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Banana Vanilla Frozen Yogurt

July 3, 2009

Okay guys, I have probably created the easiest, tastiest, cheapest soft serve frozen yogurt ever! These photos don’t do justice how incredibly rich and creamy tasting this dessert is. Heck, this treat should be eaten for breakfast too. I saw this creation around the blogworld and instantly knew I had to re-create it myself. Unfortunately, I don’t own a food processor, but my Magic Bullet worked just fine. I think it would probably take half as long if you were to use a food processor. My poor Magic Bullet has never done so much work in one day! Anyways, this is my variation of a Banana Vanilla Frozen Yogurt. All natural, low calorie, perfect for a hot summer day. I topped my frozen delight with some mini dark chocolate chips. I imagine if you had some nutella on hand, that would be equally as delicious or a simple strawberry compote. Warning: this is not for the faint of heart.

Banana Vanilla Frozen Yogurt

2 frozen bananas

1/8 cup almond milk (you can omit this if you have a food processor, my blender doesn’t work well without any liquids)

1 tablespoon light coconut milk

1 teaspoon cinnamon

1 teaspoon vanilla extract (actual vanilla bean would be perfect if you have it on hand)

Blend bananas, almond milk and coconut milk together for 5 minutes. When the mixture starts to resemble a smoothe creamy texture, add in cinnamon and vanilla and blend for 1 more minute. I actually refroze mine overnight just so it would harden up, either way, you can’t go wrong with this delicious treat.

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