Decadent Moscato-Infused Banana Ice Cream

Thank you for the kind words regarding our Grandma. We truly appreciate it and think about her every day.

One thing (among many) that we learned from our Grandma and Grandpa is love. They had the most touching relationship that truly is everlasting and was inspiring to witness. They were that couple that you knew was meant to be together and I’ve rarely witnessed the love that my Grandpa held as he looked at my Grandma day after day. In honor of them and because we haven’t had the chance to post it yet, we have a delicious and healthy dessert for you just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Whether you’re in a relationship or flying solo, this banana ice cream is delicious, satisfying, and infused with a little something extra. If you were at our cooking class you were lucky enough to get the recipe then, but if not, now is your chance to taste one of the desserts that we prepared!

We would much rather spoil our loved ones with food than purchase boxed chocolates or candy and this comes together in a snap! The brownie in the picture came from a recipe on Post Punk Kitchen.  It is super dense so it tastes delicious with this ice cream. If you haven’t tried any of Isa’s recipes, do it. While they’re not always the healthiest…they are always phenomenal and she always has useful tips for cooking as well. I also topped the brownie and ice cream with a raspberry caramel sauce made from reduced raspberries, sweetener and vanilla bean paste.

Decadent Moscato-Infused Banana Ice Cream
[Serves 2]

  • 2 Frozen Bananas*
  • 1 Cube of frozen Moscato Wine (Sutter Home original Moscato is vegan)
  • 10 frozen Cherries
  • 1 tsp. Vanilla Extract
  • Optional Add-Ins: Chocolate, Cherry Juice, additional moscato or cherries

– Freeze the Moscato by filling part of an ice cube tray (you will only need one cube for this recipe but if you’d like to add more, go for it!).

– Blend the frozen bananas in a food processor or blender.

– Add cherries and combine.

– Add other ingredients and combine until smooth, scraping down the sides as needed.

– Serve as is, with a drizzle of vegan chocolate, or on top of a delicious brownie (and a glass of moscato, of course)!

* It’s easiest to remove the peel of the bananas before freezing them.

 –Blend the frozen bananas in a food processor or blender.

Add cherries and combine.

-Add other ingredients and combine until smooth, scraping down the sides as needed.

-Enjoy!

Have a Happy Valentine’s Day tomorrow!

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