Blueberry & Cardamom Infused Nicecream

Kudos to whoever came up with the name nicecream. I mean seriously, there’s no better way (or simpler) to describe it.

Nicecream, yet another hot topic in the world of social media and healthy eats. Who could complain though, everyone’s favourite summer treat made healthy & condensed into two simple steps?! I’m sure all about it.

Since dessert is an easy course to experiment with, I decided to get creative on this recipe. Two of my favourites: cardamom and blueberry, fused into a fresh new flavor. The tang of the frozen blueberries combined with the pungent flavor of cardamom combine to create a refreshing new taste. An additional dash of condensed milk gives it that indulgent sweet flavor any dessert needs. Here’s how you can make your very own batch of Blueberry & Cardamom infused nicecream:

Ingrediants:

  • 2 frozen bananas
  • 1 cup frozen blueberries
  • 1 cup yogurt
  • 3-4 pods cardamom
  • 2 tsp condensed milk
  • Ice cubes if needed

Instructions:

  1. Break open your cardamom pods using a mort and pestol and scrape the seeds out into the blender.
  2. Blend the frozen bananas, blueberries, cardamom pod seeds, yogurt, and condensed milk for about 45 seconds until well mixed. The consistency should be thick and creamy, just like regular icecream! If the desired consistency is not obtained at first, add a 1/4 of cup of icecubes and blend once more. Serve immediately.

And yes just like that you’re done! One batch of creamy yet light-as-air blueberry nicecream. Perfect for any hot day out in the sun or to be enjoyed at leisure. Since no additional sugars were added, you end up feeling half the guilt of regular icecream with the same great taste. Just be quick before it melts! This sweet dessert is approved by yours truly- S.

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11 Replies to “Blueberry & Cardamom Infused Nicecream”

    1. Yes definately! You could transfer the batch to a container and keep it in a freezer to serve at a later time just like any other icecream tub. The consistency would be more firm if you froze the batch whereas serving immediately would result in a more soft serve consistency shown in the pictures 🙂

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