Strawberry-Banana Ice-Cream | Kids in the Kitchen

Strawberry-Banana Icecream

YUM! Here in Houston, the weather is only tip-toeing slowly in the direction of “cold”. It’s still incredibly hot at times, though I suspect these hot days are soon ending. So, we’re enjoying a fun hot-weather treat today! There are so many ways to do this, but here is one of our favorites;

In a Food Processor (with the S-Blade) or in a Blender, add…

  • 1 Frozen Banana
  • 1/2 C Frozen Strawberries
  • Delicious Almond Milk (vanilla, sweetened or unsweetened, whatever you prefer) as needed to reach a “soft-serve” consistency

Other potential add-ins/swaps…

  • Vanilla or Cinnamon
  • Swap the strawberry for a different fruit (The frozen banana really helps give it the creamy texture, so we use that as the “base”.)
  • Cocoa powder (We like adding cocoa powder to a version that is just banana and vanilla almond milk. We’ve added a date to that recipe before as well, for a super sweet treat.)
  • Sprinkles (The kids love adding traditional ice-cream toppings to their “nice-cream” – Things like sprinkles and maraschino cherries are a big hit!)

I love that this is so easy to whip up, and that the kids enjoy helping with it. It works well for a spontaneous after-dinner treat.

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One response to “Strawberry-Banana Ice-Cream | Kids in the Kitchen”

  1. ElijahBeaumont says:

    It is always a pleasure to see your photography of nature and kids. I have followed your kid’s photography techniques and everybody loves it. I have written an article about it with the consultation of prime papers but it is not published yet.

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