Gone are the days when we could just pick up anything we like and just put it in our mouth. Now the health precedes over the tongue and compromises have to be made.
You can have ice creams now and then, but not as much as you can have bananas. So if you can get the banana to be in the ice cream avatar, it’s a win-win situation. The last time when I made one ingredient banana ice cream, I was hooked onto it and tried a flavored version again. Peanut butter and honey with banana is a favorite of mine and this ‘ice cream’ didn’t disappoint me.
However my husband, who respects banana as such and never likes it in any other form, stayed away from this one. Try this with an open mind. This may not be exactly an ice cream, but its tasty and saves you a bunch of calories. May be you will hooked onto it as well!
Recipe source: thekitchn
Recipe theme : 3 ingredient recipes
Makes : 2 small servings
- one big banana, cut into round pieces
- 1 tbsp peanut butter
- 1 tbsp honey
Cut the bananas into round pieces and freeze overnight or until its frozen completely.
In a small food processor, add the bananas, honey and peanut butter and beat it.
Keep the food processor running for 4-5 minutes or until the chunks of ice disappear and you reach the “ice cream smooth” consistency. The time will vary according to the size and power of the food processor.
Once you get it, transfer into a freezer friendly container and freeze again until its solid. Scoop out and serve. Top with honey and sprinkles if you like to.