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Banana & Coconut Gelato

Posted by The Coach on September 12, 2012

Literally just made this and had to share. No idea what to call it so Gelato it is 🙂
I didn’t really measure anything so the below are approximates.

INGREDIENTS
1 Frozen Banana (I used 2 lady finger bananas)
Heaped Tspn Nut Butter (I used, Almond, Brazil and Cashew Nut Spread)
1/3 cup Coconut milk

METHOD
Throw it all together in a food processor and zip it until it’s all smooth.

Eat. Enjoy. Yum!

Whole Life Challenge_Paleo Gelato_The Cell CrossFit Perth

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