Banana Nice-cream Recipe

banana nice-cream recipe

Looking for a comfort food? Feeling under the weather? This banana ice-cream (or NICE-cream) is what you’re looking for. So easy to make and much healthier than regular ice-cream.

Follow the easy recipe below or watch this video to see how its made.

 


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Banana Nice-cream
banana nice-cream recipe
Course Breakfast, Dessert
Cuisine Vegan
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 10 minures
Passive Time 4 hours
Servings
people
Ingredients
Course Breakfast, Dessert
Cuisine Vegan
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 10 minures
Passive Time 4 hours
Servings
people
Ingredients
banana nice-cream recipe
Instructions
  1. Peel and chop bananas
  2. Freeze chopped bananas for at least 4 hours
  3. Add frozen bananas and coco to a food processor until smooth.
  4. Add in dairy free milk of your choice if needed.
  5. Serve with toppings of your choice.
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Best South African Vegan Snacks

best south african vegan snacks

Lately, I’ve turned into somewhat of a hungry monster, perhaps it’s because Winter is finally settling into Cape Town. The only way to get through this is to eat all the food and hibernate until winter has past.

Compiled below is a list of my favourite store-bought snacks that also just happen to be vegan. Trust me, they’re all amazing and only one weird suggestion (the banana chips).

I’ve listed the snacks below along with the store I bought them at. But if you watch the video, you get to see why I love them as well as a drool-worthy food montage at the end.

 

Big Corn Bites – Tomato from Checkers

Banana Chips from Checkers

Tate’s Popcorn from Checkers

Tate’s BBQ (bacon) Chips from Woolworths or Checkers

Humus & Big Corn Bites, Nacho Style Chips from Checkers

Majool Dates (fresh fruits section) & Dried Dates both from Checkers

Soft Liquorice (strawberry and regular) from Woolworths

….. Can you tell what stores I frequent the most?

 

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How To Make a Lego Fidget Spinner | DIY

diy lego fidget spinner

Fidget Spinners are undoubtably the latest craze. While they are fun, I wouldn’t spend money on one (about R50 – R150 in South Africa). So I decided to make my own out of Lego pieces as we have tones of that laying about the house. The one I made is lighter than the original Spinners, but it spins, it is fun and it is free, what more do you need. Below is a list of Lego parts you’ll need as well as a video of how it’s assembled.

 

Units Piece
1 4X4 round plate with pin hole
1 3cm cross axle
2 0.5cm technic bush
2 2X2 truncated cone
2 1X1 round tile stud
4 2X2 coupling plate
4 2X1 plate
4 1X1 round plate stud
2 4X4 round plate with 16mm hole