One ingredient banana ice-cream!
Posted: Jan 24 in photography
Ingredient number one – Bananas.
I’ve never done a food blog post before but when I first made this I knew I’d have to share it. It’s utterly gorgeous, totally healthy and super easy. All you’ll need is bananas, a freezer and a food processor or good blender of some sort.
4 Bananas will make more than enough for 2 people.
Peel your bananas.
Cut into coins and put the banana onto a plate that you’ve lined with greaseproof paper.
A little tip is to lay the banana coins out in a bit of a higgledy piggledy fashion rather than laying them flat.. it’ll make getting them off the plate easier later when frozen.
Pop onto the freezer. And leave them in for at least 2 hours. You want them to be pretty solid when you take them out.
To loosen the banana, pull the paper up from the edge of the plate and work into the centre. The banana should start to come loose.
Pop all of the coins into the blender.
At first it’ll start to look like cous cous. Keep blending.
It may start to stick, so if it looks stuck, open the lid and using a wooden spoon or spatula scrape the sides of the bowl and work the mixture down toward the blade. Continue blending.
Keep blending and trust me, it’ll soon start to whip up and turn into gorgeous whippy icecream! When it looks like this, you’re done.
Spoon it into little bowls and eat it!
This will be the healthiest banana ice cream you’ve ever had. If you want to spruce it up you could try adding peanut butter, honey, berries or anything else in during the mixing stage. Try it!