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Old 02-15-2017, 03:58 AM   #1
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Banana Ice Cream For Veggies

Banana Ice Cream Recipe:


1. Add Banana to the blender and blend.
2. Blend it when it becomes very smooth approximately 5 minutes.
3. Add little Coca Powder, almonds & dry fruits according to taste.
4. Add honey & milk cream.
5. Mix it very well.
6. Scoop into air tight bowl and put into freezer for at least 1 Hour
Banana Ice Cream is Ready. Serve it with Strawberry and dressing it with one or two leaves of mint.

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Old 02-15-2017, 05:53 AM   #2
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Banana Ice Cream Recipe:


1. Add Banana to the blender and blend.
2. Blend it when it becomes very smooth approximately 5 minutes.
3. Add little Coca Powder, almonds & dry fruits according to taste.
4. Add honey & milk cream.
5. Mix it very well.
6. Scoop into air tight bowl and put into freezer for at least 1 Hour
Banana Ice Cream is Ready. Serve it with Strawberry and dressing it with one or two leaves of mint.
Forget the blender. Cook the bananas in brown sugar and rum, light it on fire to impress your date. Pour it all over really good vanilla ice cream. Make your second date.

Bananas Foster.

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Another easy option is to puree a frozen banana, peeled and cut into slices, in the food processor or blender until it is smooth and the consistency of soft serve ice cream.
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Forget the blender. Cook the bananas in brown sugar and rum, light it on fire to impress your date. Pour it all over really good vanilla ice cream. Make your second date.

Bananas Foster.

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