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One ingredient ice cream

http://www.thekitchn.com/thekitchn/s...redient-093414

I'm gonna give it a try this week.
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off to the to put the nanners in the freezer.
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seems like it's going to taste like frozen bananas.
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Never underestimate crazy vegans!

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I freeze bananas all the time to put in shakes but I never thought of just blending up the bananas. I might throw a little pb or cinnamon in there and see how it is.
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That looks damn good!
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Mix protein powder with a little water to make a paste. Add some fruit and nuts and toss in the freezer.
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Mix protein powder with a little water to make a paste. Add some fruit and nuts and toss in the freezer.
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Throw some oats in there with your whey and you've got a great snack.
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Somebody make a test batch and see if it's with the effort

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Somebody make a test batch and see if it's with the effort
I'll be making some this week. The bananas we have right now aren't very ripe yet so I'm gonna wait a few days.
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Anyone ever try this? I bought a Vitamix blender at Costco last weekend and want to try this out.
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Looks like the original link is dead, here's another. http://www.instructables.com/id/1-ingredient-Ice-Cream/
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yea, i gave it a shot. too much banana taste, helps if you add some milk.
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I made some with a spoonful of peanut butter. It was pretty good.
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Some salvadorian at work said I should try chocolate covered frozen bananas. Sounded pretty good
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I made some with a spoonful of peanut butter. It was pretty good.
I think I'll try that too, although I'll use almond butter. Sure does look good!

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This shit is fucking good! Mine turned out more like soft serve, didn't look exactly like the pic. But I only had my bananas in the freezer for 6.5 hours. I also added some almond butter which prolly thawed them a bit more. I will be eating more of it this summer fo sho!
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damn i got all excited and was going to try it, but then read it was bananas.

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My roommate was gonna make banana bread with these old bananas, but I'm about to beat that hooker to the punch.

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This frozen yogurt looks pretty promising, too:

http://www.thekitchn.com/thekitchn/f...edients-092869

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This frozen yogurt looks pretty promising, too:

http://www.thekitchn.com/thekitchn/f...edients-092869
That looks pretty good!

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