Guilt Free Ice Cream- Frozen Co-Co Nana (Serves 2icecream

2 bananas, peeled & chopped

3 tbsp coconut milk – or any other milk/alternative milk

1 tsp honey – optional

Juice of ½ lime

Chop the bananas into 1” pieces, lay them on a tray and place in the freezer for at least one hour. Just before serving, get the bananas out of the freezer and whiz in a blender or food processor with the coconut, milk, honey and lime juice until smooth, adding a splash of rum if you want(!). Spoon into small serving bowls, top with some cacao nibs or dark chocolate if you wish. You can also try adding fresh berries to your frozen bananas before blitzing, as a different flavour option.

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