Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins
Make sure the bananas are ripe (not over-ripe though), makes it more tasteful. I made this as a dessert and froze it in 4 individual small bowls. Eaten as a snack (in between everything else.....) it'll probably serve 2. I also garnished it with some chocolate chips and a little chopped nuts. Freezing time is not included in prep. time.
- Peel and slice the bananas, put them in the blender.
- Add remaining ingredients and blend together on high speed until thick and creamy.
- Scrape mixture into a container, or individual small bowls, and freeze.
- Before serving, move the ice cream from the freezer to refrigerator for 20 minutes to soften it slightly.
3 ageing bananas in the fruit bowl sent me searching for a simple way to use them rather than making a cake. This fit the bill nicely. I used vanilla yoghurt in lieu of cream to lighten it up a bit & left out the vanilla. Once softened in the fridge I stirred through some dairy whip. This was just lovely, thanks for posting!
This was a late entry substitution for PAC 2006. This was OHHHHHHHHH so good! And OHHHHHHHH so easy! I just popped everything into the blender and let it whirl about while I fished a bowl out of the cupboard. Popped the bowl into the freezer for a couple of hours and then we devoured it in 4 minutes flat! We had one serving with (store bought) chocolate sauce and one plain and actually preferred the plain! This is a keeper! Thank you Chef Dudo!