Fried Ice Cream ~ Raw Food Recipe

serves 2 ~ $.48 per serving

3 bananas ($.45)
flavoring (other frozen fruit or cacao) ($.40)
pinch salt
3 tablespoons ground flax ($.05)
1 tablespoon coconut flakes ($.05)
big pinch cinnamon
pinch cayenne (optional)
drizzle of agave, maple syrup, or coconut nectar 

Bananas and flax seed, that’s all this is. But when it’s called fried ice cream, it sounds truly decadent.
a batch of banana ice cream in your preferred way. For this, I took the
bananas, cacao, and salt and pureed in the food processor until very
smooth, then froze until firm. You can use frozen bananas and and the
food processor, or use an ice cream maker. Whichever method you use,
freeze the ice cream until it’s firm. Mix together the flax, coconut,
cinnamon, and cayenne. Then, scoop the ice cream into a ball and roll
each ball in the flax blend. Drizzle with a bit of your choice of
nutritional information:          calories: 228         fat: 5 gr        carbs: 45 gr        protein: 5 gr

Lisa Viger Gotte

Hello! I'm Lisa, an artist, photographer, author, gardener, navel-gazer, and lover of the planet and all its inhabitants. I draw and paint, cook, write, take lots of pics, eat lots of chocolate, and practice gratitude daily.

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5 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    I think the directions could be better written. The picture easily shows some whole flax seed…but the directions say ground flax seed. Servings say, serves 2. How many pieces is that?

  2. shannonmarie says:

    I think I remember you posting this in the past. It's making me crave it again. Hope all is well.

    • Lisa Viger says:

      That's right, Shannon. I'm trying to organize and slightly update all my recipes here so I'm reposting them individually. I'm sure there's an easier way, lol, but that's how I'm doing it.

      All is well here. It's been a busy summer and we're heading into a busy fall. Hope you and yours are doing well! How is that cute little girl of yours?

  3. kelli says:

    will have to try this! you could even add dehydrated buckwheat for more crunch.