Pure Fruit Ice Cream
It's so good that our kids think it's ice cream. It may not be revolutionary to some but it sure is a hit in our house.
Freeze some fruit - pineapple, banana, berries. Something else. Experiment. Make sure you peel the bananas first. And ideally freeze the fruit in small to medium sized pieces.
About 5 mins before you want ice cream take the fruit out of the freezer.
Then just put it in your food processor and blend until smooth. Banana makes it creamy.
It's a little less solid than normal ice cream but the batch we had this evening was almost fluffy and creamy. Yum!
PS. This is a great use of all those half eaten bananas that kids sometimes create. I keep a bag in the freezer for throwing any non damaged bits into for baking or ice cream.
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