Tuesday Giveaway :: No Bake Makery’s Best Banana Ice Cream

Best Banana Ice Cream - From No Bake Makery by Cristina Suarez

Cristina Suarez Krumsick’s new cookbook, No Bake Makery, is packed full of easy recipes that don’t require an oven. No Bake Makery is full of simple recipes with ingredients that you probably already have around the house and the recipes are nearly foolproof! The book is perfect to have around when I need to whip up a dish to pass or some snacks from friends, but I don’t want to spend the day in the kitchen sculpting the perfect cake or rolling out the perfect pie crust.

Best Banana Ice Cream - just peanut butter and bananas!

I really appreciate that each recipe has a beautiful color photograph taken by her husband (aww!). It’s definitely a pet peeve of mine when a recipe doesn’t have a picture to go with it! I think that’s why I get most of my recipes from food blogs and Pinterest these days – I need the visual inspiration to kick my butt into gear!

Best Banana Ice Cream - just peanut butter and bananas!

When her publishing company, Grand Central Publishing, sent me a cookbook to review the recipe for Best Banana Ice Cream immediately caught my eye. Banana ice cream made from blended bananas with no added cream? It seemed too good to be true! I used some extra-ripe (ie: extra sweet) bananas to make the recipe and left out the brown sugar. It was still so creamy and sweet, I’m glad that I did. This is the perfect guilt-free summer treat and something I’m going to make over and over. If you’re on a search for the perfect vegan ice cream recipe – this is it.

With such success on the first recipe, I can’t wait to try another. The fluffy cracker cookies on the cookbook cover and the healthy fruit leather (made in the microwave!) are next on my list.

Best Banana Ice Cream - from No Bake Makery by Cristina Suarez Krumsick

 

 Best Banana Ice Cream

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Best Banana Ice Cream
 
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Ingredients
  • 8 large ripe bananas, frozen
  • 1 c. chopped walnuts
  • ½ c. creamy peanut butter
  • ½ c. firmly packed brown sugar (optional)
Instructions
  1. Allow your frozen bananas to thaw for 5 minutes. Cut the bananas down the middle lengthwise and peel each half.
  2. Combine the frozen bananas, chopped walnuts, peanut butter, and brown sugar in a food processor and process until ice cream forms, 2-3 minutes.
  3. Scoop into mini bowls of the mini serving vessels of your choice.

Tuesday Giveaway: No Bake Makery

Grand Central Publishing are giving a copy of No Bake Makery to one lucky Running Blonde reader!

You can get up to 5 entries in this giveaway. The contest closes on Friday.

Best Banana Ice Cream - from No Bake Makery by Cristina Suarez Krumsick

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Once the giveaway closes, I will put all of the comments in a random number generator and notify the winner over the weekend. Thanks for participating!

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Comments

  1. says

    This stuff looks amazing, I’m a big fan of banana “ice cream”, but I’d never thought of adding pb, I have to try that soon!
    By the way, is the giveaway open to non US residents?? Because it looks lovely, and I’d very much like to take part!
    My favourite no bake treat has to be no bake cheesecake. A creamy, decadent, vanilla flavoured one with a lovely berry topping. Now, that’s a dessert!
    xxxx

  2. Holly says

    My favorite no-bake is definitely popsicles (re: People’s Pops cookbook) – make with or without booze ;) Great for entertaining in the summer!

  3. Alicia says

    I love making raw balls (I don’t know what else to call them). I just put dates, nuts (usually walnuts), coconut, a little cocoa or cacao powder, and a smidge of maple syrup into the food processor. Then I blend until pretty smooth, form into balls, and roll them in more coconut so they look pretty. Then just refrigerate until firm, although they’re also good at room temp!

    I also love no bake cheesecake (Martha’s “Food” magazine had a great recipe for one last month).

  4. Rebecca Murray says

    I love making chocolate barks and chocolate covered fruit! You’ll be amazed by how fast chocolate covered raspberries disappear at parties.

  5. says

    Yum… this book looks right up my alley, Kelly! My favorite no-bake recipe is one I recently saw on another blog – clementine segments dipped in dark chocolate and sprinkled with sea salt. (The idea makes me salivate just thinking of them, haha!)ann.b.martin at gmail

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