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!


  • 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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  • oh my littlest boys will love these!

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  • Way to easy! My monkeys will love.

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  • What a great mis of flavours

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  • Easy and delicious! Love this idea! Cannot wait to try if we get rid of this awful cold stormy weather in Melbourne!!!

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  • I’ve been trying to find ideas for healthier icypoles over summer! this is genius. We always have coconut milk handy for curries… haven’t tried it on icypoles yet. Tomorrow’s family baking activity here we come! thanks

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  • Yumm these will go down a treat! I’m always looking for healthy ice block recipes! Thanks

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  • Always have banana pieces in the freezer ready for what ever. At parties or when a few children around I make ice blocks in small disposal cups with sticks. This way the ice block can be put into the cup for holding at times or eaten out of the cup.


    • I am glad you cut the bananas into pieces before you freeze them. There has been a problem with some having a virus or disease in them. They look perfect until you cut them open and they are brown on the inside. The skin didn’t have a mark on it. It tasted ripe as it would normally but it made me vomit. Two of that batch that I bought I froze and forgot all about it. When I ate them I was sick again. I have since found out that some banana plantations were under quarantine but they managed to sneak some out and sell them.

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  • So fresh and quick to prepare. Great for these last weeks of summer!! :-)

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  • A wonderful ice-block idea; I look forward to creating these at home!.

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  • These are my go to iceblock recipe and are great for even fussy eaters!!

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  • I have my grandson visiting soon. I’m planning to have some of these in the freezer ready to go. So super healthy, easy to make and sound delicious

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  • This recipe for banana and coconut ice blocks is just so simple and easy that is just has to be made and tried on a hot day.


    • Going to make ice Blocks for this weekend to combat the heat.

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  • good idea and great for this hot weather we are having.

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  • A great recipe to use up ripe banana’s and so easy! Thanks!

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