This is another version of my banana “ice cream.” (See also “Chocolate Cherry Ice Cream”) I’ve had so much fun making (and of course, eating) different flavors of this frozen treat, that I finally decided to go all out and make a variety of flavors and toppings at once. My non-raw husband couldn’t help but salivate...

Recipe Directions

To make “banilla” “ice cream” base, combine frozen bananas, 1 Tbsp. raw nut butter of choice (I use almond or cashew macadamia butter), 1 Tbsp. agave nectar, 1 tsp. vanilla and dash of sea salt in a small food processor. Process until combined into a soft-serve consistency.

Remove one large ice cream scoop of banilla, place in a serving bowl and put in freezer to set.

Now, make the strawberry “ice cream” by adding 3/4 of the frozen strawberry puree to the rest of the banilla. Process until just combined.

Remove one large ice cream scoop of the newly created strawberry “ice cream,” place in the serving bowl with the scoop of banilla and put back in freezer to set.

Transform the remaining strawberry “ice cream” into chocolate by adding 1 Tbsp. cocoa powder and processing until just combined.

Remove all of the chocolate “ice cream” from the food processor and add to the bowl with the Banilla and strawberry. Place in freezer to set.

When ready to eat, top the banilla scoop with the remaining 1/2 tsp. of cocoa mixed with agave nectar, sea salt and vanilla, and a sprinkle of almond slices.

Mix the leftover now-thawed strawberry puree with a little agave and pour over the strawberry scoop. Sprinkle with walnut pieces.

Mix the reserved 1 Tbsp. of nut butter with some more agave, vanilla and sea salt. Pour over the chocolate scoop and top with raw cocoa nibs.

Slice 1/2 banana lengthwise into three strips and place between the three flavored scoops. Enjoy!

Shannonmarie's Thoughts

By shannonmarie

This is another version of my banana “ice cream.” (See also “Chocolate Cherry Ice Cream”) I’ve had so much fun making (and of course, eating) different flavors of this frozen treat, that I finally decided to go all out and make a variety of flavors and toppings at once.

My non-raw husband couldn’t help but salivate over my newest masterpiece. I guess I could share a little.

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sounds good I made a ice cream cone recipe it is in my blog check

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I made the banilla ice cream by itself and it was heavenly!

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I am so sorry that I took so long to respond. I posted this almost a year ago, so I never think to check the comments. I was surprised to see it in the favorites.

Jirizarry, to answer your question, I would just keep each scoop in the freezer during the time I made the next scoop so it wouldn't melt in the process.

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How long, aprox, would you need to place each scoop in the freezer to set?

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How long, aprox, would you need to place each scoop in the freezer to set?

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OMG!!! What a masterpiece!!!

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This recipe was great! Thank you so much. I have been craving banana split for so long and this tastes 100x better than the dairy version of it. :) :)

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Thanks for the comments. I felt the same way as Syntheticore. I really missed having access to a variety of flavors at once and always had a weakness for banana splits. I was craving one so bad that I just had to find a way to make it happen. Luckily, my experiment worked and I could share it with you :-)

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Really appreciate the simplicity and order of this recipe!

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Thanks for posting this. I always wanted to make more than one type of ice cream at once, but I was always intimidated by all the work involved. Now I know I can just use the same base and add more stuff and freeze separately. Thanks!

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