Whoever had made first this raw, one ingredient banana ice cream, changed so many people’s life! The first time you make this, you should eat it plain to appreciate it in its singular ingredient glory. It is so simple to make so I wouldn’t call this a recipe. Bananas are an excellent source of vitamin B6, soluble fiber, and contain moderate amounts of vitamin C, manganese and potassium.
Thanks to my friend, Emiko, who sent me this link, I discovered this creamy, frosty, sugar free, vegan, raw dessert. You only need very ripe bananas & a food processor and of course your freezer. I used 3 bananas to make it and it serves 2-3 persons.
Peel bananas and cut them into small pieces. Place the pieces on a tray (or plate) and freeze for 2-3 hours. Start blending the banana pieces in the food processor. In the meantime scrape down the bowl when the bananas stick. Whizz 3-4 minutes until it gets smoothy. Of course you can combine with vanilla, roasted nuts or chocolate. The result… priceless!
If you haven’t tried raw banana ice cream, you shouldn’t miss it! 🙂