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Baby-friendly one-ingredient ice cream


By Meg Walker
27th Jun 2018
Baby-friendly one-ingredient ice cream

 

Serves 2 adults + 2 little ones

Ingredients
2 ripe bananas, thinly sliced and frozen
a splash or two of cold water or your baby’s usual milk
optional flavours: strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, unsweetened cacao, cinnamon or nut butter

Method
Tip the frozen banana slices into your blender with the water/milk. Pulse, stop, look, give the blender cup a shake. Keep going, pulse by pulse, and after 45-60 seconds of whizzing, maybe less, you’ll be left with a creamy soft-scoop texture.

Serve immediately. If you’re adding flavours, throw them in at the start.

Extracted from Young Gums: Baby Food with Attitude by Beth Bentley (Ebury Press, approx €17). Photography by Haarala Hamilton.