5-Minute Chocolate Banana Ice Cream (sugar free, vegan)

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chocolate banana ice creamI love this chocolate banana ice cream recipe because it’s so quick and easy to make when you want a little sweet treat with no sugar. Here it is:

Chocolate Banana Dairy-free Ice Cream:

Serves 2

2 cups chopped frozen bananas
2-3 tbsp cocoa powder

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1. Put frozen bananas in a food processor and blend (this will also work with a vitamix. I recently got this new food processor and I love it because it has a feature that scrapes the sides, so you don’t have to stop it, open it and scrape down the sides! Check it out here!

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2. After about 30 seconds to a minute it will still be chunky. Stop blending and mix in the chunks with a spoon, then go back to blending until it is smooth.

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4. At this point you can stop and just have banana ice cream.

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5. If you want chocolate, simply add 3 tbsp cocoa powder to the food processor and blend. Once it’s all mixed then it’s ready to go!

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Comments

  1. says

    I love to do this kind of thing whenever I find ripe bananas on sale. IMO, it’s better than real ice cream! I also like to add some yogurt to it for some probiotics.

  2. Nikki says

    Family favorite!! I thank god everytime I have a taste for icecream for this yummy deliciousness!!! The frozen bananna is the most important part. From there thw the variations are endless!!

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  1. [...] 16. 5-Minute Chocolate Banana Ice Cream We like things that don’t take up a lot of time, but come out tasting great. This is one of them. The cool part about this recipe is that they give you a 4 minute option to just have banana ice cream, or you can go deluxe, spend an extra minute and whip up chocolate banana ice cream. If you’re a chocolate fiend like we are you’ll likely tack on the extra minute and add the cocoa powder. Can’t get much simpler than 2 ingredients and no ice cream maker needed. [...]

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