Easy as banana ice cream.

by Divine Domesticity on August 20th, 2007

Are you ready for quite possibly the most simple recipe for ice cream ever?


Banana Ice Cream
Makes 2-4 servings

3-4 bananas (not too ripe)

And that is it!

I also added some caramel sauce and some mixed nut topping, but that isn't necessary as it is quite flavorful and delicious all on its own.

1. Slice the bananas into coins and lay on a piece of wax paper. Transfer to freezer and let them freeze for 1-2 hours.

2. Add the frozen banana slices to a food processor and process until creamy and extra smooth. This may take a few minutes. I had to stop a few times to scrape down the bowl. After the mixture was initially mixed and in very small pieces, I had to let it thaw for about 10 minutes when my processor blade wouldn't pick up the mixture as it was too hard. If this happens to you, just wait a few minutes and try processing again.

3. Eat within 2-3 days. Since this ice cream has no preservatives, it is best to eat it sooner rather than later. I prefer to eat it immediately after preparing. It should be the perfect soft-serve consistency after you finish processing it. Enjoy!

4 comments:

***Willow, Belle & Old Man Turbo's Mom*** said...

First...I love your new Layout! Very bright and fun! Love it!
Yum! I amnot a fan of ice cream at all but, Man! That looks so good!

milcolores said...

¡Nice recipe! ^_^
My cousin is expecting a girl. She is 8 monts months pregnant like you. ¿Have any idea for an original gift?

Take care ; )

Jessica said...

Just wanted to say thanks for the comment. I look forward to stopping be here again!

Parker said...

Pug Posse - Thanks! :)

Milcoores - Hmm...well what is popular in the USA lately is to take the baby's name, get it carved in individual wood letters (often you can buy the letters precut at a store) and have them painted and hang them in the nursery above the crib. That would be my suggestion. :) See Here for example.

Jessica - You are welcome! :)