Living Beauty Protein Ice Cream Recipe

One of the yummiest things to eat during summer is ice cream. Here is a healthy recipe for Protein Ice cream that can be easily incorporated as part of a healthy lifestyle.

Summer Protein Ice Cream


1.5 x frozen bananas (medium sized, approx 140g without skin)
200g of frozen pineapple (I remove skin and chop fresh into chunks because it is easy to portion)
60g serve protein powder
(I used The All Natural Company WPI)
2 x heaped tbsp (approx 50g) Yoghurt
(I used Jalna Biodynamic full fat, low lactose) OR for Dairy free option use CoYo (coconut yoghurt)
2 x heaped tbsp organic coconut (or dessicated)
1/4 cup water (might need a little more)


1. Place frozen and chopped banana and pineapple into blender, food processor or Thermomix. I chopped for 5 seconds speed 9 (high speed).

step 1 - Chop fruit You can use a normal blender I use a Thermomix

step 1 – Chop fruit
You can use a normal blender I use a Thermomix

2. Scrape down the sides of the bowl with spatula.

3. Add protein powder, coconut and mix again (speed 6 for 3 seconds). Then scrape down the sides of the bowl with a spatula.

4. Add yoghurt and water and mix for 10 seconds. Then use a whipping attachment, and mix for 1 minute on speed 3 (low speed on normal blender or food processor.)

Thermomix with whipping attachment - makes soft serve!

Thermomix with whipping attachment – makes soft serve!

Serves 2-3 people (depending on how much you like to eat!!)
** I prefer to eat it like soft serve consistency. If you like it firmer texture place into freezer for 30 minutes prior to serving.
** Delicious variation: add the juice of a fresh lime, plus 1 tbsp rice malt syrup to the mix in the final step!
** Protein Powder is optional but as I always say with any food/supplement –  if you cannot understand the ingredient list – do not use it. This brand can be purchased from the link above and enter “Amelia” at checkout for free delivery and 10% discount.

Nutrition info – Whole recipe
553 Calories
47.1g carbs, 15.9g fat, 63g protein.
(Divide this info into how ever many people you are serving)
For one serve (if dividing into 3, that is 21g protein and 184 calories!!)



About Me:
I run Living Beauty personal training in South Australia with global reach via on line training. I have trained over 35 fitness/bikini models to success on the competition stage and trained many Champions who have competed Nationally and become published models in Aussie Fitness Magazines. I have also trained many women to attain their:
Ultimate Bride Body or have educated them with packages for a
Post Baby Shape Up or general Shape Up for Life.

I love all food theories: paleo, raw, vegan, gluten free, dairy free,
but I prefer a combination of these approaches for overall health. I also believe in training with 110% energy and living a healthy lifestyle every day of the year.

If you eat crap food and don’t train sometimes, that’s ok, perfection is boring and no one is perfect. What matters is what you do MOST of the time and small steps of continuous improvement.


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Recipe created by Amelia Ricci Head Coach Living

Recipe created by Amelia Ricci Head Coach

Yours in Health and Wellness,

Amelia x o

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