Maple Walnut Ice Cream
Maple Walnut Ice Cream
Happy Wednesday! I hope you are enjoying the week! I have a few exciting things to share with you today…..I’m sure the picture of the ice cream gives one of them away! The other, the gorgeous bowls that I am serving this delicious recipe to you in! The kind people at UncommonGoods sent me these stunning SoapStone Bowls that can be used for hot or cold meals! How cute are they?! I knew right away I was making ice cream to serve in them because, well, it is summer and who doesn’t love a healthy bowl of ice cream!
When UncommonGoods emailed me about trying one of their products, they gave me the opportunity to select an item under a certain amount. Well, to say the decision on what to select was difficult is an under statement! They have so many incredible things on there! I actually ended up writing down some other items I plan on purchasing, like this personalized cutting board! Yes, I want to customized it with the website! 😉 They also have a ton of other really neat items that you can personalize here. Or, if you need an original gift for your girlfriend or mom there are some super cute things here! They have these neat Yoga Pose Garden Sculptures that are adorable! And yes, they also have stuff for men here! We can’t forget Dad or Grampa! And for all my foodie fans out there…..The Kitchen & Bar section here has some of the coolest and most original stuff I have seen! You all know this is where my shopping list is coming from! Don’t be surprised when a few more of these items pop up down the road!
But, I digress! Let’s move onto the delicious ice cream recipe! While you are kicking back and relaxing with this tasty dessert, you can scroll through the UncommonGoods website and shop away! 😉
- 3 small bananas (300g), sliced and frozen
- ⅓ cup Maple Peanut Butter Powder
- ¼ cup chopped walnuts
- 1 tbs maple syrup, optional
- Add all ingredients, except walnuts, to a food processor or blender
- Blend until mixed well
- Transfer to a bowl and hand mix in walnuts
- Enjoy immediately as soft serve OR place in a sealed container in the freezer for 2-3 hours for a more ice cream like consistency
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