Gingerbread nice cream coconut bowls

Gingerbread nice cream

This gingerbread nice cream is the perfect breakfast or dessert for the festive season.

We’ve added lots of delicious spices to this gingerbread nice cream create a chai-like flavour.

For the base of this blend we have used a combination of frozen bananas and frozen coconut flesh. If you don’t have coconut flesh, you can replace with an addition 2 bananas and vice versa.

We’ve topped with vegan gingerbread men dipped in dark chocolate which is optional, but highly recommended!

Serves 2.


2 frozen bananas
200 grams frozen coconut flesh
2 medjool dates
1 tbsp vanilla protein powder
2 tsp ground ginger
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp vanilla bean powder
1/4 tsp ground cardamon
1/4 tsp ground nutmeg


  1. Combine all ingredients in a high-power blender, blend until smooth.
  2. Transfer to coconut bowls and top with gingerbread men (optional), chocolate, coconut and/or cinnamon.

What are the health benefits of ginger?

Ginger is a familiar and well known spice that has a warming quality ideal for winter months. Whilst it does not contain significant quantities of vitamins and minerals, it is highly flavoursome and has a number of medicinal compounds.

Some of Ginger’s traditional medicinal uses (largely due to compounds called gingerols) which have been supported in medical trials include:

  • Assisting with digestive complaints,  including vomiting
  • Relieving nausea caused by motion sickness and pregnancy
  • Relief of inflammatory conditions including arthritis and myalgia conditions
  • Analgesic effects for conditons such as migraines
  • Some studies have shown cancer inhibitory activity, particularly colo-rectal cancers and ovarian cancers
  • Improves circulation and cardio-vascular health (therefore caution if taking blood thinning medications)
  • Improves HDL/LDL cholesterol ratios
  • Can alleviates asthma symptoms

Keen to try more nice cream recipes? Our Espresso Nice Cream is one of our most popular! Perfect for coffee lovers.

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