Banana Coconut Ice Cream - Table For Seven
  • Banana Coconut Ice Cream

    Jun 26th • Posted in No Bake Desserts

    Banana Coconut Ice Cream

    Easy to make homemade ice cream with coconut and real bananas..

    So, how is your summer going so far? Keeping busy or relaxing?  Ours is a bit of both.

    It’s nice that we are not on a morning school schedule.  We are sleeping in until 7 am! I know, that’s early for some, but, for me,that’s pure bliss.  On the other hand, we are keeping busy.  Days are filled with trips to the park, the library, the farmers market,the zoo, and various social engagements that the kids have planned for themselves. Lots of fun, but, it’s keeps the summer moving at a record speed.

    With all this summertime fun, we’ve had plenty of ice cream. Lots of ice cream.  Lots.

    This is one of the flavors we have been stuffing our faces with.  Coconut flavored ice cream with nice pieces of bananas throughout.  It’s a delicious combo.

    We ate our mostly plain, but, I did pour some homemade caramel sauce on a few bowls, that was really yummy.

    Whatever way you chose to top it’s a great treat for summer!

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    Banana Coconut Ice Cream

    Banana Coconut Ice Cream

    by Table for Seven
    Prep Time: 00:10
    Ingredients (Serves: 4-6)
    • 2 cups whipping cream
    • 1 cup whole milk
    • 3/4 cup brown sugar
    • 1/2 TBSP coconut extract
    • 2 small bananas, mashed
    In a mixing bowl, mix cream, milk, brown sugar and coconut extract. Mix well and pour into ice cream maker. Follow manufactures directions.
    Add bananas in per manufactures directions for add-ins. ( Mine is added in the last 5 minutes of churning)
    Put in freezer safe container to store in freezer.
    If you do not have an ice cream maker:
    In a freezer safe bowl, mix cream, milk, brown sugar and coconut extract. Place in freezer for 30-45 minutes.
    Fold in bananas.
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