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  1. Victoria (District Chocoholic)

    Banana ice cream with cocoa powder (high quality, of course), is a standby weekend breakfast for me. Along with Greek yogurt mixed with peanut flour. It’s like chocolate peanut butter pie.

  2. Helen (grabyourfork)

    Make love to the camera! lol. Actually I admit I do secretly plead with my meals as I search for their most flattering angle.

    Kaya banana ice cream! Elvis ice cream! Now I’m thinking banoffee ice cream with dulce de leche and biscuit crumbs. I’ll have your share of the cream 🙂

  3. Ameena

    I am not a fan of bananas but I must say that this looks absolutely divine! And the peanut butter cups on top make it look even more delicious. Have you seen the little Trader Joe’s tubs of these? My God they are addicting!!

  4. Vaala ◪

    I love banana ice cream! But yes, it’s not the most photogenic of foods. It’s funny though, I’ve been having it since I was knee high to a grass hopper so when I saw the whole craze online a little while ago it made me laugh. Mum always used to make it with a little bit of jam and a little bit of cocoa so that has always been my favourite (oh, and our food processor died if you didn’t splash some milk in there too).

  5. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    I was addicted to banana soft serve when it was winter – but I keep forgetting to freeze bananas now that it is summer (i know…weird right?!) Must remind myself to do so!!

  6. Monique

    I really can’t get into banana soft serve. Maybe because my processor blows haha. But I find it takes wayyyy too much work and by the time I get there, it’s already a melted soupy mess anyways. Oh well. I’m a frozen yogurt girl myself, and I totally approve of the PB cups 🙂 Totally.

  7. Ashley @ Thefitacademic

    mmmmm – that “Elvis” one looks AMAZING! But then, the PB cup on top is one of my all-time fave treats!

  8. theresa

    Aw, she just wants her squeaky toy!

    As I was reading this post I was wondering why there was no peanut butter and banana – of course, you saved it for last! I shall never doubt you again!

  9. Kath Lockett

    Jedda is gorgeous!

    The, um, puddles of banana poop, are, um less so. But I’m sure they had a great personality and tasted delicious….. ??

  10. Johanna GGG

    I planned to make the brownies yesterday but got a bit depressed when I looked at my freezer space and just ran out of energy – so they are definitely on my list!

    Jedda does look like he is “sprung bad”! how was he when he finally got his toy – was the build up worth it 🙂

    We had a weird parcel from overseas that gave out ominous santa claus laughter whenever we moved it!

  11. Julia @ Boredom Abounds

    Mmm, the cocoa, cinnamon & coffee variation sounds good. How about banana ice cream with a violet crumble or two crushed into it? Delicious!

  12. whisperinggums

    Will you make frozen banana icecream for me? Everyone has told me it’s great but I have just never done it … perhaps it has something to do with not likely bananas but this could be the turning point.

  13. Anna Johnston

    Yummy ice cream ideas & yep…., that’s a serious case of guilt written all over the poodle for sure 🙂

  14. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    No way! The Elvis ice cream is quite brilliant (although I might have been tempted to add bacon to it). But then again I am on the other side of the line 😛

  15. msihua

    Poodleeeeeeeeeeeeee….. Yum! Oh no.. you’ve messed my brain up.. banaanaaaaa… sit!…

  16. Kate (What Kate is Cooking)

    I could look at these photos all day! Especially the last one 🙂

  17. chocolatesuze

    kaya banana ice cream??? how did i miss that zomg awesome!!

  18. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    Banana soft serve could NEVER be boring! The swirl on that cocoa-cinnamon-coffee one…just…wow. And the kaya, and THEN Reese’s?! Never stop at a mere poodle photo when there’s ice cream to be shown!

  19. Casey @ Insatiably Healthy

    I like the coffee cinnamon idea!
    You should try a mock apple pie one. With chopped baked apple, cinnamon, and graham cracker or cookie crumbs.

  20. Jonathon Clarke

    Oh Yuk! Knowing how Baconnaise actually tastes, I am SO grossed out right now! lol. You are way too hard on yourself, my dear Hannah! The banana ice creams look wonderful, even if the spiced sesame slice one refused to seduce the camera. The heart-shaped structure of the ice cream itself more than made up for it! Kudos! 🙂

  21. Alisa Fleming

    OH that is such a cute poodle story and pic!

    Love the banana ice creams actually. I do a similar one to the chocolate version, but used carob powder and cinnamon. It has a malted like flavor, but I’m a carob fan. Now I have to make some peanut butter cups (damn Reese’s for adding milk!) so I can have an Elvis version. Yum! Strange? I think not.

  22. Louise

    I love Jedda’s sprung face- a dog trying to sneak in and find her squeaker- how cute is that? I certainly have heard of whizzing up bananas, but have never done it. I hear it’s supposed to be hot in Australia next week, seems like a perfect time to give it a go. I think I’ll want to make a nutmeg one as I was reading today how nutmeg can actually be a hallucinogen, and that if you eat a whole one you can get a nutmeg psychosis. Man, that’s tempting knowledge isn’t it? I know I want to try it. I wonder if you can swallow one, or if you have to eat about a kilo of it grated?

  23. Camille

    Take out the cinnamon, and I’m totally on board (get it?) with the cocoa-coffee-banana ice cream. And I don’t need to tell you how much I love the Elvis one. 🙂

  24. Susan

    I have never even thought of that, what a great idea! I am not a big fan of bananas in their natural form, but I love banana flavoured anything!

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