Sugar-Free & Dairy-Free Ice-cream – No Ice-Cream Maker Required – HEALTHY

 
Coconut, Almond and Banana Ice-Cream Recipe - Sugar-free
Since giving up refined sugar, only having a small amount of honey in my diet, I really wanted ice-cream this summer. I thought to myself how am I going to do this? And I was blessed to come across this easy-peasy recipe online from the TheFatKidInside.Com.
 

I love easy! And when it is baking hot I certainly want easy. So today, a very hot day, I made some ice-cream.


Ingredients: 3 sweet bananas, A tin of coconut milk and a 1/3 cup of almond milk (or ordinary milk if you prefer and are not wanting dairy-free).

Yes that is it! Unbelievable, 3 ingredients that is all. But if you like peanut butter I highly recommend you buy some in for something extra later.

 

And you will need a blender or food processor.


I have not got a food processor so I used a blender.

How to do this is so easy I will give you a brief summary and the video from TheFatKidInside.Com

Instructions

  • Peel the bananas and freeze over night.
  • Fill one ice-cube tray with coconut milk (not sweetened)
  • The next day put the bananas, 5 coconut milk cubes and almond milk in a bowl and let it thaw for a minute or so.
  • Put everything in a food processor or strong blender.
  • Go on high speed and stop when it is smooth. 
When I used a blender I had to shake my blender so make sure they are thawed enough, do not be afraid to shake your blender (grin).
 
 
 
Once blended enough it will look like this and I placed a cute 
cherry on top for a pretty picture but I highly recommend a dollop of peanut butter.
 
It is AMAZING!
 
Coconut, Almond and Banana Ice-Cream Recipe

 

Coconut, Almond and Banana Ice-Cream Recipe
 
 
Take a look at TheFatKidInside.Com’s video on you tube. 
And I also love the background music he is playing.
 
 

 

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6 Comments

  1. July 8, 2013 / 5:58 pm

    Thanks Kim! I am going to make a bigger batch tomorrow, it is going to be great to experiment with, adding different flavours. I would never have thought topping it with peanut butter would be so dreamy but it absolutely is.

  2. dream109
    July 8, 2013 / 6:23 pm

    I will be trying this! I love and miss ice cream since cutting refined sugar. Can't wait to try x

  3. July 8, 2013 / 6:33 pm

    we have just added 4 bananas to the freezer to make a bigger batch tomorrow, I really wanted to make a huge batch but not enough bananas and not enough patience to wait another day LOL oh and if you like peanut butter Rachel, put it on top INCREDIBLE!!

  4. February 28, 2014 / 5:50 pm

    Making it NOW, can't wait to try it!!

  5. May 16, 2014 / 4:09 pm

    Did you enjoy it ? Sorry for delay just saw this now, silly disqus did not tell me.

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