Baked Banana and Coconut Ice Cream


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Baked Banana and Coconut Ice Cream

Servings 2

Total Time: 40 minutes

Cook Time: 40 minutes

Nutrition Information

calories 398

carbohydrate 59g

protein 3g

fat 21g

Ingredients

  • 2 medium banana(s)
  • 2 scoop(s) Coconut Ice Cream (recipe)
  • 1/2 teaspoon(s) cinnamon

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 F.
  2. Bake bananas in an uncovered dish for 20-30 minutes until soft.
  3. Squeeze out contents onto two serving plates, and top each with a scoop of coconut ice cream.
  4. Top with a dash of cinnamon.

Comments

  1. Coconut Icecream
    —————-
    All used foods should be best quality.
    Buy a ripe coconut, i.e. one with thick white flesh. Additionally buy app.
    one litre (two pints) of coconut juice or buy young coconuts and extract
    the juice. Extract the flesh from the ripe coconut and put it into the food
    processor. The amount of flesh is something you can vary, depending on how
    intense the taste of the ice should be. Try 0.5 lb for two pints of
    coconut juice. Add the juice to the processed flesh. Now put the mixture
    into an ice machine (must be able to stir while freezing). For instinctos:
    eat your icecream while frozen. Do not let it thaw again because it would
    be subject to denaturation by thawing.
    From: Stefan Joest on the Raw-Food Diet List

  2. Or you can blend 1 can of organic coconut milk (Native Forest is best because it comes in a BPA-free can) with 1/4 cup honey/coconut sap/maple syrup and a splash of vanilla and put it in your ice cream maker ($50-$100 at Bed Bath & Beyond). And you have yourself some delicious coconut milk ice cream. You can add fruit, spices, nuts or whatever you’d like to the mixture. Have fun!

  3. Wow! I found this recipe and was amazed by the simplicity. Had no idea warm gooey banana could taste so great with cool coconut sweetness. Cinnamon is like the icing on the cake. Very good!

  4. It’s kind of a lame recipe when people have to write real recipes in the comments. I was hoping for a good coconut ice cream recipe. Most of the “coconut products” out there are not paleo. They’re filled with sweeteners, fillers and other crap.

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