Simply take your smoothie and either pour it into an ice cream maker or simply put it into the freezer until it chills and firms up to the desired texture.
Adjust the density & texture by varying the amount of liquid used.
Ice Pops: Simply take your favorite Superfood Smoothie and pour it into ice pop trays and freeze.
New Frozen Dessert Recipe! This has become my favorite way to make my frozen dessert using a food processor.
Start with a few ounces of liquid in the bottom of the food processor (this helps it to mix cleanly and not cake to the sides);
Add the appropriate amount of superfood mix &/or P3 or P4 (to boost the protein even more) based on how much frozen dessert you’d like to make (i.e., how many servings);
Add several scoops of yogurt (I prefer unflavored Greek yogurt) if you choose to consume dairy; if you don’t eat dairy, you can substitute cold-milled Flax or Chia seeds to add more thickness (fiber and EFAs) to the finished product if desired; You can also make it without either the yogurt or added seeds, it’s still great;
Add the frozen fruit of your choice (the amount will vary depending on how many servings you’re making and your taste preferences);
Alternate pulsing and running the food processor until it blends the mixture into a nice soft-serve dessert consistency.
You may have to play around with the amount of mix, protein, yogurt & frozen fruit until you find your favorite ratios.
When done right, you’ll have some delicious soft-serve frozen dessert to enjoy right away, or;
Play around with the amount of mix, liquid, frozen or fresh fruit, and optional yogurt or added seeds until you find the ratio that you like the best;
Place anything remaining in seal-tight, Tupperware® style containers and put them in the freezer to enjoy whenever you’d like. As with some other frozen desserts, you may want to take it out of the freezer and allow it to soften a bit before eating it.
Frozen Dessert Recipes: Simply vary the flavor by using different flavors of Superfood Protein Mix, Superfood Macaroon Mix, P3 or P4 as well as your choice for frozen or fresh fruit. There are dozens of variations.
You can also add a variety of other ingredients just like with the Smoothies:
Fruits (ranked from lowest to highest glycemic load): Limes, Strawberries, Apricots, Grapefruit, Lemons, Cantaloupe, Guava, Nectarines, Oranges, Pear, Watermelon, Blueberries, Peach, Plum, Apples, Pineapple, Kiwi, Mango, Cherries, Prunes, Bananas, Grapes, Figs, Dates, Raisins.
Additional Seeds: Chia, Flax, Hemp, Pumpkin, Sesame, or Sunflower (either whole or cold-milled).
Additional Concentrated Superfoods: Dozens to choose from based on your preference. Check out our two new products: Beetroot Powder and Beets Plus Carrots, Kale & Spinach Powder (more individual and combination superfood products are in the works).
Veggies: Alfalfa sprouts, arugula, asparagus, avocado (actually a fruit), bamboo shoots, bean sprouts, beets, Bok choy, broccoli, celery, cucumber, greens (beet or collard greens, dandelion, kale, mustard turnip), lettuce (endive, escarole, romaine, or iceberg) beans, mushrooms, okra, parsley, peppers (green, red, yellow, orange, banana, jalapeno), sea veggies (dulse, kelp, wakame, etc.), snow peas, spinach, summer squash, Swiss chard, tomatoes, water chestnuts, watercress, or zucchini.
Add either the oils or cold-milled powders of any of the following to boost the EFA content: Chia, Flax, Pumpkin, or Sesame Seeds, or Avocado oils are especially good choices for those wishing to increase their intake of specific EFAs and other nutrients.