In general, the riper the bananas, the sweeter the ice cream. Also, if you're using a high speed blender, use the low to medium blend speed to prevent the ice cream from turning to liquid. I use a food processor and it takes just a minute or so to turn it to ice cream.You can add anything you want to the bananas once they are creamy. Almond butter, peanut butter, and syrups might be nice. Optionally, mix in (by hand) some nuts, or chocolate shavings.After you freeze it, you can re-create that creamy, light taste by defrosting it a bit and putting it back in the processor for a quick whirl.
Servings: 4servings or 2 cups
Food processor or high speed blender
Peel and slice the bananas into coins or large chunks.
Freeze the banana pieces for a few hours (at least 2 hours)
Place the frozen banana pieces in a blender or food processor.
Blend on high until creamy.
Eat! Store leftovers in a sealed container in the freezer, or add to popsicle molds. After you freeze it, you can re-create that creamy, light taste by defrosting it a bit and putting it back in the processor for a quick whirl.