Präbiotische Nicecream für Sommertage - mit myBioma Balance - myBioma

Prebiotic nicecream for summer days - with myBioma Balance

On summer days, there's nothing better than indulging in a delicious, refreshing ice cream. To ensure your gut microbiome enjoys the treat as well, we prefer the sugar-free version made from frozen bananas: Nicecream instead of ice cream! Quick and easy to prepare and wonderfully creamy, this dessert satisfies all your taste cravings while being healthy. By adding our prebiotic myBioma Balance, your nicecream gets a special upgrade. This provides your gut bacteria with an extra dose of fiber and polyphenols. Plus, the blueberries in the prebiotic add a touch of color. 🌈

The base of the nicecream is bananas and the prebiotic powder. You can enhance the recipe with berries or fruits of your choice, chopped nuts, or dark chocolate shavings. There are no limits to your creativity! We've opted for a version with raspberries and coconut shavings as a topping:


  • 2 bananas (overripe)
  • 200g raspberries
  • Coconut flakes
  • 1 tbsp myBioma Balance Premium prebiotic
Ingredients Nicecream: Bananas, raspberries, prebiotic


  1. Slice the bananas and freeze them along with the raspberries for at least 5 hours.
  2. Blend the frozen fruit with 1 tablespoon of myBioma Balance prebiotic in a blender until smooth. Tip: Leave a few raspberries aside for decorating.
  3. Let the mixture freeze in the freezer for an hour.
  4. Use an ice cream scoop to form balls and place them in a bowl. Decorate with raspberries and coconut flakes and enjoy!


Raspberry Banana Ice Cream Nicecream with Prebiotic

That is why nicecream is a better alternative to conventional ice cream

This simple recipe demonstrates that healthy cooking can be enjoyable without compromising on taste. Here are the reasons why nicecream is beneficial for you:

Naturally sweet – without sugar or sweeteners

Due to the natural sweetness of the overripe bananas, the recipe does not contain any sugar . Why is this important? Excessive sugar consumption increases the risk of numerous diseases, including those affecting metabolism and cardiovascular health. Moreover, mounting evidence suggests that added sugars and sweeteners can adversely affect gut health, disturbing the balance of the gut microbiome. This dysbiosis can lead to issues such as compromised intestinal barriers, heightened inflammation across the body, and metabolic issues (1,2).

Bananas: the yellow power berry

Yes, you read that right: Botanically, bananas belong to the berry family! Besides this interesting fact, bananas offer numerous health benefits and rightfully rank among the most popular fruits. They are packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber. Among other benefits, bananas can positively impact sugar and cholesterol metabolism, aid in digestion, and promote beneficial gut bacteria through their prebiotic properties (3). For more information, check out our blog post on the health benefits of bananas for your gut.

Prebiotics as a supplementary booster for your gut bacteria

Prebiotics are dietary fibers that have a positive effect on the composition of your gutl microbiome and promote the activity of beneficial gut bacteria such as bifidobacteria and lactobacilli. The prebiotic myBioma Balance is formulated to support your gut health in a particularly gentle but effective way. The polyphenols contained in blueberries and ginger complement the health-promoting effect with their anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Consistent intake is crucial for allowing your gut microbiome to respond and adapt. Typically, the prebiotic is dissolved in a glass of water for consumption. Our nicecream recipe offers a delicious alternative to your daily intake routine.

myBioma Balance is available here: myBioma Balance - Premium Prebiotic


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Carina Gurtner BSc, BA
Carina Gurtner BSc, BA
As a nutritionist and media & communication scientist, Carina uses her expertise to communicate complex health topics in an understandable way. Her aim is to inspire others to lead a conscious, healthy and sustainable lifestyle.