I found this recipe on Dr. Fuhrman's website, tried it, liked it, made a couple of corrections, and present it here.
The recipe on his website is for Strawberry Ice Cream made with aquafaba. Aquafaba is really just bean juice.
Yup, like we used to throw away after we cooked our beans.
The attraction is that this previous discard whips up like whipped cream, but without the fat, more stable than whipped cream and also replaces eggs. And with a beany taste and some of the nutritional benefits of beans. And no fat, cholesterol or high-grade animal protein that's really metabolic poison.
Weird, huh? But I like it and will make it again and again. No more wasted bean broth in my home.
Super delicious, cheap, healthy, flexible and useful ingredient, just my style.
Did I mention that I love eating this way?
2 cups frozen strawberries
1 frozen banana
1/4 cup Medjool, regular or chopped dates
1/2 cup unsweetened non-dairy milk
1 cup whipped aquafaba (see note)
Blend dates with milk in high power blender until smooth.
Add berries and blend.
Add banana and blend.
Gently stir or fold in aquafaba.
Freeze in bread pan or similar, at least 2 hours.
Scoop it up, add toppings (nuts, seeds) as desired.