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Raw Honey & Salted Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

Raw Honey & Salted Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

Raw Honey & Salted Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

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I had this great idea to post a green smoothie today after the gluttony of Mother's Day weekend. It's an awesome recipe; I love green smoothies. But then I had a request from a reader on Friday for my Chocolate Chip Clean Ice Cream and I decided that I should be giving my readers what they ask for, especially if it has to do with ice cream.  

If you have a special request, or want to know how to make something, email me, tweet me, IG me (my favorite), FB me or send me a good old snail mail... Whatever the way, I will read and respond. If I don't know how to make it, or how to make it clean, then I'm ready for challenge and will figure it out. 

I got to spend Mother's Day with my kid, my mother, my husband and my father. It was wonderful and mostly relaxing. Lots of good food too. I hope you had an equally delightful Sunday and are prepared for a great week ahead. Happy Monday!  

Raw Honey & Salted Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

Ingredients  

Instructions 

In a small sauce pan, melt the honey and salt together, do not bring to a boil.  Set aside to cool. 

In a food processor, add bananas, coconut milk and the inside of the vanilla bean. Turn processor on, allow to mix for about a minute, then slowly pour honey and salt in as it is turning. Continue to mix until it is smooth, about 4 more minutes. Turn processor off and remove top. Add chocolate chips and use a spatula to combine well. 

Transfer to a freezer safe container and freeze for about 20-30 minutes. Scoop and serve.  

Hint: if you are going to freeze longer, cover the top of the ice cream with plastic wrap. When you're ready to serve, remove from freezer to let stand at room temp about 30 minutes before serving, otherwise it's too darn hard.  

Hint: if you are going to freeze longer, cover the top of the ice cream with plastic wrap. When you're ready to serve, remove from freezer to let stand at room temp about 30 minutes before serving, otherwise it's too darn hard.