Protein Cauliflower Ice Cream

Servings
1
Preparation
30
minutes
Cooking
0
minutes
Ratio
50:30:19
PRO:CHO:FAT


This is one of my favourite things on a hot day.

Easy to make and tastes and looks decadent as something very fattening! It's actually just a whipped, frozen, vegetables and protein smoothie in disguise as ice cream!

You can use any vegatables, but just be aware that strong tasting vegetables will change the taste, and darker vegetables may give an undesirable colour. I usually add some frozen spinach and red cabbage without affecting the taste.

You can also use any flavoured protein, or use artificial flavouring.

With a combination of different vegetables, berries and flavured protein, the combinations are almost endless.

My favourites include salted caramel, cafe mocha, white chocolate and raspberries, chocolate peanut butter, banana and popcorn and key lime pie.


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Protein Cauliflower Ice Cream

Nutritional Information
per serving

Energy 197.6kcals
Protein 24.8g
Carbohydrate 14.8g
Starch 0g
Sugar 6.7g
Fat 4.4g
Saturates 0.2g
Polyunsaturates 0.1g
Monounsaturates 0g
Trans 0g
Omega 3 93.3mg
Omega 6 91.2mg
Fibre 6.5g
Cholesterol 0.5mg
Sodium 45.4mg

Athletic Goal Scoring

Fat Reduction

83 points

Muscle Building

72 points

Recovery

50 points

Endurance Training

50 points

Carb Loading

27 points

Post Workout

10 points

Ingredients

Water
200ml
Almond Milk, unsweetened
200ml
Cauliflower
(frozen)
150g
Raspberries
(or other berries)
30g
Whey Protein Concentrate, unflavoured
25g
Flavouring, Vanilla
(or other flavouring)
1 tsp (4g)
Guar Gum
1 tsp (2g)
Sweetener, granulated
1 tbsp (1.5g)

Preparation

1
In a large freezer proof bowl, add all ingredients except the frozen cauliflower.
2
Blend using a hand blender until the mixture is smooth, thickened and slightly aerated.
3
Add the frozen cauliflower (small pieces are better) and any other frozen vegetables and continue to blend until the vegetables have broken down.
4
Add the frozen berries and stir into the mixture before returning to the freezer.
5
After about 10 to fifteen minutes, remove the mixture and stir. The ice cream is ready to serve at this point, or can be returned to the freezer if a firmer texture is desired.
6
Serve with some greek yogurt, fresh berries, sugar free syrup, salted popcorn or your favourite ice cream topping.

Nutritional Analysis

Vitamin Profile
Vitamin A
29.4iu
Vitamin C
77.46mg
Vitamin D
1.5iu
Vitamin E
4.02mg
Vitamn K
26.34mcg
Thiamin
0.15mg
Riboflavin
0.57mg
Niacin
0.93mg
Pantothenic Acid
1.14mg
Vitamin B6
0.33mg
Biotin
0mcg
Folic Acid
91.8mcg
Vitamin B12
0.76mcg
Vitamin scoring based on RDA of adult

Mineral Profile
Calcium
355.5mg
Iron
0.81mg
Magnesium
29.1mg
Phosphorus
74.7mg
Potassium
499.8mg
Zinc
0.57mg
Copper
0.03mg
Manganese
0.51mg
Selenium
0.96mcg
Sodium
45.4mg
Mineral scoring based on RDA of adult

Amino Acid Profile
Tryptophan
389mg
Threonine
1783mg
Isoleucine
1712.5mg
Leucine
2824mg
Lysine
2559mg
Methionine+Cystine
1178mg
Phenylalanine+Tyrosine
1571mg
Valine
1623.5mg
Histidine
567.5mg
Amino Acid RDAs based on a 100kg adult

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