Tuesday, 20 April 2010

Nearly No Fat Icecream

Today I've been mostly craving food, any food but the fattier the better. I decided to have a google and then a play in the kitchen and in under 2 hours I made nearly no fat 'icecream'.

Things you need

  • 5 medium bananas - nice and ripe with no green showing but not too bruised.
  • 100g of low fat yoghurt, mine is homemade.
  • A plate
  • An airtight tub
  • A freezer
  • A blender.
Slice the bananas and lay on the plate. Place in freezer for 1-2 hours. I have a heavenly quick freeze function that meant mine were ready to go in less than an hour.


Once bananas are frozen, place in blender and add 100g of low fat yoghurt.


Blend it until it's smooth. This can be slow going at the beginning, keep on in there and it will get easier as the banana breaks down.


After a couple of minutes it should be all smooth and delicious like this. At this point it is like soft scoop ice cream and is ready to go.


I placed (most of) mine in an airtight container and back in the freezer until later, it should firm up a bit more in the freezer and keep for a month or so. If it's given that long ;)


According to the calorie site I use, per 100g this pudding is

Calories (kcal)109.1
Carbohydrate (g)22.7
Protein (g)2.2
Fat (g)0.6
Fibre (g)4.3
Alcohol (g)0.0
Fruit & Veg1.4

Enjoy :)

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