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Banana Blackberry Home-made No-churn Ice Cream

A week before I made this, I chopped a couple of bananas and packed into the freezer to try the one ingredient ice cream. Then I forgot. Totally. A box of blackberries that I kept saving to make muffins was not destined for it either. When it came down to the choice of muffins or smoothies, he chose smoothies, but I went a level up and decided to make the ice cream!

Banana Blackberry Home-made No-churn Ice Cream

While processing the blackberries to make ice cream, I remembered the frozen banana!! Sheesh, should have made that instead! I knew if not today, I am going to forget the bananas again. So off went the frozen banana chunks along with the blackberry in the processor! Now it takes a wee bit more time as it is frozen bananas. When I tasted the mixture, it was YUM but it left a slightly bitter after taste. But that is normal and don't need to increase sugar or condensed milk, just splash some cardamom powder and you are good to go.

Yields: 4 large scoops

Banana Blackberry Homemade No-churn Ice Cream 

INGREDIENTS

16 blackberries 
2 large banana, peeled, sliced and frozen
1/2 can condensed milk 
3/4 cup whipping cream, whipped 
a dash vanilla essence 
1/2 teaspoon cardamom powder

METHOD 

  1. Add the frozen bananas into a food processor or grinder and grind until smooth and no lumps. Tip in the blackberries halfway through the grinding process. 
  2. Transfer the content into a deep bowl and add in the condensed milk and mix well 
  3. Fold in the whipped cream continuously and gently until everything is incorporated 
  4. Pour them into a freezer box and freeze overnight or up to 6 hours 
  5. Scoop and serve the Banana Blackberry Home-made No-churn Ice Cream 
Banana Blackberry Home-made No-churn Ice Cream

Now, this can be made with any berry combination as banana goes with.. all? everything? And if not a fan of cardamom, then add some cinnamon or I think even mint goes well... anything that can layer flavours to get past that light after-taste. Or if you are aware of any other techniques please do drop in your ideas in the comment box! :-D

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