Can you guess what the two ingredients are? 😉
This is such a simple recipe to make and is SUPER refreshing to have on a warm summer’s day. You can even mix it up and add different flavour combos to it (like adding a 1/4 cup of plant milk such as macadamia, hemp, or cashew for a creamier, more soft-serve-like nice-cream!).
This sorbet is one of my favourite versatile desserts; it can be repurposed as a thick shake, breakfast smoothie bowl topped with homemade granola, or simply served as sorbet topped with some fresh passionfruit, berries, shredded coconut, coconut flakes, or mango pieces!
I also love having a scoop of this dessert after dinner on a hot summer’s night, while sitting outside watching the sunset (I love how late the sun sets in the summer <3 ).
But really, this sorbet can be enjoyed any time, any day 😉
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Coconut banana sorbet recipe
A sugar-free, dairy-free take on the classic, creamy ice cream we all love but nicer for your bod! This sorbet take 2 minutes to prepare, and can be used in many different recipes!
- 4 frozen bananas
- 1 can refrigerated full-fat coconut cream (I leave it in the fridge overnight for use in the morning)
- Optional: 1 tsp chopped fresh ginger, with the skin removed (I just peel it off)
- Optional: 2 tbsp raw honey or maple syrup
- Blend all the ingredients in a high speed blender until creamy and well combined.
- Place in the freezer for 2 hours (this helps it to set).
- Take out of the freezer and blend again, then return to freezer for another 2 hours.
- Take out and top with fruit toppings or coconut flakes (or other garnish of choice), and enjoy! You may need to let it slight defrost a little before serving, as it can be quite hard to begin with, otherwise, you can opt to blend it a little again once out of freezer to help soften it slightly.
- Store sorbet in the freezer in an airtight container.
- Note: you can lightly toast the coconut flakes before adding them onto the sorbet (be sure to let them cool first, or they’ll melt the sorbet) to give them an even richer, coconutty flavour!
Sorbet recipe tutorial
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