I may try the mashed fruit thing. I love ice cream and try to get lower fat versions but it is hard to stay at the single serving size. Have kept it out of my house until I can get my old willpower back.
Fitness Minutes: (11,005)
5/10/14 10:32 P
ice cream is a big thing for me in the warm weather. tonight i had to go to a car show that was at a ice cream parlor. i made it though the show (2 Hrs) and i didnt buy any ice cream. woo hoo. even added into my food tract to day but didnt need it.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Fitness Minutes: (5,712)
3/14/14 10:13 P
i saw dr. oz thie week and he used a frozen banana , strawberries mash and mix in greek yogert and refreeze. of course any fruit you like and freezes well will work, enjoy
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1,346 3/7/14 4:00 P
I stick my yogurt in the freezer for a bit to make it more of a "treat."
3/6/14 11:33 P
there is a new bullet gadget on the market that makes frozen fruit into" like softee ice cream" as soon as the price comes down a little, im getting one
Ice Cream is my downfall. I' m planning to try the frozen banana treat . Most people think it really taste good.
1/21/14 12:29 P
I felt like i had discovered this fact but i'm starting to see reference to it on the TV. Ok, we can't have ice cream!!! but we are allowed fruit every day!!!!. what i did was mash my banana (with dots) to use it for a smoothie and froze it to save the banana( they are getting expensive) I discovered that after it softened a little it tasted just like banana ice cream! then i started using this treat for my evening snack. sometimes i add a tbs of walnuts to it and it is awesome. you can get very creative using either a half or whole mashed banana... enjoy...
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