Recipe Directions

1. Peel the bananas (it’s finally getting warmer up here in Tacoma, WA, so I sat outside in the sun and used a knife and the sun’s heat to get these babies peeled) and break them into chunks before putting them in a blender.

2. Put all ingredients in a blender. Blend (duh) and pour into an ice cream maker.

Lovin' My Sunshine's Thoughts

By Lovin' My Sunshine

This recipe really surprised me. It came out super thick and rich without being too strong of one flavor.

I was definitely craving my boyfriend’s box of Reese’s Puffs. But after making this, I have absolutely no clue what I was thinking!

Don’t be naughty and eat unraw! Eat this instead!

I topped mine with coconut flakes and cacao nibs. Mint is totally optional, but sounds nice, doesn’t it? Mint and chocolate?

It shouldn’t take more than half an hour to make this. Of course, I was side-tracked by making salsa and my books. Enjoy!

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YUM! Just in time for tomorrow when it's going to be beating hot outside! Perfect!

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I always peel my bananas before freezing them - stick them in a container or freezer baggy for quick treats!

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If you have a champion or green star juicer you can put the bananas through it and get a pretty firm ice cream easily.

I like to mix mine with some kale juice sometimes (sorry to be a nerd, haha) it's very energizing!

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Hey Lovin' My Sunshine, I am glad you overcame your craving for Reese's Puffs by making something ten times better. Although I did post an idea for making raw Reese's Puff cereal and would be curious if you like it.

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RawKidChef - Glad you like it. I was just about to make some more. :)

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I made this a few days ago.....WOW!! It was SO good, especially since it doens't have nuts. Thanks a bunch.

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Wow! This looks just as goo as your other chocolate ice cream. WILL MAKE. Bananas going in the freezer tonight.

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I made this tonight with the following variations, i used 1/2 c organic coconut milk, 1/4 avo (leftover) and put it all in the food processor (ohh, didn't have agave so used honey) chopped some macadamias and it was just divine!

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jeshuabrown - I think she used cacao nibs for the chocolate chips. This is beautiful!I will freeze bananas sometime.

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Huh, this really look like chocolate chips on top o' the icey kream. Did yo make those raw somehow?

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If you have a champion or green star juicer you can put the bananas through it and get a pretty firm ice cream easily.

I like to mix mine with some kale juice sometimes (sorry to be a nerd, haha) it's very energizing!

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I always peel my bananas before freezing them - stick them in a container or freezer baggy for quick treats!

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YUM! Just in time for tomorrow when it's going to be beating hot outside! Perfect!

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Sounds lovely!

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