Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

This ice cream recipe is almost too good to be believed - so rich, creamy and luscious, you'd never know it's fat-free, dairy-free, and with no added sugar or preservatives, is even good for you! From


  1. Peel your bananas first.
  2. Cut them into small pieces.
  3. Freeze for just 1-2 hours on a plate.
  4. Blend, blend, blend - scraping down the bowl when they stick.
  5. Enjoy the magic moment when they turn into ice cream!
  6. If you'd like to add additional flavors do so at the end.
Most Helpful

Wow! This worked so well, nice and creamy with little chunks of banana. Cut recipe in half and mix in food processor just until a ball formed and scooped into two bowls and topped with a few chopped walnuts. Am looking forward to making again and trying other flavors with it. Thanks so much for the post.

Debbwl July 11, 2010

This is mind-blowing! This was great alone, but when I added some smooth peanut butter, it was perfection. I froze the slices for 1 hr and 45 min and upon blending, became the consistency of a soft serve or frozen yogurt. Letting it harden in the freezer after making would give it more of a regular ice cream texture. I'll have to experiment with other additions like cinnamon, cocoa, vanilla, fruit, etc. Needless to say, this recipe is much appreciated and a definite keeper!

haven't the slightest May 10, 2010

Omg! This is amazing!! It's just like real ice cream. I was skeptical while blending it but I following the directions and kept scraping it off the sides and bottom of the food processor bowl until it became creamy. I don't know whether it'll freeze well but I've put some in the freezer and will update with my results tomorrow or the day after. Edited to add: I forgot to come back and update the review. Freezing the finished product did work but it was much harder than when freshly made.

Dreamer in Ontario October 28, 2011