Banana Mango Ice Cream ~ Raw Vegan Recipe

Banana Mango Ice Cream
serves 2 ~ $.97 per serving

never get tired of making the banana ice creams. It’s one of those rare
things that seem too good to be true, but isn’t. And even with making
this so often, I’ve never had the exact same recipe twice.
used a couple pea blossoms and vines as a garnish (only use blossoms
from edible pea vines, the fragrant sweet pea blossoms are poisonous).
It was almost too pretty to eat … almost.
  • 3 ripe bananas, sliced and frozen ($.45)
  • 1 cup frozen mango chunks ($1.49)
  • pinch salt
  • pea blossoms or other edible flowers (optional)
  • In
    a food processor with an “S” blade, process all ingredients until
    smooth and like soft serve ice cream. It can take just a bit of scraping
    and adjusting to get it to process completely. Add just a tiny bit of
    water if needed to help blend. 
  • Serve with an edible flower garnish if

nutritional information

calories: 225      fat: 1 gr      carbs: 53 gr      protein: 3 gr

12 Responses

  1. Laura says:

    Yes banana ice cream is the best, but this recipe sounds fantastic too!

  2. Pamela says:

    Wow!!! Ice cream….I love it. Thanks for sharing the recipe. I will surely try this out.

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  3. Oh your banana mango softserve looks soooo creamy and wonderful. Love it!!

  4. I call it… BaNango! 😀

  5. Nothing is better than this!! SO simple and SO good

  6. Amanda says:

    I saw this in the morning and wanted it for breakfast 🙂 The pea blossom is beautiful!

  7. shannonmarie says:

    That photo is simply gorgeous!

  8. Wow, that looks amazing. What else can you use for garnish besides pea blossom? Kind of afraid to try just any old flower.

  9. Jerry, some flowers to use as edibles are nasturtium, rose petals, lavender, impatiens, marigolds, the blossoms of any edible herb … here's a good chart with more listed …