Refresh and nourish yourself with this easy and delicious mango berry nice cream! With only a few natural ingredients, this healthy treat fits snugly into paleo, GAPS, and vegan lifestyles!
All the summer treats.
Summer has hit the south full force. Not that it ever isn’t summer down here… practically speaking. During the hotter summer months my family is all about the chilly treats. Give us all the popsicles, smoothies, and fun drinks! But still, nothing saves a hot summer day more quickly than a ice cream. Am I right? Of course I am. And when that ice cream is healthy, homemade, and free of all major allergens (read: dairy, eggs, nuts, grains, etc.) you really can’t go wrong!
On days when I don’t want to wait for my ice creams to firm up, I turn to nice creams in the blender. They’re always quick and easy and 100% healthy! This tasty mango berry nice cream fulfills all those requirements and is always a hit in my house.
More healthy nice creams and such.
While this mango berry nice cream is an easy and delicious favorite, my family also has quite a few other healthy summer treats they enjoy cooling off with. Here are a few of them.
- Anti-Inflammatory Banana Peach Smoothie
- Mint Chocolate Chip Blender Ice Cream
- Keto Blueberry Kefir Creamsicles
- Chocolate Sweet Potato Smoothie Bowl
- Honey Peach Popsicles
- Chocolate Avocado Nice Cream
- Electrolyte Smoothie
- Peanut Butter Chocolate Freezer Fudge
- Paleo Poopsicles (a.k.a. fudgesicles)
- Mango Nice Cream
- Chocolate Banana Pudding
- No-Bake Matcha Avocado Tart
Mango Berry Nice Cream.
The base of this nice cream is pretty easy, just a mango. Creamy and delicious, mangoes are my favorite summer fruit. Mangoes are technically a drupe or stone fruit, putting them in the same family as peaches, plums, coconuts, dates, and olives. They’re jam-packed with vitamin C and vitamin A, as well as vitamins B6, E, and K! They also contain the minerals copper and potassium, as well as powerful antioxidants like quercetin, astragalin, zeaxanthin, and beta-carotene.
For the berry part of this mango berry nice cream, I usually use the Costco mixed berry blend. It contains raspberries, mulberries, and blueberries, which my family loves! I’ve also used strawberries, too. Just whatever frozen berries you have on hand will work great!
In general, you can’t go wrong with any type of berries, nutritionally speaking. Berries are all packed with antioxidants – up to 10x as much as other fruits!
In order to smooth out this delicious nice cream, I add in a little coconut milk. You don’t have to add in a lot, if you’re using a food processor, but if you’ve just got a blender you might want a little more. I use my homemade coconut milk (it’s so easy to make!), but you can use any canned variety you like, or even use almond milk, as well. If you can do dairy, you could use raw or whole milk, too. Of course, it wouldn’t be just fruit then…. or paleo… 😉
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Mango Berry Nice Cream
- 1 mango, chopped
- 1 frozen banana, chopped
- 2 cups organic frozen berries (I use the Costco mix with raspberries, mulberries, and blueberries)
- 8-12 ounces full-fat coconut milk (I use this kind, or my homemade stuff)
Place all ingredients in a high powered blender or food processor and puree until thick and smooth.
Pour into a bowl and enjoy!
Love that gorgeous color! This is so perfect for the summer.
Yes! Thanks, Donny!
So excited about this nice cream! Delicious, fruity, smooth and cool!
Thanks! I’m glad I’m not the only one who’s excited about it, Kelly! Haha!
LOVE! I always have frozen berries on hand so this recipes was so “nice” I whipped it up for a breakfast treat 😉
Yay! I am so glad you enjoyed it, Jennifer!
Thanks for the reminder! I am now officially craving any/all
‘nice creams’. I have about 5 frozen bananas so need to get me some frozen mango + berries
so I can enjoy this asap! YUM!
Haha! You’re welcome, Carol. 😉 I hope you get to enjoy this one soon!
Adding chia seeds on top would change its looks and taste ofc 😀
Chia seeds are always a good garnish idea. 😉