Dairy free banana strawberry ice cream

Today I was able to make one of the best treats I have made thus far this summer. This dairy free banana strawberry ice cream was just out of this world and it only took five minutes and 3 ingredients.

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This ice cream is very versatile as you can actually make several different flavors.

You can use the banana base and add some cocoa powder and make it chocolate flavor. You can also add peanut butter, or any other butter of your choice to add in more flavor and protein content to it. Pretty much you can use any frozen fruit to make this treat, peaches, pears, watermelon…the sky is the limit!

You can also use any toppings of your choice. I actually used PERFECTLY FREE™ FROZEN TREATS. These new treats are free of the big 8 allergens: dairy, soy, wheat, egg, shellfish, fish, peanuts and tree nuts.They also offer a variety of flavors, including Salted Caramel & Vanilla, Cocoa & Vanilla, Blueberry & Vanilla and Cherry & Vanilla. I think my favorite thus far is the Blueberry & Vanilla flavor.

One of the things I love the most about these treats is that they are not sweet at all. I hate consuming ice cream treats in which all I can taste is sugar. Not the case with Perfectly Free™ Frozen Treats.

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When making this dairy free banana strawberry ice cream keep in mind that you will have to stop and stir the contents a few times. Because I didn’t add that much milk, I had to do this even more. Either way, it is super easy to make and you will not have any problems figuring it out.

This mixture is also excellent for making popsicles. I always make my own summer treats. Not only are these treats always healthier but also a lot tastier. I really encourage you to try this recipe. You are going to be surprised at how easy and awesome this dairy free banana strawberry ice cream is.

Until my next recipe.


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Dairy free banana strawberry ice cream

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 4 servings

Total Time: 10 minutes


  • 2 frozen bananas
  • 16 oz frozen strawberries
  • 1/2 cup dairy free milk
  • 5.5 oz Vanilla blueberry perfectly free frozen treats


In a food processor add the frozen bananas, strawberries and milk. Pulse until it turns to ice cream consistency.

Add some of the ice cream mixture to a serving dish and add a few perfectly free frozen treats.

Serve immediately.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Perfectly Free. The opinions and text are all mine.

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  1. Simplicity at its finest and best! Chocolate and bananas in gluten free pastry…life couldn’t be better, could it?

  2. very nice! it looks so yummy. i would add sugar (a little bit) and cinnamon to the banana before putting it in the crostata.
    it looks like a galette or just an open pie. it is different from those? what exactly is a crostata?

  3. Now this is a beauty. That banana chocolate filling is genius!!

  4. Did the crust stay together? Every time I’ve made a GF pie crust, it’s turned into crumbly bits all over the place.

    • You know, it actually crumbled a bit so I added some water and milk to make it more manageable. That seemed to work however my pie dough was a bit hard. I think I might have over cooked it a tad :-)

  5. holy yum… i love those rustic tart types!

  6. I’d love tot ry this! It’s so great looking! I love Bob Red Mill products :)

  7. Wow, this looks tremendous! I do love Bob’s Red Mill!

  8. Wow, they look so delicious and yummy. I am a big fan of that brand too.
    I love crostatas, easy, rustic and oh so crispy and good.

  9. This looks absolutely incredible! WOW. I think I could eat all 4 myself. :)

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