Healthy Banana Ice Cream

Who doesn’t like ice cream??

I’m sure that many of you have tried to make homemade ice cream before using lots of different methods!

Usually it ends up really runny, or it doesn’t taste creamy like you want it to.

Those things have happened to me as well!

However, the last few weeks as we have celebrated birthdays and other holidays my family has been asking for ice cream! So, Sunday I decided to try making some natural ice cream that would actually taste good and be something my family enjoyed.

I decided that simple is better, and this 2 ingredient healthy banana ice cream recipe came to be!

It worked wonderfully with our great rhubarb dessert that night, and my family loved it! They told me how it tasted like “real” ice cream, and I told them it is real ice cream!

Real, whole foods are what taste best and what are best for our bodies!

Try this healthy banana ice cream! Your family is sure to love it!

Dr. Michelle Jorgensen

Living Well with Dr. Michelle

Healthy Banana Ice Cream

This recipe is great for several reasons:
1. It tastes delicious!
2. It requires literally two ingredients!
3. It is fast and easy to make!
4. It is healthy!
Prep Time10 mins
Total Time10 mins
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Bananas, Coconut, healthy, Ice Cream
Author: Dr. Michelle Jorgensen

Ingredients

  • 8 Frozen Bananas (still pliable)
  • 1 Cup Coconut Milk

Instructions

  • Add frozen, pliable Bananas and coconut milk to a high powered blender.
  • Blend until smooth, pausing to stir occasionally to get clumps out of the bottom.
  • Add more coconut milk until you get the desired texture.
  • It can be served right away or frozen for a later time in an airtight container. Enjoy!

Notes

If the bananas are too frozen it will form a blob or overheat your blender, so be sure that your bananas aren’t all the way frozen. A great way to make sure your bananas are pliable is to let them sit outside of the freezer for a few hours before using them or only put them in the freezer for a few hours before using them.
*Pliable just means you can shape them or break them with your hands, rather than being rock solid.

WELCOME!

I’m Dr. Michelle Jorgensen, I love eating food, and I live to share healthy recipes with YOU! I am not going to give you any recipes that don’t taste amazing and make your body feel great! 

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