Every now and then I put together some quick and healthy ice cream as dessert for the kids (not to forget myself) that you basically can put together with two ingredients only. I do tend to add a little extras as well.
I am often stuck with over ripe bananas that I chop and put in a box in the freezer for later ice-cream use. (Or, to be honest, sometimes I am just lazy and put the banana in the freezer as it is and then peel it frozen with a knife...) I have made this ice cream with room-temperatured bananas as well and frozen berries as the main ingredient for an instant treat -the consistence getting closer to sherbet then- and also by mixing in frozen pear and pineapple etc.
So, here's how to make a quick two-or-very-few-ingredients ice cream:
I used four bananas for five persons.
(Note to self: Frozen bananas waiting to be squished in the mixer don't tend to look very yummy on photo.)
*hint: cocoa nibs are a great extra little addition to any banana-blend ice cream*
(I am very aware that this, once again, does not look too yummy. It is, though.)
*hint: from a chilled bowl so it does not get very runny too soon*
Eat and be happy!