Banana Ice Cream - Easiest Homemade Ice Cream Ever!

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This healthy, happy, super simple instructable is appealing to those who love ice cream!

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Step 1: Gather Materials

Get yourself some curved yellow fruit!

Step 2: Preparation

Peel it, cut it and freeze it in a box!

Step 3: Processing

Blend the frozen chunks!

Step 4: Enjoying!

Eat away!

Try with:

  • Chocolate crumbs!
  • Honey!
  • Peach!

Try freezing:

  • Strawberries
  • Mango
  • Skinned peaches?!?

Experimenting is part of the fun with this project as you can freeze almost anything (as long as it's not too wet). The possibilities are endless! I hope you've enjoyed.

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    bbqandbeer

    5 months ago

    I believe in giving credit where it is due. So thank you fellow foodie. It's because of this instructable that sparked my interest in making homemade ice cream albeit yours having no cream. I found dozens of recipes like yours, take bananas, blend em, freeze em, and BAM frozen banana treat.

    It was so appealing that I bought an ice cream container, scoop and even an electric hand mixer just to make this, kid you not! I bought some bananas, had some heavy cream already handy, and added some sugar since my bananas surprisingly took forever to brown.

    I shall make an instructable of my own for the next batch since I made this one posthaste.

    Thank you once again.

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    blakehx

    4 years ago

    Works great with watermelon too (or almost any melon)! And you can reverse the process (and add a bit of water) to make frozen popsicles!

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    PinchOfChili

    5 years ago on Introduction

    This is definitely a good ice cream. We make it all the time. However, I like to use a food processor – you get it firmer (like soft ice) that way.

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    pickle25257

    5 years ago

    This looks so good! I will definitely have to try it!