Raw banana ice cream!
Why had I not known of this before? What a great dessert or meal for that matter. I had this for dinner the other night and did not feel one bit guilty. It’s super delicious, vegan, and all around good for you!
This raw chocolate banana ice cream is:
- Fat free
- No refined sugars
- Dairy free (which means cruelty free)
- Only 2 ingredients
- Ready in 5 minutes or less
- No ice cream maker required
There is so much to love here!
I suggest you gather your ingredients and whip up some of this nice cream for yourself. You will thank me later. :)
Be creative, and have fun experimenting with toppings and additions that work for you!
More Raw Banana Ice Cream
- Banana Coconut Ginger Ice Cream
- Almond Chunky Monkey Ice Cream
- Butter Maple Pecan Ice Cream
- Banana Cherry Garcia Soft Serve
RAW CHOCOLATE BANANA ICE CREAM
Amazing chocolate banana ice cream to the rescue! No dairy, no churn, no guilt… just YUM!
- Prep Time: 5 min
- Total Time: 5 min
- Yield: Serve 1 - 2
- Category: Dessert, Raw
- Cuisine: Vegan
- 3 frozen bananas
- splash of almond milk or water
- 1 heaping tablespoon raw cacao/cocoa powder
- fruit or chopped nuts
Break frozen bananas into small pieces. Place bananas, splash of liquid and cocoa/cacao into blender or food processor, blend until desired consistency scraping down the sides every now and then, will take anywhere from 3 to 6 minutes. Add a tad more liquids as needed.
Scoop into individual bowl/s, top with fruit, nuts, cocoa nibs or coconut flakes. Enjoy right away.
Serves one generously, with enough to share if you like. :)
A splash or two of milk or water will help the mixture move a little better when blending. For completely raw, use homemade plant milk, or a splash of water is fine too!
To Freeze: Keep this ice cream in the freezer by storing in an airtight freezer safe container. Freeze for at least six hours or overnight for a hardened ice cream, let thaw 10 min or so before scooping. Double this recipe and freeze for convenience.
Keep those bananas! Instead of throwing out bananas I always freeze them for making smoothies later and this will be a new reason to pull out a frozen banana or two. Doesn’t get much simpler that this.