Peanut Butter & Honey Banana Ice Cream – A dairy-free ice cream recipe with no added sugar! Only four simple ingredients, and no ice cream maker required!
Salutations and good vibrations my Thursday party peeps!
Ahhh the weeks just seem to fly on by when the weather is warm. Ask me this again when it’s January. I think the weeks come to a standstill for a good 3 months during the Winter.
I’m trying to soak up these Sunny and rather humid days while I can. And what better way than hitting the road for 15 miles on the bike, and ice bath, and Spice World and a glass of wine.
A mandatory step for any Wednesday workout. Studies show that it speeds up recovery and induces “Wannabe” to be stuck in your head for a week.
And can I just say how cute this Romaine is.
I saw this on Buzzfeed and just had to try it. I’d have trouble eating this just because of how adorable it is.
But alas, it Thursday and Summer is coming to an end. But before it does there’s a couple things left to do.
Thursdays call for VTPBlog posts! And number two..what better way to enjoy the last bit of Summer and warm weather than with…
ICE CREAM!!! 😀
You’re supposed to scream that.
But not just any old ice cream. Peanut Butter Honey Banana Ice Cream. A mouthful even without a mouthful of delicious ice cream.
What do you get when a frozen banana and honey peanut butter walk into a blender?
Don’t make me scream it again.
- 2 ripe bananas, peeled and frozen
- 2 tbsp Vermont Bee-Nut Butter ( or honey sweetened peanut butter)
- 2 tbsp unsweetened almond milk
- 2 tbsp dairy-free chocolate chips (such as Enjoy Life brand)
- Add bananas, peanut butter, and almond milk to a blender.
- Blend until smooth and creamy, scraping down sides of blender as you go.
- Serve and top with chocolate chips and additional peanut butter or a drizzle of honey
All ingredients are measured in 2. Can you believe it’s that easy?! You can serve it up immediately for some banana bee-nut soft serve, or stick it in the freezer to make it a little more solid. Which is impossible in my house. Most of the time I don’t even bother with a bowl…or a spoon.
So when you have all those bloody brown bananas (too much Spice World) rotting up your kitchen counter stop drop and make some..
I whispered it that time just for you.
If you missed any of my previous VTPBlog posts or want to learn more about the Vermont Peanut Butter Company, hop on over here and check it all out!
Make it a great day!
Have you ever made ice cream with frozen bananas?
Have you ever regrown any veggies?
**Disclaimer: This post is on behalf as the official blogger for the Vermont Peanut Butter Company. I did not receive any compensation apart from a discount of VTPB products. As always, all thoughts, opinions, and recipes are my own.**