Stracciatella Nice Cream
Stracciatella is a popular, traditional gelato variety in Italy. It is a lot like chocolate chip ice cream, but smoother. Melted chocolate is poured into the churning gelato and produces long ribbons that solidify in the cold then get broken up in pieces. Here is my nice cream version, and it only takes a few minutes to prepare, has no sugar, and no need to melt chocolate (unless you like), we’re just going to use cacao nibs. It tastes so much like the stracciatella in Italy due to the shreds of cacao that are in every bite.
Nice cream is made simply by blending frozen chopped bananas in the food processor or blender, with nothing else, and letting them churn into a creamy, thick, solid ice cream. It can take a minute or two to get the banana meat into the blades, then fully fold to form into a cream rather than chunks. It tastes great, is easy, and healthy. You can add anything to nice cream; other fruit, matcha, vegan caramel, chocolate sauce, etc. Top it off with coconut flakes, almonds, agave or maple syrup, melted almond butter, or anything else you like.
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