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PostSubject: Superman Ice Cream   Mon Aug 27, 2012 3:13 am

1/2 cup Cottage cheese
1/2 cup Plain low fat Greek yogurt
1 cup Lowfat almond milk, skim milk, or milk of choice
5 pkts Stevia or sweetener of choice to taste
2 tbs Sugar free instant pistachio pudding 1
2-3 drops Red, blue, and yellow food coloring 2

1 The pistachio pudding is what gives this frozen yogurt it's superman flavor!

2 The food coloring is certainly optional, but it gives the frozen yogurt the superman colors!

Katie's Tip!
You can also scoop ice cream into a Tupperware, and freeze for up to one hour, for a more firm ‘ice cream’ texture. However, don’t let ice cream freeze for longer than one hour, or it will become an ice block! If it does become harder than you would like, you can always put the Tupperware in the microwave for about 30 seconds to defrost to desired texture!
Nutrition Breakdown
2 Servings
117 Calories
2 g Fat
10 g Carbohydrate
1 g Fiber
4 g Sugar
13 g Protein
3 WWP+*

*Weight Watchers Points per serving

Here's the Dish

If you haven’t heard of Superman ice cream, you are missing out! Superman is an ice cream flavor that comes in a swirl of three colors: blue, red, and yellow. The name of the ice cream comes from the colors, which are those of the superhero, Superman! Because I grew up in Michigan, where Superman ice cream is extremely popular it was one of my favorite ice cream flavors growing up…But I never thought there was a way to re-create it in a healthy way.

Much to my surprise, when I was trying out different flavors of pudding mix in my frozen yogurt maker, I found that the pistachio pudding tastes almost exactly like my childhood favorite, Superman! I knew it just wouldn’t be the same without the beautiful blue, red, and yellow swirls, so I decided to go all the way and add swirl in food coloring…and low and behold I was brought straight back to my childhood! This is such a fun flavor of ice cream to make and enjoy, I hope you love it just as much as I do!

The estimated total time to make this recipe is 20-25 minutes.

1 Combine all of the ingredients (except for food coloring) in a blender (or food processor), and blend until smooth.
2 Pour mixture into ice cream maker. Let the ice cream churn for about 20-25 minutes, or until it becomes a ‘frozen yogurt’ texture. Stop ice cream maker, and divide ice cream among three small containers. Drop one to three drops of each food coloring color into each individual container, and stir with a spoon until ice cream is reaches desired color. Scoop ice cream into one large individual container, and give a quick swirl to mix colors, (don’t over-mix or colors will blend too much!)

3 Serve immediately or return to freezer to firm up for another 20-30 minutes and enjoy
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