The Frozen Banana Ice-cream is the easiest ice-cream you can every make. It doesn’t require any special equipment. Honey and butterscotch just adds life to the fruity ice-cream.
Have you ever tried making ice-cream without an ice-cream maker? It’s a whole lot of mess. It doesn’t set right, or you are going on churning it forever. I hate so much work in the kitchen! This Frozen Banana Ice-cream is easy, quick and without all that fuss. And it doesn’t taste like baby food. You need just three ingredients – frozen bananas, honey and butterscotch – that’s it! This is a kid friendly dessert recipe – dairy free, sugar free. And you have the goodness of banana too.
I recently got the Preethi Turbo Chop by Preethi Appliances and I wanted to use and review it. It does great chopping in seconds. I have chopped carrots and beans for fried rice in it and it takes what – 5 secs? Yes that fast. It has 450 W power and stainless steel surgical blades to break down your vegetables or even meat in seconds. I love the design because the motor is actually on top and there isn’t any switch or speed level for it. It simply does everything in the blink of an eye. You just need to press the top part – that acts as the switch!
I made this Frozen Banana Ice-cream in Preethi Turbo Chop by Preethi Appliances. It has four parts – motor, blades, jar, and a protection lid. Assembling the Preethi Turbo Chop is extremely easy and the best part is every part is removable. I find it very handy and extremely useful when you need to make something quick – unplanned!
How to make Frozen Banana Ice-cream?
I can’t even begin to write how easy it is. Get a few ripe bananas. Those ugly blackish bananas are really sweet and make this ice-cream taste awesome. Slice them roughly and pop in the freezer for 3 hours. Take them out and blend in a food processor or a blender which has high power. Those hand blenders will not work for this recipe. The Preethi Turbo chop is 450 W chopper and suits perfectly for this. Since its bananas and they are meant to be a gooey slime goodness the chopper fits the bill for me.
Blend it nicely for a few minutes. Scrape the sides in between and blend again. Your food processor jar will be chilled by this time! When the banana has become creamy add in a generous drizzle of honey. When I say generous, I mean really generous, not just 2 teaspoon kind of generosity!! Honey is better than sugar, mind you. Blend for a few seconds.
I am adding these readymade butterscotch chips in the frozen banana ice cream. This makes the dessert recipe pretty easy. If you can’t find any, you can add in chocolate chips too. You can in fact get really creative with banana ice-creams once the base is ready! Pour them in and blend again for 2-3 seconds. You don’t want the butterscotch chips to be blended completely. The unevenness will add a great texture in the mouth.
This is how it’s going to look like – creamy, soft and yum.
Preethi Turbo Chop – My Views
I think it’s a super handy appliance you can have in your kitchen. It’s handy, its fast and its powerful and comes at an attractive price point of INR 1994. It saves a lot of time and effort just when you are not in a mood to chop up vegetables for your food. You can mince meat, you can chop garlic – and not paste it as what happens in a mixer grinder.
Is everything good? Any Cons?
I don’t know if I call it a con per se, but it chops really finely in small bits. If you want rough chop, or slices / juliens then you have get your good old knife out!
How to serve Frozen Banana Ice-cream?
You can serve it right away. It will be creamy, gooey and soft. But if you are like me who likes really chilled stuff then you can pop it back in the freezer for an hour or two and then scoop out. That way you will get perfect ice-cream scoops and no chance of it feeling like a mashed banana equivalent!
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- Ripe Banana - 3 medium sized, sliced and frozen for 3 hours
- Honey - ¼ th cup
- Butterscotch chips - 2 table spoon
- Blend frozen bananas in a food processor or blender with high power
- Blend for 2 minutes or till it turns creamy and smooth
- Add honey and blend for a few seconds
- Add butterscotch chips and blend for a sec or two
- Pop it in the freezer for 2 hours
- Serve with a drizzle of honey.
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