Blueberry Peach Ice Cream

Welcome guys!

Hope everyone is crushing their Thursday! It is Thirsty Thursday so remember to stay hydrated and give your bod some of that aqua lovin’!

Super excited to share with you all a fun collab that For Goodness Sake and Beautycounter are doing coming up here in a couple weeks! In case you didn’t know, I work for a clean and high performing makeup and skincare company that is based out of Santa Monica, CA. This is an amazing company that is a certified B corporation and puts planet and people before profits.

So, if you are looking for something that works like Chanel but acts like plants? This is the MOVE. They also just released a game changing, revelatory anti-aging skincare line! Using a completely natural alternative to Retinol, this is safe for everyone and works well for acne prone skin too!

We will be focusing on some glowy summer staples, and I will have samples and raffles!

Come by between 11am and 2pm on July 20th!

And now for the recipe!!

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I recently made a blueberry peach “nice” cream with fresh and local peaches, frozen bluebs and coconut cream. It was DELISH but as you can see in the photos—melted SO fast. This is a perfect partner with this hot and beautiful weather we are having.  Challenge yourself to use what is in season and make something both sweet and savory from it. It is so fun and you will surprise yourself! Nothing like variety! Some call it the “spice of life” haha! 


Take a peek below! 



1 C Frozen Blueberries*

3 Peaches

Juice of 1/2 Lemon

Dash Cinnamon*

Dash Himalayan Salt*

2 Can Coconut Milk (important to buy the CAN—anything else does not have enough fat!)*

1/2 C Maple Syrup (less or more depending on your taste)

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  1. Bring water to boil. Put peaches in until skin easily peels off. Shouldn’t take more than a few mins. 
  2. Blend all other ingredients!
  3. Follow your personal ice cream maker’s instructions or this can also be frozen in a metal loaf pan and it will still work!


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