I'd heard banana icecream reviews before as I'm sure you have, but in all honesty never got what the fuss was about. But, never knocking something 'till I've tried it, I gave it a go a few weeks ago and OH yeah, it's good. Believe the hype.
It's probably one of the easiest things to make. You just need a food processor (if you don't have one I promise it'll be one of the best investments you'll make; go and buy one), and 1 banana (or 2, depending on how much you want).
Slice your banana and freeze it. After a few hours, or over night, take it out of the freezer and blend it until it's smooth and creamy. Don't worry, there will be a point during blending where you're like, umm, this looks like weird rice, but stick with it. It works.
This time I've topped mine with almond butter and blueberries but there are about a dozen other combinations that would be bliiiiss, like cacao powder and maple syrup, raspberry and cashew butter, you get the idea.
With a bit of vanilla essence, this would be flawless. It's creamy, silky and thick just like ice-cream.
I've started freezing individual sliced banana portions in sandwich bags so I can whip it up in a matter of minutes.. let me know your favourite 'nice-cream' recipes!