I love the combination of peanut butter and bananas. It’s my favorite combo along with peanut butter & jelly and pb & chocolate. I just love peanut butter. What’s not to love? Well, unless you’re allergic, and then I can understand how you don’t love breaking into hives when you eat it… but for those who can eat peanut butter, this simple recipe is bowl-licking good.
Make it and you will die of happiness!
Not literally because that’d be bad, but make it and you will be very very very happy. So happy you’ll feel like you’re in heaven which is where some people are believed to go after death in certain religions. So yeah. My advice? Just make this. Especially because it’s soooo simple that it takes less than 5 minutes to make! All you need is a food processor/ blender/ magic bullet, some peanut butter, and some frozen bananas. It’s the perfect recipe because it is so simple and so delicious!
Peanut Butter & Banana Nice Cream
- 2-3 heaping spoonfuls of peanut butter (another nut/seed/fruit butter would work as well but peanut butter is the best)
- 3 frozen bananas
- 3-4 tablespoons of nondairy milk
Peel ripe bananas and stick them in your freezer. My advice? Peel a bunch of ripe bananas and put them in a bag/ container in your freezer so you can whip ’em out and add ’em to nice cream or smoothies.
Take bananas out of the freezer and add them plus all the other ingredients to a food processor/ blender/ magic bullet. Blend baby blend! Add more peanut butter if you want it extra peanut-buttery. Add more nondairy milk if you want your nice cream more milkshake-ish. Spoon the nice cream into a fancy bowl or just eat it out of the machine! Top with cacao nibs, chocolate chips, peanuts, coconut flakes, berries, MORE PEANUT BUTTER, or whatever else your heart desires! Enjoy, and lick the bowl clean if you want!
Happy New Year! Nice cream is a great way to start the new year off right.
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