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How to Make Healthy Low-Fat Ice Creams

  By posted Jun 20th 2012
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Replace half the amount of eggs used in your ice cream with any other healthy thick liquid in order to lower the calorie load. Try nut butter, bean or fruit substitutions instead of it. You can also go for flax eggs which are easily available in the market and are thick in consistency. Still wondering how your ice cream will become nice and fluffy? Add a pinch of extra baking powder for each egg replaced and you are good to go!

 

 

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