Foodie Friday – Frozen Banana & Peanut Butter Puppy Icecream

After what has been a big week I am spoiled this week by my Foodie Friday taste testing duties. All indulgent treat today and nice and cool too on another hot day.

What you will need to get out of the cupboard and fridge:

Really simple well ripened banana/s.

Peanut butter.

That is it. The number of bananas you have will determine the amount of peanut butter with about 1 tablespoon of peanut butter per banana.

What you do with the stuff:

Mash up the banana/s in a bowl.

Add the peanut butter and mix it in.

Frozen Banana & Peanut Butter Icecream (1)

Scoop mixture into an icecube tray or mum has used the small plastic containers we get with the Thai takeaway that has the dipping sauces.  Then pop into the freezer to freeze (dah!).

Frozen Banana & Peanut Butter Icecream (4)

When you want one simply pop it out….

Frozen Banana & Peanut Butter Icecream (3)

And hand it over!

Frozen Banana & Peanut Butter Icecream (2)

This isn’t me being nasty…. had peanut butter stuck to the roof of my mouth.

Nice and cold but they are a short chew versus things that take me longer to eat like the puppy ice-block.

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  • rubytheblacklabrador
    September 27, 2013

    Love the recipe page!! – no one else is doing this so you should get some good hits!!

    • 1st World Dog
      September 27, 2013

      Glad you like Ruby. Today’s was delicious.
      I’m enjoying the taste testing and mum seems to enjoy finding or making up new recipes…. It’s a nice bonus when others like them too.
      Any requests?

      • rubytheblacklabrador
        September 28, 2013

        Request wise I like peanut butter scraped inside a kong or an old plastic container, ice blocks of veggie stock, a cream cheese/peanut butter iced mush mum once made, kibble in ice blocks, apples frozen. Actually anything cold – and my family is vegetarian so sad to say I missed out on the cooked liver delight:)

        • 1st World Dog
          September 28, 2013

          Even my mum got a bit queezy making the liver fudge. Some great ideas there so we will play around and test them out. Yum…. Loving Foodie Friday.

  • weliveinaflat
    September 27, 2013

    Ahhh ice chomping face! 😀 I like no bake recipes because we don’t have an oven in the house 😀 Heeheee… gonna try this one… since this give the chance for the human to buy bananas and maybe even finish the bananas before they turn black 😀

  • weliveinaflat
    September 5, 2014

    thinking of making an ice cream cake, it is easy to pop out of the container?

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