Banana Ice Cream

Banana Ice CreamI have found heaven…and I love it!

I have loved ice cream my entire life. I sound like a kid, but really when it comes
to dessert who doesn’t want what they have always had comfort from? Especially on a
bad day at work, a bad break-up or when you are sitting in front of a good movie?

I could (and have in my bigger days) eaten a tub of ice cream all by myself. Not something
you really want to admit to anyone. AndBanana Ice Cream it isn’t like a normal treat that you can buy

and portion out in little baggies. Nope-from the tub to a bowl with a big spoon.

Well, I have found my nirvana 🙂 And it’s name is Banana Ice Cream.

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I had originaly seen this on 5 Ingredient Fix, which used to be a cooking show on
Food Network. She made it with bananas, honey and chocolate. Well, I don’t use
honey or eat chocolate so I decided to use my favorite thing of all time, Smart Balance Creamy PB.

Amazing. All you do is buy a bunch of bananas, cut into small chunks and put on a
parchment paper lined cookie sheet and freeze them. Let freeze, then pull out and let sit
for about 15 minutes. Drop all chunks into a food processor and put in your sweetener
if you are using any and let it whirl!

Banana Ice Cream, 6 servingsBanana Ice Cream Ingredients

9 Dole Bananas
2 Tbsp Creamy Peanut Butter

1. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
2. Cut bananas into small chunks.
3. Freeze about one hour.
4. Let set out to defrost a little (you want them to not get stuck in the processor).
5. Drop chunks into food processor.
6. Drop in peanut butter.
7. Turn on food processor and let whirl until completely smooth.
8. Enjoy!

Banana Ice CreamCalories: 197
Total Fat: 2.7g
Cholesterol: 0mg
Sodium: 27mg
Total Carbs: 46g
Protein: 2.7g

2 thoughts on “Banana Ice Cream

  1. I saw this recipe the other day somewhere (pinterest probably) … and I knew I had to try it. I’m so glad another blogger loves this, too. Being allergic to milk has really put a damper on certain food items, but I am happy to have found healthier alternatives that are even better and have less sugar and more nutrients than the original. Thanks again!

  2. Pingback: Tropical Freeze | Fitting Into Vegan

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