Skinny Mounda Bar Ice Cream: There is no better treat than ice cream or frozen yogurt during the summer months. But these treats often contain tons of sugar and artificial ingredients. Here is an alternative that is free of fake junk, dairy free, gluten free, paleo and tastes like a Mounds bar! And it is so simple to make! I like to keep a bowl of this in my freezer covered with aluminum foil. If I’m having a chocolate craving I just let it thaw for a few minutes and then scoop some out in a Ramekin. Although bananas are the base of the recipe, once all of the other good things are added the banana taste isn’t strong.
Skinny Mounds Bar Ice Cream | Serves 2 | GF, DF, Paleo
- 2 ripe bananas sliced
- 1/4 cup of UNSWEETENED full fat vanilla coconut milk
- 1 Tbs of high quality unsweetened cocoa powder (I use Ghirardelli)
- 2 droppers full of liquid stevia (available at Whole Food, Trader Joes, Healthy Home Market) or 2 Tbs granulated stevia
- 1 Tbs of dried, organic unsweetened coconut
- 1/3 of a Trader Joe’s 100 Calorie Dark Chocolate bars (OPTIONAL because it’s no longer Paleo once added)
Directions for Skinny Mounds Bar Ice Cream:
Slice bananas, place in sandwich bags and freeze for a few hours. Add bananas to blender along with your cocoa powder, coconut milk, stevia and coconut. Blend until smooth. I like to put mine in the freezer after blending so it gets a little more solid.
Notes and Suggestions: The amount of coconut milk will vary so just make sure you add enough so it blends smoothly. Try subbing unsweetened cashew or almond milk in place of the coconut milk. Are you more of an Almond Joy kind of gal? Add some sliced almonds and voila! If you are working on getting more good fat into your diet add 1 Tbs of raw coconut oil.
Hope your summer is going well and you’re enjoying time with your friends and family. If you try this healthy treat, let me know your thoughts. Should the recipe be tweaked? How? Love your feedback. In wellness. xx CC
Kathie Lorenzo says
Looks great! I’m definitely going to try this. Thank you for blogging.
This is such a beautiful dessert and what a great presentation! Sweets for a sweetie and it looks so delicious!