Dessert for breakfast! This tastes like ice cream, but it is actually good for you!
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Blend the dates with enough almond milk to blend smoothly. Add the frozen bananas and almond milk to the blender to make it your preferred thickness. Add a couple drops of vanilla and carob powder to taste. (I use a couple heaping spoonfuls, but I really like carob!) Blend ‘til creamy and enjoy!

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Dessert for breakfast! This tastes like ice cream, but it is actually good for you!

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mmmorgans -- that seems like a lot of extra work!! I just peel a bunch, put them whole in a zip bag and freeze them (flat on a baking sheet overnight). They stack and store easily that way. Quiora -- They break into chunks very easily even frozen, no need to cut them up before freezing.

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I peel before freezing. I should try cutting them into chunks first too. I have a cheap blender and digesting whole frozen bananas is hard on it!

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I put mine in the freezer peels and all. When I need one, I soak it in warm water until the peel comes off, sometimes you have to cut off excess stringy bits.

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i peel them and freeze then whole. if you freeze them with the peels on, a pairing knife can be usefel ;)

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Yes! Peel first, and break into little chunks, unless you have a vitamix!

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I meant "peel" and then freeze... =)

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This might be a stupid question, but how do you all freeze your bananas? When I freeze them in the peel, I can never get it off. Do you feel, and then freeze?

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