One Ingredient Creamy Dreamy Ice Cream

This is absolutely, incredibly, insanely awesome.

This is ice cream, but not really ice CREAM. It’s frozen banana if you wanna get all technical on me here. But this is a great alternative for someone who is lactose-intolerant or just wants to watch their waistline. I saw this on interest a while ago, but was a bit skeptical.

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This treat is really easy and super healthy. All you have to do it chop up a banana, freeze it, grind it all up for a couple minutes in the food processor until it gets creamy and dreamy. Then mix in what you like, I used chocolate chips because chocolate rocks my socks. Finally, take a spoon and stuff your face!  You’re welcome :)

P.S. There is a slight banana taste. If you are really anti-banana, you can drown it out pretty well by adding chocolate chips or peanut butter or any other add-in.

One-Ingredient Ice Cream

1 banana

any other add-ins like chocolate chips, graham crackers, peanut butter, Oreos, nuts, etc.

  1. Slice banana into small chunks or disks and freeze in freezer until frozen solid.
  2. Place frozen banana pieces in food processor and process until smooth (about 2ish minutes). You may need to scrape down the sides every so often. If using peanut butter, process it in until fully incorporated.
  3. Stir in by hand any additional add-ins and enjoy!! :-)
Random Fact of the Day: Any free-moving liquid will form itself into a sphere in outer space because of its surface tension

5 thoughts on “One Ingredient Creamy Dreamy Ice Cream

  1. Mmm, that looks amazing and I love the simplicity of the recipe! I think it would be great with Oreos. I’ve eaten a similar ice ‘cream’ made with frozen raspberries (that was seriously yummy) and this looks equally good. :)

  2. OMG CAsey I’m not even kidding you, I made this tonight to post on my blog soon!! I LOVE bananas made into ice cream. It is SO easy and it taste just like vanilla ice cream! I’ve been doing it for years! Great minds think alike. :)

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