Simple home-made banana ice-cream

All I want for summers is a cup of delicious ice-cream, and when home-made all the more to indulge in. The vanilla and cinnamon add a lovely flavour to this simple ice-cream. I was actually so excited and anxious, that I almost forgot to take a snap of it, so half-way through I had to hold on to that temptation of slurping-up the ice-cream.  If you wanna add a tropical twist to the ice-cream, use half a cup of coconut milk instead of the cream/milk/ or yoghurt.

Ingredients:

  • 2 ripe Bananas
  • ½ cup cream/ or use plain or flavoured yoghurt/ or can use milk ( I used cream)
  • ½ tsp ground cinnamon
  • ½ tsp of vanilla extract
  • A few gratings of the vanilla pod if available.

Method:

  • Wrap the peeled bananas in a plastic (sheet or cover) and place in the freezer. (Keep freezing level on maximum)
  • When well frozen, unwrap the frozen bananas and tip in to a food processor/blender.
  • To this add the cream (or milk or yoghurt), cinnamon, vanilla extract and the grated vanilla.
  • Puree just until smooth.

  • Refrigerate for few hours before serving.

Serves: 2

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