Strawberry Nice-Cream

True story, Valentine’s Day is my least favorite holiday. Yes, the idea of it is definitely pleasant, and I love a box of chocolates as much as the next girl, but give me all those things (and more) on my birthday and I’m a MUCH happier woman.


However, Valentine’s Day treats are most definitely something I can get behind. If anything, the day is the perfect excuse to eat loads of delicious pink and red themed foods. Kind of like this one…


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(See what I did there?)

And yes, my breakfast definitely had me beat in the “Who Is Prettier?” game this morning. Those colors are on point.


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The recipe is so simple and impossible to mess up. It’s two ingredients, entirely healthy, and takes only a few minutes, I almost feel bad writing an entire post about it, but I will because I love you.

Strawberry Nice-Cream

  • 2 plenty ripe bananas
  • 3-4 organic strawberries
  • Optional toppings: shredded coconut, chopped nuts, vegan yogurt, or more strawberries



  1. Cut up and freeze your bananas for at least 2-3 hours beforehand, or overnight.
  2. Place the frozen bananas in a food processor and blend,
  3. While blending, add in the chopped strawberries and continue blending until a creamy, thick consistency is achieved.
  4. Serve immediately, and enjoy!




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Though inexperienced, my hand model was more than willing to help out this morning.

I wonder why?

Be on the lookout for more holiday themed breakfasts, most likely coming to you in smoothie form next time!

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