3 INGREDIENT BANANA ICE-CREAM – vegan, no sugar, no milk

If you are someone who loves ice cream or looking for something cold to relish on a hot summer’s day, then this simple three-ingredient banana ice cream can be your ultimate go-to dessert!

It is easy to make at home and most definitely a healthy alternative to buying one at the store.

So, here’s how you can make it.

Method:

Chop up two bananas into 3 to 4 pieces and place into a container. Place it in the freezer and use only once frozen.

To make the ice-cream:

Into a mixer blender, add in the chopped and frozen bananas, cocoa powder and coconut butter. Blend until it becomes a nice and creamy semi-hardened mixture.

Then, pour into a container and freeze it for two to three hours, until it hardens and is then ready to be eaten.

Why does this recipe use coconut butter?

This recipe uses coconut butter because it has a lot of health benefits. It helps boost body immunity because its rich in lauric acid and keeps diseases at bay. Coconut butter helps promote weight loss as coconuts contain high medium-chain fatty acids (MCTs) that help boost body metabolism and increases energy levels.

Coconut butter can also help reduce bad cholesterol levels and promote better cardiac health and heart functioning. It can also help boost brain functioning and reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and other cognitive diseases.

3 INGREDIENT BANANA ICE-CREAM - vegan, no sugar, no milk

You can make coconut butter at home with this simple recipe:

Ingredients:

2 dry coconuts

1 – 2 tbsp coconut oil (optional)

(Tip: Incase you do not have dried coconut; you can also use desiccated coconut for this recipe)

Method:

Take the dried coconuts and scrape out the hard brown peel using a knife or peeler. Then, cut the dried coconut into pieces and using a high-speed blender, blend it into a smooth paste. Make sure the paste is free from lumps. You can also add 1 to 2 tablespoons of coconut oil to make the paste smooth. Store in a container for up to one month at room temperature.

Serving suggestion:

Apart from adding it to your banana ice cream, you can also spread a layer of coconut butter on your pancakes or on toasted bread to eat.