Hormone-Balancing Chocolate Vegan Ice Cream

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Hi friends! I wanted to share this delicious recipe for hormone balancing nicecream, or banana ice cream, or vegan ice cream, whatever you wanna call it! I love having this for breakfast on hot summer mornings. I mean, who doesn't want ice cream for breakfast?!

I believe the only way to truly balance hormones is to do so naturally. There are SO many hormone balancing foods out there that many people aren't aware of. It is possible to get your hormones under control naturally. The key hormone balancing ingredient in this recipe is the Maca powder. Maca is a Peruvian root vegetable that has been used for hundreds of years by the Peruvians as food and medicine. A few of the many benefits of Maca include:
  • positive effects on mood, stress, and anxiety
  • amazing for skin restoration and clearing acne
  • boosts energy and promotes a clear head space- many claim to experience a natural high and feeling at peace when using Maca
  • positive effects on hormones and fertility- endocrine balancing
  • provides menstrual relief from things like cramps and nausea
  • improves memory
  • positive effects on physical vitality such as faster muscle gain and helping in faster recovery
  • much more!
What you need:
2 frozen organic bananas
1/4 teaspoon of organic Maca powder
1 tablespoon of organic cacao powder
1/2 teaspoon of organic vanilla extract
1 tablespoon of organic almond butter
1-2 tablespoons of organic almond milk if needed (carrageenan-free)
Toppings (optional)

To receive the full benefits of this recipe, organic ingredients are imperative. While trying to balance our hormones, we don't want any other disruptors such as pesticides or GMOs to ruin the process. 

Step 1: Place the frozen bananas into a high powered food processor or Vitamix and blend until you only have small little pieces of banana- like dip-n-dots!

Step 2: Add the maca powder, cacao powder, vanilla extract, and almond butter to the banana pieces and blend until smooth and creamy like ice cream. You may need a little bit of almond milk if it needs some help blending. I typically start with 1 tablespoon and add more if need be.

Step 3: Place the nicecream into a bowl and add toppings if desired! My favorite smoothie bowl/nice cream toppings are things like granola, rawnola, almond butter, nuts, coconut flakes, chia seeds, hemp seeds, fresh fruit, and dark chocolate chunks.

Step 4: Devour and enjoy!

The best part about this recipe is that there is absolutely no added sugar, dairy, or any other inflammatory foods. It's so healthy you could eat it for breakfast! Nicecream is my fav. If you try this, I'd love to hear if you liked it!


  1. very nice recipe on this page
    enjoyed doing it
    just instead of almond milk tried using organic a2 milk of organic a2 milk in bangalore | desi cow milk in bangalore came out real well
    Thanks for sharing

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