Banana yogurt ice cream

Have you tried to make ice cream with frozen bananas before? If you haven’t I suggest you start with this banana yogurt ice cream. Not only it is healthy, gluten free, vegan and it only takes 5 minutes to make, it is truly the bomb!

banana yogurt ice cream

If you are on a new journey or continuing with your healthy lifestyle I suggest you try this ice cream recipe in place of regular ice cream. I often times serve this as a snack for my kids and also make it on the spot when we are craving ice cream since it only takes 5 minutes to make. I just make sure I keep plenty of frozen bananas in the freezer at all times. The first time I made this recipe I couldn’t believe how easy and good it tasted. It is really sensational, just like real ice cream but way healthier.

To keep this banana yogurt ice cream vegan I used Silk Dairy-Free Yogurt. This variety is dairy free so it is vegan, a great alternative for your vegan free recipes. Now I know where to turn when it comes to using a dairy free variety yogurt in my recipes.

Another great thing about Silk Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative is that it has 6g plant-powered protein per serving, it is made with real fruit, and has no artificial flavors, colors or carragean. All good things since I am a dietitian and I look for top of the line ingredients in all food staples.

To learn more about Silk and join their newsletter visit their page here. I am sure you will find interesting information and great ideas on how to incorporate this dairy-free yogurt variety into your diet.

You can use anySilk Dairy-Free Yogurt flavor of your choice for this recipe. Anything goes really.

Another great thing about this recipe is that you don’t have to add any sweetener of any kind because the bananas are sweet enough. My kids actually think they are having the real thing.

For this banana yogurt ice cream I also used some healthy topping. Hemp seeds and unsweetened shredded coconut. I have also used cacao nibs in the past as well as nuts. Anything goes so get creative with your healthy toppings.

I forgot how easy and good banana ice cream was. I have actually froze a few bananas yesterday that were going bad so I know I will be making this in a couple of days again. Such a great, healthy ice cream option.

I hope you get to try this soon. If you do let me know how you liked it.


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Here you can see the mixture before and after. It will take a couple of minutes. Just make sure you stir the contents with a spatula once or twice in between to make sure all the chunks get incorporated.

banana yogurt ice cream

banana yogurt ice cream


Banana yogurt ice cream

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 4 servings

Total Time: 5 minutes


  • 2 frozen bananas, cut into chunks
  • 1 Silk Dairy-Free Yogurt, I used dark cherry
  • 1 cup organic frozen strawberries
  • 1/2 cup almond milk
  • 1 tbsp hemp seeds
  • 1 tbs unsweetened shredded coconut


In a food processor add all the ingredients except the hemp seeds and coconut.

Pulse until the mixture is combined. You might have to stop the food processor a couple of times to move the fruit chunks around to make sure they mixture is homogenous.

Sprinkle some hemp seeds and shredded coconut over each serving.

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This conversation is sponsored by Silk. The opinions and text are all mine.

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  1. YUM!  This bread looks perfectly moist and delicious!  I love the addition of bourbon!

  2. This sounds like the perfect recipe to use up some of the bourbon I bought for Christmas baking and haven’t touched since! :)

  3. This has my mouth watering!

  4. This is something I’d make and not share. 

  5. My husband loves banana bread!  This sounds like it adds a great dimension of flavor to that!

  6. Love the addition of bourbon – delicious!

  7. Loving this banana bread! The bourbon addition sounds delicious! Thanks for this gluten free version. :D

  8. obsessed with these photos! such an incredible looking banana bread X

  9. Looks delicious — the husband is a huge bourbon fan and think we’ll both love this one. Just curious as to the omission of bourbon for a gluten free version? As long as it is distilled, grain alcohols are safe for those of us who are GF. (and I’m a big bourbon fan now too!) Will be making this one soon! 

    • I had some GF people complaint so I just added that note but for me it is a personal individual case to case basis. I am not celiac so I guess it will have to be left to the consumer :-) Thanks for the info though. I hope they read your note when making the recipe!

  10. Hola, soy Leonora de Argentina. Recientemente descubri tu blog y me ha gustado muchisimo, la receta de pan de banana es la primera que he hecho, con ligeras variantes porque algunos ingredientes son dificil de conseguir, jaja. Muchas gracias por las recetas, un abrazo.

  11. What can I substitute for the almond flour? Nut allergy….. can I use all coconut flour instead?

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