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Paleo Banana Chocolate Almond Butter Ice Cream

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Last Updated on July 6, 2020

Okay, so this isn’t really ice cream, but I think that a lot of people know by now that you can make an extremely suitable ice cream-like substitute out of frozen bananas.

The kids… They had no idea it wasn’t real, the texture is spot on. There are a couple different ways you can make this: a high-powered blender (like a Blendtec with the Twister Jar, or a Vitamix) or in a food processor. I don’t have a Twister Jar on my Blendtec (yet) so I opted to go the food processor route. It can be a time consuming process, but watching the bananas turn from, well, bananas into ice cream is pretty neat.

You can see how irresistible this stuff is because I couldn’t even take 3 pictures before tiny little hands started reaching for the spoon. I seriously have 3 pictures that are good, and about 12 with a hand grabbing the spoon. Every time I put the spoon back, she was grabbing it again. So I gave up. Luckily, she’s got a cute little hand.

Banana Chocolate PB Ice Cream | Our Paleo Life
Banana Chocolate PB Ice Cream | Our Paleo Life
Banana Chocolate PB Ice Cream | Our Paleo Life

Banana Chocolate Almond Butter Ice Cream

Yield: 5 servings
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

Chocolate ice cream that has no cream and sugar and the kids still love? It does exist and it's easy.

Ingredients

  • 4 Bananas, peeled, frozen, and sliced
  • 1 Tbsp Cocoa Powder
  • 1/4 cup Almond Butter

Instructions

  1. Place the frozen banana slices in the food processor or blender. Process until fluffy, creamy and smooth. You will probably have to keep scraping the sides and pushing the bananas down occasionally until the ice cream texture is achieved.
  2. Once the bananas are the texture of ice cream, add the cocoa powder and almond butter to the bananas and process again until well combined.
  3. Serve right away. If you choose to freeze it after making it or because you have leftovers, let thaw on the counter about 10 minutes before scooping so it's not so rock hard.
Nutrition Information
Yield 5
Amount Per Serving Calories 165Total Fat 7gSaturated Fat 1gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 6gCholesterol 0mgSodium 2mgCarbohydrates 25gFiber 4gSugar 12gProtein 4g

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Diane

Friday 14th of June 2019

When freezing bananas do you put the whole banana in the freezer or do you peel them first?

Mayana Amlung

Thursday 17th of January 2019

Could I add one egg?

Kendra Benson

Thursday 17th of January 2019

This is not a custard-based ice cream, it doesn't get cooked, so I wouldn't suggest or recommend adding eggs to it.

Kaat

Thursday 28th of June 2018

This ice cream was creamy and delicious and sweet. And quick enough to make right when needed. It gave me hope for a life with fun food while eating healthy and staying in shape. Thank you!

Theresa Muhvich-Bertuleit

Sunday 7th of January 2018

Just wondering could I use a blender? Since I don't have a food processor or a ice cream machine?

Kendra Benson

Sunday 7th of January 2018

I imagine you could, especially in one like a Blendtec or a Ninja. It just needs to be blended down smooth, so a high-powered blender should make it easy.

Rachelle

Friday 9th of May 2014

Have you tried this without the nut butter? I am not a fan of chocolate & peanut butter, I would rather the chocolate be left alone :)

Kendra

Friday 9th of May 2014

You can certainly leave out the nut butter. I've done it both ways, but I'm a PB junkie. It's my weakness ;)

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