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Peanut Butter Banana Fro-yo

Seeing as summer is quickly drawing to a close, i’m frantically trying to get my fill of cold treats. With ice lollies, i’m pretty easily pleased – a bit of frozen ribena generally does the trick but ice-cream is a little bit more difficult. Unless you have a churner, making ice cream can be quite difficult and time consuming. Then I found this recipe for fro-yo. Not only is it so delicious, it’s easy to make and also pretty good for you!

What you’re gonna need:
3 large chopped and frozen bananas
230ml Greek yoghurt
2 tablespoons of sweet condensed milk
2 tablespoons of smooth peanut butter
A tiny pinch of salt
Digestive biscuits (or biscuits of your choice) to serve.

I have altered the recipe a little as the original post calls for Graham crackers which aren’t readily available in the UK but digestives worked just as well for me.
Be sure to use LARGE bananas, the little lunchbox bananas aren’t gonna cut it here!


Let’s get down to business:

  1. Take your frozen banana chunks out of the freezer and add these alongside your Greek yoghurt, peanut butter, condensed milk and a pinch of salt to a food processor. Blitz the mixture until it’s smooth and creamy.
  2. Take your biscuits and in a sandwich bag, roll over the biscuits until you get small chunks.
  3. I chose to set my fro-yo in tin cans as individual servings. Add your mixture to whichever container you want to use and stir in some of the biscuit and bung it straight in the freezer to set.
  4. Allow the mixture to set in the freezer overnight and once you’re ready to eat it, grab it out the freezer and let it sit on the counter for a few minutes before digging in! As a finishing touch I crushed some of the left over biscuits over the top… delicious!


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  • Emily Isa Baker

    Need to try this!!!