Sunday, October 22, 2017

Banana ice cream without the cream?

Yeah, it's possible - especially if you like bananas!

Once in a while, I like to share alternative recipes, so that you can lose weight, feel great and indulge in great tasting food.  Why?  Because I'm on a mission help people (myself included) take the best possible care of themselves.

This delicious healthy banana ice cream recipe is:
  • Paleo friendly
  • Gluten-free
  • No sugar
  • No dairy
  • Fat free
  • High in fiber
  • Low glycemic index
  • Absolutely fat-burning
  • Takes 10 minutes to make
  • Doesn’t require an ice cream maker
  • Delicious
In fact, it contains only 1 ingredient: bananas - and nobody will ever know it helps you lose weight.

UN-BE-LIE-VABLE! How does it work?

You see, bananas naturally contain a lot of pectin.  Pectin is the kind of fiber that helps jams and marmalade 'set'.  Because of that, when you blend bananas, it makes an amazing texture that feels even better than artisan-made ice creams.

Here is the trick...

Make sure your bananas are ripe and sweet.  Slice them and freeze the slices solid.  Then process them in a blender or food processor.  That’s where the magic happens.  The texture gets soft, smooth, and delicious.

If you don’t own an ice cream maker, all you have to do is to freeze the ice cream again until serving time.  If you do own an ice cream maker, then go ahead and give it a 5-10 minute churn to further increase the beautiful texture and make this recipe over the top.


[No dairy, no sugar, gluten-free, paleo]

Active time: 10 minutes  | Yield: About 1 quart

  • 3 large ripe bananas
  1. Make sure you choose sweet and soft bananas; they work much better.
  2. Peel the bananas and quickly slice them.  Put the bananas on a sheet pan, and freeze for about 2 hours.
  3. Blend the frozen banana slices in a food processor.  Pulse a few times to it’s well blended.
  4. Keep on blending until you get a very smooth consistency.
  5. At this point, the bananas look blended, creamy, and have the consistency of a soft-serve ice cream.  You can enjoy it as is, or freeze overnight for a real ice cream.
  6. If you’re interested in an even better texture, use an ice-cream maker to achieve a real, perfect ice cream.
  7. Transfer to an airtight container and freeze overnight.
  8. To serve, simply take out of the freezer, and scoop in a bowl.  You can add nuts like toasted walnuts, macadamia, or almonds.  You can even add some chopped up dark chocolate pieces, as long as the chocolate contains over 72% of cocoa.

That’s it.  This is a 10-minute deal.

Make sure you watch the video above.  You won’t believe how simple, easy, and healthy this recipe is.

It's sure to please everybody in your family and impress your friends. Don’t miss this!

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