BLUEBERRY ICE CREAM

“We are as great as our friends.”

Time for dessert.  Did you notice that this category is rather scarce on my posts?  I am not a big dessert eater because if I have desserts in the house I become a big dessert eater, or, a big person who eats desserts.  Whatever.

However, this simple recipe has just a touch of honey but otherwise is fruit.  Happy dance!

INGREDIENTS:

3 large or 4 small or 3.5 medium frozen bananas

2 cups blueberries, wild if available, thawed if frozen

4 t raw honey

DISTRUCTIONS:

The most difficult part of this recipe is freezing the bananas.  You can do it!  Then, take half the blueberries, which would be one cup, and blend them with the honey.  This should be chunky with some of the blueberries left whole.  This is the sauce.

Combine the frozen bananas with the other cup of blueberries.  Do this in a food processor.  Whip these ingredients until they become a product that resembles soft-serve.

b ice cream

At this point you can top this with some of the sauce and eat it, or place it into the freezer so it can harden and quiet all the critics who have standards for ice-cream.  Or you can make this when you’re home alone and eat all of it yourself.  I think this would make a charming breakfast.  Then you can say, “No thank you.  I don’t do desserts.”  It’s all in the name.

Loveya – The Grandma

 

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Artist, African hand drum student, yoga neophyte, and Grandmother of 22 or so grandchildren. I enjoy cooking and writing. I value good friends and quiet times for reading.

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