Good for You Banana Choc Chip Ice Cream

Total Time
5mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

And it tastes just the same

Directions

  1. NOTE:you can have just plain if your going all healthy, or add really anything you want, even a bit of mint essence to make it banana mint choc chip.
  2. peel the bananas.
  3. wrap in cling film and freeze overnight.
  4. get out of freezer and leave to sit for 20 minutes to soften a bit.
  5. cut roughly and chuck in a blender.
  6. blend until smooth.
  7. add your desired accompany and eat now or re-freeze for later.
Most Helpful

This was a nice treat. I added some skim milk because it wasn't blending very well and added the chocolate chips and pulsed a few times to chop them too. I found this to be much better right out of the blender rather than refreezing it. All in all this a very healthy little treat :)

Chef Jean May 29, 2009

Good for you and just darn good too...so versatile!!!...it can take on any flavors that you like... let you imagination roam and allow your creative juices to pour any flavor you like in :) my latest obsessions are mixing in either a cashew butter cream or a cocoa-strawberry sorbet(ish) mix...I've been doing date chips, and adding cinnamon and agave too...(have to admit that I've been running it through the juicer more than the processor lately; but the processor still comes in handy when I do a tofu base mixed with 'nana)...this recipe has been like a nicotine patch to my ice cream addition as I've moved more toward vegan;) ...I can not say enough good things about it:)...Thanks for the recipe share Perfect Pixie...mmmm,mmmmmGOOD!! A fav. for my honey and me- 10 stars!!!

free-free April 14, 2009

I make this pretty often when I have bananas in the freezer. I blend them in a little food processor (only fits 2 bananas) with 2-3 tablespoons of water. It was good with chocolate chips! We also like it with honey and cinnamon! Reviewed for Healthy Choices ABC tag.

mliss29 December 17, 2008