real raw kitchen: RECIPE: banana ice cream with rawnola

Saturday, September 20, 2014

RECIPE: banana ice cream with rawnola






My main goal with this post is to bring YOU this same bliss I experienced ...  The problem is that many of you may not have a Vitamix. Fear not! There is a neat little gadget that I've seen and I think it's the perfect solution for many of you! If my Vitamix keeps acting funky I may invest in one of these guys. It's a Yonanas machine and you can take any frozen fruit and turn it into ice cream. How cool is that?? Yes, I realize that I become absurdly excited over kitchen gadgets ..

As for this recipe, I think you will love it. I make a large batch of rawnola and store it in the fridge so I can munch on it throughout the week. I'm not particularly creative with this recipe, actually, as I got it from Loni Jane (my idol). It's simple, it's delicious, it's filling, it's low in fat, it's perfect after a beach day .. it's really just everything in one bowl. I like to add fresh fruit to my ice cream, as well, and take my time eating it.



Banana Ice Cream with Rawnola

Ingredients 
for the ice cream:
  • 3-4 frozen bananas
  • 1/2 cup coconut milk (optional)
for the rawnola:
Instructions
for the ice cream:
  • If using a blender (such as a Vitamix) then add the coconut milk and the frozen bananas and blend on low until a creamy texture forms. Use the tamper to facilitate blending.
  • If using a Yonanas machine then follow the instructions (coconut milk not needed)
for the rawnola:
  • Drain the dates. Peel the skin off (optional) and remove the pits.
  • Combine everything in a food processor and process until chunky.



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