Sugar Free Banana Ice Cream Recipe

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Sugar Free Banana Ice Cream Recipe

Sugar Free Banana Ice Cream Recipe

I’m a fan of desserts.  In fact, when a skinny person tells me something like “I don’t like desserts” or “I don’t ever eat chocolate” I immediately distrust them.  What kind of crazy person doesn’t like chocolate!?

So as you might imagine, finding sugar-free desserts is a little difficult but so far I’ve had good luck with my dessert experimentations.  For the first few weeks, my “go-to” snack was popcorn.  (Popped in coconut oil, sprinkled with a little salt and Garlic powder.  So good!)  Fortunately, I found out that you can freeze bananas and make a very tasty “Ice-Cream” with them.  To freeze bananas easily, peel and place in Ziploc bag.  Freeze on a flat surface

If you REALLY want to blow your socks off, combine this recipe with my Sugar Free Berries and Cream recipe and eat up!

Sugar Free Banana Ice Cream Recipe
Recipe type: Desserts
Cuisine: Sugar Free Recipe
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Serves: 2
This is a super tasty Sugar Free Banana Ice Cream Recipe!
  • 2 frozen bananas
  • ¼ cup Whole MIlk
  • Tsp of Grape-Nuts
  1. Put frozen bananas in blender or food processor (Some juicers will work also)
  2. Pour in milk and blend until creamy
  3. Don't over blend because you will melt the bananas
  4. Serve in bowls, sprinkle Grape-Nuts on top for a little crunch
To freeze bananas, peel and place in ziploc bag. Freeze on flat surface.


8 Replies to “Sugar Free Banana Ice Cream Recipe”

  1. Hi!
    I am new to your blog. I’m enjoying reading it very much. But this recipe has me confused.
    This is quite high in carbs and would spike one’s insulin a lot!
    How are you fitting this into a low carb diet. I need to keep my insulin on an even keel.
    Thanks for your advice.

    1. Great question. This was one of the first recipes on my site long before I understood everything I do now about the role of insulin in weight loss and T2D control. I was just trying to get rid of any added sugar to my diet. I don’t eat this now.

      1. Thanks for the reply. I try to stay as keto as possible. I’m enjoying your Facebook page I’m looking forward to starting the 28 day challenge. Thanks so the information!

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