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Healthy recipe: Diabetic-friendly chocolate ice cream

“Stay away from the sugar!” As a diabetic, I have heard friends and family remind me this on several occasions. However, here’s the good news. As a matter of fact, you can still have your sweet treats if they are consumed as a part of your diet, accompanied with regular exercise and blood glucose monitoring. Here’s a great way to manage your sugar intake and still consume your favourite goodies; Make your own! Craving for some chocolate ice cream? Try this simple recipe for a healthier and diabetic-friendly alternative.

Healthy recipe: Diabetic-friendly chocolate ice cream
Ingredients
  • 2 ripe medium-size bananas
  • 2 ripe medium-size avocados
  • 1/3 cup lite coconut milk
  • 1/3 cup cocoa powder
  • 1/4 cup Splenda Sugar (artificial sweetener) Blend
Instructions
  • Chop the bananas and avocados into medium-size pieces
  • Add all ingredients into a food processor or blender and blend until texture is completely smooth
  • If you have a homemade ice cream maker: Blend the mixture in the ice cream maker for 10 minutes, store the mixture in an air-tight plastic container and freeze overnight.
  • If you do not have an ice cream maker: Store the mixture in an air-tight plastic container and freeze overnight.
  • To serve, take the ice cream out of the freezer for about 20 minutes before serving so it’s easier to scoop.
This recipe serves 4.
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