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January 06, 2022 2 min read

Banana "Nice" Cream

Creamy ice cream made from frozen bananas and coconut. The perfect summer treat!

Looking for a healthy dessert this summer? This simple recipe is for you. You just need a trusty food processor to throw the ingredients in and blend...

Indulge in this frosty treat without having to worry about eating too much sugar. "Nice" cream is a term that referrs to ice cream generally made with frozen bananas, but can also refer to any dairy free ice cream. This delicious recipe starts with a base of frozen bananas, to which we then add some coconut cream, vanilla and finish by sprinkling some choc chips at the end for a more decadent result. Of course, you can top with whatever tickles your fancy!

So what's in it?

This summery treat is mostly bananas, which are best known for their potassium content, however they are also rich in magnesium! BONUS

Coconut cream also contains a notable amount of magneisum, as of course the dark choc chips sprinkled on at the end.

This recipe has to be one of our FAVOURITE ways to boost magnieum through diet!


A medium sized banana contains an average of 32mg of magneisum, which is 9% of the RDI (Recommended Dietary Intake)


Gluten Free, Refined Sugar Free, Vegan


4 ripe banana, peeled, sliced into chunks and frozen

1/3 cup coconut cream

2 tsp vanilla extract

pinch salt


Chocolate chips

Cacao nibs

Sliced Banana

Coconut Flakes


1. Once the banana slices are completely frozen, place into heavy duty food processor or high powered blender.

2. Add the coconut cream, vanilla extract and salt

3. Process until smooth, stopping machine as needed to break up any chunks

4. When the nice cream is the texture of soft serve, serve it immediately with your choice of toppings. Or you can freeze it for 3-4 hours for a firmer texture, although nice cream will become icier the longer it is in the freezer.

We hope you love this recipe as much as we did.

Be sure to tag @amazingoilsmagnesium if you choose to make it for yourselves!