June 12, 2017

Ice-cream. Ice-cream is good, ice-cream has a lot of sugar. Well, at least the bought one. Or the one that my grandma used to make. The ratio of fruit:sugar:sour cream was 1:1:1. I decided to make a bit healthier version. You only need a freezer and a blender or  a food processor 🙂


For 6-8 portions; Very easy; 4+ hours for freezing; preparation in around 15 min


Ingredients

1 kg Greek yogurt
4 bananas
250 g currant
3-5 tablespoons of honey

Extra: Milk or water

Instructions
  1. Greek yogurt, bananas, currant and honey blend and pour in a deep dish. Freeze and let it in a freezer for at least 4 hours.
  2. Frozen won’t be very good. So the procedure to a amazing ice-cream is following.
  3. Put the ice-cream from the freezer around half a hour before you want to serve it.
  4. Take a blender or a food processor. Work in batches. Add 1/4 of ice cream and cover with a little milk or water. In food processor it will be easier to blend it. But if you are using a blender use the ‘pulse’ button. Blend for 2 seconds, turn off, stir and repeat that until the amazing ice-cream forms.
  5. When you are done with first round continue with the rest.

Wise-ass corner

I used freshly picked currant but of course you can use some other type of berries also. 

Use less of the liquid for thicker ice-cream or more for more liquid ice-cream.

Baby, this one is a keeper

On my mission to reduce food waste, I used some over-ripped bananas that were laying around and made this scrumptious & good for ya belly Banana Bread