Banana Ice Cream Recipe
1 banana per person
cacao powder (for chocolate)
Frozen cherries (for cherry ice cream)
Chop up the bananas and set them out on a tray in the freezer. Once the bananas are frozen you can make your ice cream. You need a food processor- a blender will not work.
Put the bananas in the food processor with cherries or cacao (or both- my favorite!). Use a ratio of about 3 cups to 1 cup (bananas to cherries). As for the cacao, add to taste but I do about 1 tablespoon per 2 bananas.
Process until the whole thing comes together as an ice cream- soft serve almost. It takes a bit of shoving around so don’t be discouraged if it feels like it isn’t working. Also don’t over process or it will get slimy. You can put it in the freezer for a bit before serving but I don’t like it to be fully refrozen.
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What a great idea!
Can you tell me what brands of food coloring and marshmallows you use?
I am confused by your question… There are no marshmallows in the sundae and no food coloring. I don’t use any brands of food coloring- I always make my own with beets and other natural food dyes. When I very occasionally let my kids have marshmallows I give them Elyon brand- no corn syrup in the large ones.
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