A quick way to prepare ice block mixture. Eat straight from a bowl or freeze in ice block moulds.


Ingredients (serves 15 | makes 15 Ice Blocks)

  • 6-7 Peeled Frozen Ripe Bananas
  • 1 Tin Ayam Coconut Milk (or Coconut Cream)

Method

  1. Cut or break frozen bananas into chunks and place into food processor.
  2. Pour in one tin of Ayam coconut milk (or coconut cream).
  3. Process until you have a thick, creamy, and smooth texture (2-3 minutes).
  4. Scoop spoonfuls of banana and coconut mixture into ice block moulds and freeze for 4-5 hours. Enjoy!


  • Such a great healthy option, thanks.

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  • Does anyone know how long these would last in the freezer and still be ok?? (Obviously covered in freezer but unsure how long they’d last frozen)

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  • This is a great idea! Healthy treat for warm days.

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  • What a great idea. Delicious.

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  • I think these are fantastic, such a great idea thanks for sharing your recipe

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  • Sounds so easy and quick to make. I like the sound of adding coconut cream. Will be something I will try this weekend.

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  • I often make banana coconut cream iceblocks ! Always a hit here :)
    My kids like it when I add a bit of raw vanilla powder and sometimes some spoons as raw chocolate powder as well.

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  • Yum! I was wondering what to do with my overripe banana’s!

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  • Yum!! I’m going to do this for the grand kids ( well the one that likes bananas anyway ;-) )

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  • This is a great idea. I’d probably also add a little honey to it.

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  • These look and sound very yummy – will be trying this. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  • I’m normally not a big coconut fan but am willing and keen to give these a try – thanks.

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  • Quick and delish ! What a great idea for using up the mushy bananas rather than throwing them out!

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  • My baby isnt old enough for these yet…but i might make some for me! They sound good!!

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  • I often make ice blocks in this way and all of my kids age 13-3 love this. Sometimes I add some raw cacao powder, coffee extract and/or raw vanilla powder.

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