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|Calories150Calories from Fat35|
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|Calories from Fat35|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Maximiliano Lin 6 months ago
Nobody liked it. Maybe if I added sugar may make it good. Really hard to blend.
Blyly 2 years ago
Great flavor and has the same consistency as regular ice cream!
gcs 2 years ago
The consistency was lovely! Was amazed at the way it suddenly turned smooth and creamy while blending. Nice sweet banana tase with hint of peanut butter. I used the crunchy variety of butter which gave the ice cream additional texture. It's so easy, will definitely make again
Kippy Cooley 2 years ago
It turned out great. I put raspberries in it instead of peanut butter. Very good consistency.
David 2 years ago
Super tasty and super easy!!! The whole family loved it! I used our nutrabullet to blend it
Whitney 3 years ago
It turned out great my husband and son love it!
Tara 3 years ago
One(or two) ingredient banana peanut butter ice cream was a smooth creamy delightful treat. It had ice cream texture and it even tasted like ice cream but it wasn't. I highly recommend this to anyone who wants an easy to make dessert and who wants it as so as possible. Also the tasty treat only needs to ingredients so you don't have to memorize a list of complicated things to get at the store just peanut butter and bananas.
Mackenzie Marshall 3 years ago
Amazing! Highly recommend.
Laila J. 3 years ago
Delicious and so easy to make!
Austin M. 3 years ago
3.5 out of 5 stars: Sweet, slight banana taste and smooth, creamy texture (though had to add a little milk while blending to keep the banana from forming one big lump in the food processor). Would recommend adding some cookie dough, brownies, etc. for some additional texture and flavor.
Nancy S. 4 years ago
I just made this with peanut butter, chocolate chips and,chocolate syrup. It was wonderful....so easy and yes, just like ice cream! This will be my ice cream fix from now on since I am lactose intolerant, a real pain before now!
Glinda M. 4 years ago
I was amazed that frozen bananas actually make ice cream! Mae's tip on freezing the bananas worked great! I sliced them, put in a freezer bag overnight, and they were ready to go the next day. However, it wasn't a big hit with my family. I topped with a little sugar-free chocolate and a few chopped pecans and still the banana was overwhelming... heavy and sticky.
Danna S. 4 years ago
I sliced pretty small pieces and only put in the freezer for 3 or 4 hours. Came out great. Wish it was coffee flavored.
Mae H. 4 years ago
I cannot BEGIN to explain how extremely pleased I was with the final outcome of this nicecream. I was amazed at how quickly the bananas turned creamy and what lovely texture they created!!!! This is perhaps my favourite breakfast food, just for its simplicity and complete deliciousness. Tip: for the people saying that the bananas take forever to freeze, I recommend putting them in the freezer in an airtight container overnight. You won't have to worry about waiting for them to freeze then.
Megan V. 4 years ago
Adding peanut butter to banana ice cream is genius and I can't believe I never though of it! I add way more peanut butter than the recipe says though because I love peanut butter!
diane w. 5 years ago
Delicious sooooooo good and simple. I also used Almond butter which made it taste just right, but I may also suggest that the bananas are sliced into smaller cuts to make it easier to blend .
Miss N. 5 years ago
this recipe looks simple and easy... only two ingredients.. save budget and time... i really like it and it does looks cool too... give you many stars...