Vegan banana split ice cream (sugar free)

SelfieCity_20170322162808_saveThis is the dessert which is literally, just made with bananas. Technically there are a few other ingredients, but this is a banana split made with my banana ice cream recipe, which is then divided into plain Banana, chocolate, and strawberry flavours, all topped with some berries and nuts!

Preparation time: 10 mins, Cooking time: 0 mins

Ingredients:

  • 1-2 fresh bananas
  • 4 frozen bananas slices
  • 6 frozen strawberries, divided
  • 1 tablespoon unsweetened cocoa powder

To garnish:

  • Berries and mint leaves
  • Nuts

METHOD:
Prep: Make sure you have 4 frozen bananas in your freezer for at least 2 hours.(have frozen here overnight)

  1. Start by making some whipped banana ice cream : add frozen banana slices to a food processor, and pulse for 2-3 minutes until all the banana pieces are broken down and the mixture is whipped into a smooth soft-serve consistency.
  2. Now, divide this into three equal bowls. SelfieCity_20170322163017_save
  3. One will plain banana ice cream (and it’s done, pop it back in the freezer to harden).
  4. Add the second third back into the processor with 3 frozen strawberries and whip until the strawberries are incorporated (add this to the freezer to harden).
  5. In the final third, add about 1 tablespoon of unsweetened cocoa powder and whip until incorporated (again, add this to the freezer to further harden).SelfieCity_20170322163055_save.jpg

How to assemble:

  1. Slice 1-2 ripe bananas in half and place them along the edges of a long, narrow dish.
  2. Add the three flavours of banana ice cream (which should be a bit more firm by now), garnish it with some berries, mint leaves and nuts!
  3. Ready to serve!SelfieCity_20170322162750_save
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