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Banana Ice-Cream - One Ingredient

Banana Ice-Cream - One Ingredient


My sister sent me this recipe and this link...  and it seems the author of that blog got it from her sister. So please...  pass this on to your sister, brother, mother, father, 2nd cousin.  This is just too good to keep to yourself...  I cannot believe I didn't already know this.  This is ice-cream that is Dairy-free, Sugar-free, Gluten-free, moderate-chemical (amines)....  made from just one ingredient.


Ingredients:

  • Bananas - peeled, cut into large chunks and frozen.

Method:

  • Process in food processor or Thermomoix until smooth and creamy
Now,  wasn't that easy?


Verdict:  Incredibly delicious!!!


Tweeks:  As we need to eat our bananas a bit on the greener-side, (amines increase with time/age)  I took my sister's advice to add a slurp of maple syrup and a dollop of plain yogurt.  Lovely!!  (Ms D says it reminds her of Banoffi Pie.  I will post a FAILSAFE version of that one day, too. ) Then today I received a text from a friend whose little one can tolerate amines, telling me she had added yogurt, a little cocoa and some caster sugar instead of the syrup.... and finished with OMG!!

Comments

  1. Looks good! I think we'd be safer with some amines than dairy these days, so I think we'll give it a go :)

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  2. We love this one too, and sooo easy.

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  3. We will be commencing our Amines challange soon and this looks great. Can't wait to give it a go.

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