I totally love ice cream. And chocolate. And sometimes I crave both. That is how this idea for a Low FODMAP banana chocolate ice cream came up. Even though it is extremely chocolatey and it is sweet, it doesn’t contain a gram of added sugar. All sugar comes from a banana. Naughty treat that actually is a good treat!
When you try this Low FODMAP homemade ice cream, you will never want or have to go back to a full fat, full sugar shop bought version!
4 ingredients Low FODMAP ice cream!
It is creamy, sweet, chocolatey and full of flavours. And so simple to make.
Ingredients for a 4 servings of a Low FODMAP banana chocolate ice cream:
2 bananas, unripe
16 g cocoa powder
16 g peanut butter powder
200 ml lactose free low fat milk
Instructions to prepare Low FODMAP banana chocolate ice cream:
1.First, peel and chop 2 bananas. Chop and place them in a plastic bag, flat in the freezer, so all of the pieces are separate.
2. Freeze bananas for at least 2 hours, until they are well frozen.
3. Prepare your blender. I used a Nutribullet, therefore I had to use 200 ml of a lactose free milk, because otherwise it wouldn’t do the job. But if you have a different blender, maybe you will be able to add less liquid and have a thicker consistency.
4. Place all of the bananas in the blender, together with cocoa powder, peanut butter powder and a lactose free milk.
5. Blitz it until smooth. You might need to open it, scrape the powder from the sides and blend it again.
My Low FODMAP banana chocolate ice cream had a consistency of a Greek yogurt. That is why I put in the container and back in the freezer for extra couple of hours.
When it is frozen but still soft, not solid hard, scoop and serve it.
For a Polish version of this recipe, go here.
Nutritional Facts for 1 of 4 servings of a Low FODMAP banana chocolate ice cream:
25 g Carbs
7.1 g Protein
2.1 g Fat
For more Low FODMAP recipes on dessert, go here: https://fitfodmapfoodie.co.uk/category/desserts-and-cakes