or Chocolate
✅ Dark chocolate chips
✅ Add frozen banana slices to your blender.
✅ Add almond milk, pouring more or less depending on desired thickness.
✅ Add PRO-TF.
✅ Blend to desired consistency.
Food is fuel and eating to fuel your body can still be delicious and fun! Getting in that extra protein will only benefit your fitness and health goals.*
Try this delicious no-churn protein ice cream recipe and tag us! We would love to know what you think!
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