Recipes Using Frozen Bananas
Kids love to make and eat frozen bananas. This page contains recipes using frozen bananas
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I love banana ice cream but it's kinda expensive. I shouldn't eat cartons and cartons of ice cream! This is a simple and much healthier version of my favorite ice cream.
Total Time: About 5 minutes
- frozen pieces of bananas
- splash of milk or dairy alternative (if needed)
- chocolate chunks or chips
- Freeze your bananas. I just break them into small chunks and put them in a zipper bag. You could also freeze them on a sheet, to prevent the bananas from sticking together.
- Put your bananas in the food processor. There are probably other contraptions you could use to do this. I just use my food processor.
- Mix up the bananas. If the mix is too dry, you could add a splash of milk or other dairy alternative. The mix will get really creamy like ice cream. When it hits that stage, it's done.
- It tastes great just like this, but I add some chocolate chunks and walnuts.
- Just fold nuts and chocolate in.
- Eat immediately or freeze a little while for a thicker consistency.
Kids love to make their own snacks! Poke the handle end of plastic spoons into bananas and freeze them for about half a day.
By Jodi from Aurora, CO
Frozen fruit that is blended makes an excellent ice cream. If you like, you can add a dollop of pure maple syrup on top. The ice cream tastes just as good without it.