Banana Ice Cream

This recipe is very easy and you’ll end up with a sweet, gooey, creamy, healthy banana ice cream, made with just one ingredient and a food processor!

Source: Anita, Suppers facilitator in Baltimore, Maryland

Ingredients

10
ripe bananas
Yields:
Servings

Instructions

Peel 10 ripe bananas (the more ripe the better – they should have at least a few brown spots), place in a plastic freezer bag and freeze overnight until they’re completely solid. They will keep in the freezer for at least a week.Cut the bananas into 1/2 inch chunks and place in a food processor. After processing for about 45-60 seconds, the bananas should be fully blended into a smooth, creamy, and light frozen dessert. Be careful not to over-process or the friction from the processor will begin to melt the ice cream. For best results serve immediately. Amazing Flavor Additions: To make each, simply add the following ingredients to the food processor as soon as the banana ice-cream is the right consistency and pulse for a few seconds to combine. Cherry Vanilla Banana Ice Cream: This, too, is absolutely delicious and the color is stunning. Add a few frozen cherries (you can use fresh, but frozen works even better) and a few drops of vanilla to the food processor with the ice cream and pulse until the color becomes a consistent pink. Optional: throw in a few chocolate chunks for a “Cherry Garcia” like flavor. Peanut Butter Raisin Banana Ice Cream: Add a tablespoon or two of peanut butter with a handful of raisins and pulse for about 30 seconds until the peanut butter is fully incorporated. 

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