Green Monster Ice Cream

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To say the least, the green monster movement has taken over. It is so common to see green monsters consumed by you lovely bloggers. Now, I love me some green monster. But a smoothie just does not fill me up. It needs more substance and lots of volume. Enter my creation – Green Monster Ice Cream.


  • 2 huge handfuls of fresh baby spinach
  • 1 medium frozen banana
  • 2 large handfuls of ice cubes
  • 1 cup of vanilla soy milk
  • 1/2 tsp. guar garm
  • 1/4 tsp. xanthan gum
  1. add ingredients into the blender
  2. blend [I use ice crush mode, but do what you normally would do]
  3. pour into cute bowl
  4. enjoy!

Eating healthy never tasted so good :]


23 Responses

  1. You are too sweet with your comment on my blog!! and what a neat idea- veggies for dessert! 🙂

  2. Great idea! I make Green Monsters all the time and this would be a great way to add some variety. Thanks~!



  3. That looks incredible! What a great idea!

    ❤ jess

    P.S Thanks so much for the comment on my blog. I actually used a really runny brand of PB (Krema Creamy) so it was easy to drizzle. Peanut butter and Jenny has said that if you hold a spoonful of peanut butter over a hot pan (like on the stove with oatmeal cooking then it melts…wow, bad description! Here's the video of how to melt your PB 🙂

  4. YUMM!! what a great way to use veggies!! love it!

  5. Thanks for the comment on my blog! It seems like we have a lot of things in common 🙂

    Omg I was just thinking of green monster ice cream earlier today- crazy!

  6. thank you for your sweet comment! I will not give up on the siggis yogurt, I promise! I have the vanilla flavor and plan on having it this week!! the green monster looks SO GOOD

  7. yummmmmy I’m saving this one. you’re in va beach??

  8. I just had a thicker green monster in a bowl the other day. For some reason it tasted so much better in a bowl! YUM! 🙂

  9. This looks so good!! Can you believe I’ve never had a green monster?? But I would definitely like to try this out.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog today!! 🙂

  10. I’m glad you’re back 😉 I was wondering where you went to…

    Your photo is so crisp!

  11. Wow- that’s an interesting recipe… how’d you come up with this?? Looking forward to trying it…! 🙂
    I’ve never heard of this green monster you speak of…where have I been?

  12. I love green monsters, and I love ice cream. The two put together is GENIUS! 🙂

  13. Thanks so much for your comment! I still haven’t tried a green monster- a sin, I know! Can’t wait to read more!

  14. hmm green ice crema! that looks fantastic!
    so nice to meet you sweetie and welcome to the blog world!

  15. Thanks for commenting on my blog! You are far braver than I to eat green ice cream! lol

  16. whoa that looks so delicious! i’ve never had green monster anything, but this sounds great. aww how sad, you guys don’t have nectars anymore? i heard clif was taking them away, but we still have them in stock here!

  17. I love a nice thick bowl of green monster. I used to use frozen blueberries in the mix all the time, and it seemed to really thicken things up too. 😀

  18. Love the green bowl~looks amazing!!

  19. wow that’s so creative!

  20. hey! thanks for your comment 😉 oh my goooodness. i love your idea of green monsters as an ice cream. trying that asap! have a great day xoxo soph

  21. That definitely looks like it would be more filling than the average smoothie.. and more delicious. I think I really need to get me some of those gums, I want thick smoothies/ice cream!

  22. Waah!

    I hope xantham gum isn’t too expensive, I want to try this. A little sceptical about the spinach, but hey, I’m known for my weird tastebuds :p

    New recipe for my Magic Bullet 😀

    • xanthan gum is a little pricey…okay its very pricey. its about $13.75 (atleast at my grocery store) but it does last FOREVER since you use so little. i’ve been using it for weeks and i have barely made a dent in the bag. so worth it!

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