Banana Ice Cream Granola Snacks
I saw this recipe briefly on TV, and attempted to Google it, but had no luck. It only involved two ingredients, so I figured I would give it a try on my own. Turned out great! The frozen bananas are put into the food processor and whipped into ice cream, which is a delicious one ingredient dessert on it's own- with no fat! The other ingredient is granola or Muesli, which could be any variety you like. Basically it is like a small healthy ice cream sandwich. Make sure the granola is in good contact with the ice cream so it doesn't fall apart when eating. The finished product stays in the freezer, and can be pulled out 5 minutes before eating. Makes a great after school snack, or simple dessert, and is very healthy. Enjoy!
- 3 ripe bananas
- about 2 cups granola or muesli
- Peel and slice 3 bananas. Spread out in single layer on parchment lined pan and put in freezer until frozen, can be overnight.
- Line a muffin tin with paper liners. Transfer frozen bananas into food processor. Pulse until begins to combine, then process on medium for about 1- 2 minutes until forms ice cream like consistancy. Light and fluffy. Delicious as is!
- Put a thin layer of granola in each muffin liner. Dollop some banana ice cream on top, then top with more granola. Use a glass to press firmly so the banana ice cream comes in contact with most of the granola- so as to keep it's shape when eating.
- Place back in freezer to firm up. Store in freezer. Remove from freezer 5 minutes before eating.