Very Berry Ice Cream

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Ingredients

1 1/2 cup Frozen mixed berries,
1 cup heavy cream or milk or low fat milk,
1/3 cup sugar or Splenda,
1 tsp vanilla

Instructions

  1. Place the cream, frozen berries, sugar and vanilla into the Processor Bowl using the blade attachment.
  2. Pulse continuously for 30 seconds or until all ingredients are well blended and forms ice crystals.
  3. Serve as is or place in a freezer for an hour to create to very thick consistency.
(13 Reviews)

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Reviews

K
from Indy, IN
Apr. 25, 2016

Yummy

It was great
Krissy
from San Antonio , TX
Dec. 20, 2015

Very good

This is very good. Easy to follow. Tastes great. I used Splenda instead. Will be making it again.
Cherise G
from Calgary, Alberta
Aug. 24, 2015

worked well!

It was really icecream! it really did work:)
Jaci
from Rochester, IN
Jul. 25, 2015

Yummy Blueberry Ice Cream

I used my Ninja Auto IQ Blender to make this ice cream. I made the recipe exactly as written, except I used 2 cups Blueberries. Delicious!
Alison
from Lynchburg, VA
May. 23, 2015

Awesome Memorial Day Homemade Ice Cream

I received my Ninja Mother’s Day 2015. I made this dessert this evening with 1 frozen banana, 6 frozen strawberries, unsweetened almond milk and stevia. It was wonderful.
sheila
from Hinesville, GA
Mar. 17, 2015

yummy

simple...awesome
Erick
from Nicholasville, KY
Dec. 29, 2014

yummy ice cream

I was a little hesitant to try this recipe, but glad I did! Very Yummy ice cream with a great fruit flavor.
Brandi
from Buffalo, NY
Dec. 28, 2014

Loved it

Just tried this recipe and loved it. What a delicious snack!
Leigh
from Ypsilanti, MI
Aug. 22, 2014

So Easy & Yummy!

I had frozen a clamshell of raspberries that I used with some coconut milk & splenda and it was delicious!!
Pat
from New Bedford, Ma
Jul. 16, 2014

Ninja fruit ice cream

Fast, easy,delicious!
Rochelle
from Overland Park , KS
May. 7, 2014

Kids loved it

They think it is real ice cream. I did use 2% milk and just a Tbsp of sugar but I bet it will taste just as good with some homemade almond milk. Looks like this will be a regular treat around here.
Darnell
from Hixson, TN
May. 2, 2014

This recipe works great with the Ninja Master Prep too

I made this tonight with my Ninja Master Prep, in the small prep cup. I used half the ingredients, since I was just making a bowl for myself to test. It turned out great.
Josh K
from Virginia Beach, VA
Apr. 16, 2014

amazing first attempt

very simple and very delicious. i used organic milk and berries and truvia instead of sugar and i and my friends were pretty happy with how it turned out :)
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