Comments on: Peach Soft Serve in the Ninja Blender Healthy Eating and Healthy Living for a Happy Life! Sun, 24 Dec 2017 16:28:43 +0000 hourly 1 By: Angela Wed, 16 Mar 2016 03:53:40 +0000 That’s awesome, Vanessa, I’m glad you liked it!

By: Vanessa Sun, 21 Feb 2016 19:05:58 +0000 I made this by freezing peaches freezing heavy cream freezing almond vanilla milk I did add vanilla , cinnamon I did pulse it till it was almost done then added couple more pieces pluses it 3 more times so it had small pieces then froze it for 3 hours it was delicious !!

By: Angela Mon, 09 Sep 2013 15:02:22 +0000 Hi Coni,

Sorry to hear that! Yes, I would say this is due to the milk. At least for my peach soft serve recipe, it needs to be a thick milk like full fat coconut or whole dairy. For soft serve recipes where you use a frozen banana, as the base, you can get away with almond milk just fine. It sort of depends on the recipe and what’s used as the base whether or not the milk matters. However, one thing you can do in cases like this is add less liquid and a little ice, and that should help it come together better — but this recipe won’t be quite as creamy without that thick milk portion.

I haven’t heard of the Ninja Elite and couldn’t find it in a web search, so I’m not sure about its specs/stats. Is it the big 72 ounce pitcher and a combination off parts, or, is it the model with the pitcher on the bottom and the motor on the top?


By: Coni Lucas Mon, 09 Sep 2013 09:20:51 +0000 Angela,
I just bought my Ninja Elite yesterday and wanted to try the ice cream immediately.
I didn’t have coconut milk but did have full fat almond milk. Not even close to ice cream. Mine didn’t look anything like yours. More like a puree. Is this just because of the milk?
I did make some veggie/fruit juices but so far I am not seeing a big difference between the Ninja and my Nutribullet. Help me out here to justify this purchase.
Thank you