Instant Banana, Coconut, Lime Ice Cream

You know those times you want something really yummy YESTERDAY, that you can fool the toughest customer (often ourselves) to believe is a legitimate treat? Welcome to this instant ice cream. All you need is a good blitzer – a thermomix, a kenwood tri blade stick mix… Just something that can blitz through frozen ingredients easily. This will take you literally 3 minutes & is silky smooth and luxurious in texture, packed with flavour and not a whisper of an additive in sight!

“Why can’t I just buy ice cream” you ask? Read this to find out what’s in many supermarket ice creams.

KITCHEN NOTE & FLAVOUR VARIATION: For a lower fructose, higher anti oxidant – and down right delicious – variation, split the 3 banana portion of the recipe into 1.5 bananas / handful each of frozen blueberries and raspberries. The original recipe slows fructose’s travel speed as it is, with the help of the ground cinnamon & healthy coconut fats, so in delicious moderation, you’re fine!

TOO RUNNY? Chill your coconut cream for longer next time so it partly freezes. Don’t drop the coconut cream back, because it plays a great role in slowing down the banana’s fructose travels through your body. That’s a good thing.

Real Food. Happy Bodies.

Instant Banana Coconut Lime Ice Cream Recipe

Servings: 4 people


  • 3 frozen bananas
  • 6 tbsp coconut cream (measure out and put into freezer around 30 minutes before, so it’s very cold)
  • 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon*
  • juice of half a lime
  • toasted coconut to garnish


  • Put bananas, coconut cream, cinnamon and lime juice into a jug or bowl. Blitz into a thick slush. Serve 2 scoops per person. Garnish with toasted coconut flakes or shreds. There, now that was easy wasn’t it?

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  1. This is amazing!! My kids were requesting ice cream the other night and I refuse to buy it anymore, so I made this. Oh my… Everyone enjoyed it, kids, hubby and me!! And there was no cranky, sugar crashing kids 🙂 Thanks for your amazing recipes!!

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      Hi Jackie,

      You’ll find it in any health food store or even supermarket. Often in the Asian cooking section. Enjoy and let me know how it goes 🙂

  2. Oh my goodness. I just made this. It’s so simple, tastes amazing and I’ll fits within the foods I like to eat.

    Thank you so much!

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