Muck Ice Cream (Chocolate, PB & Banana)
Creamy. Chocolatey. Peanut-buttery. Ice cream. Oh yes, and banana.
This is my son’s creation, his brain-child, his idea. I wanted to give it a fancier name, but he wasn’t having any of that. NO, it’s Muck Ice Cream. I asked him what Ben & Jerry’s would name it and he said, “Muck Ice Cream.” I get the feeling there just isn’t going to be any arguing with him on this one.
He has made this scrumptious ice cream recipe twice now. The first time he didn’t measure anything, so I asked him if he would please measure it next time and he did!
So that means I get to share it with you. I am so excited to share this one! This ice cream takes about 5 minutes to make, 20 minutes to freeze — you will have ice cream before you could even think about running to Dairy Queen. And Dairy Queen doesn’t have ice cream anywhere near as good as this.
It’s so good, we had it for breakfast today.
Muck Ice Cream
- 2 bananas
- 1/2 cup chocolate syrup
- 2/3 cup peanut butter
- 2 cups fat-free half and half (milk works well too, but using half and half makes it so oooh so extra-creamy good)
Directions: Mix up all the ingredients in a blender until very smooth. Freeze in your ice cream maker.
I highly recommend getting one of those speedy Cuisinart ice cream makers. They make life SO much better if you’re anywhere near as much of an ice cream freak as I am.