Banana Soft Serve

I love a good soft serve ice cream.  Frozen custard is actually my ultimate favorite, but being quite the decadent treat, I only splurge on it once in a while.
This month’s recipe redux is my answer to high calorie frozen treats.
Soft serve “ice cream” that is not only just as creamy, luscious, and sweet as the best custard, but with no added sugar or fat and just a fraction of the calories.
Sound too good to be true?  It’s not. To sweeten the deal even more, it only takes about a minute to prepare.
Meet the Banana Soft Serve.
Ingredients:  frozen bananas.  That’s all, folks.  Just freeze up some perfectly ripe bananas, throw them in your blender and moments later….soft serve to rival custard. Sprinkle on your favorite topping (mine is chocolate sprinkles) and enjoy.
Feeling the love for more frozen treats?  Try one of the great recipes below from my fellow reduxers:

Emma Stirling – The Scoop on Nutrition

Greek Yogurt Pavlova PopsiclesCherie Schetselaar – Grain Crazy

Blackberry Lemon Almond Torte

Emma Cutfield-The Hearty Heart
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Carlene Helble- Carlene’s Figments
Peanut Butter Banana ‘Ice Cream’ Sandwich

Janel Funk – Eat Well with Janel

Peanut Butter and Jelly Ice Cream

Kat Lynch – Eating The Week
Coconut Chia-Seed Fruit Pops

Dr Barb, Nutrition Budgeteer
Simply Fruit Mango-Pineapple Sorbet

Rebecca Scritchfield – MeFirst
5-minute Frozen Peach Pie

gretchen – kumquat
chocolate “ice cream” bars

Emily Greenfield – The Nutriscientist
Honey and strawberry semifreddo

Liz Marr – Liz On Food
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Elizabeth Jarrard- Don’t (White) Sugar-Coat It
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Regan – The Professional Palate
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Liz Weiss & Janice Newell Bissex – Meal Makeover Moms’ Kitchen
Healthy Blueberry and Mango Snow Cones

Jessica Fishman Levinson – Nutritioulicious
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Alexandra Caspero- Delicious Knowledge
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Karman Meyer- Nutrition Adventures
Coconut Ice Cream with Strawberry Puree

Yuri – Chef Pandita
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Kristen Bourque- Swanky Dietitian
Peanut Butter Coffee Popsicles

EA Stewart-The Spicy RD
Luscious Lemonade Pie

Katie Caputo- East Meats West
Auntie Rosie’s Ice Cream Pie

Alysa Bajenaru – Inspired RD

Coffee Granita

Kara Lydon – Peace, Love, and Food

Peanut Butter Banana “Ice Cream” With Dark Chocolate

Serena Ball- Teaspoon of Spice

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Nicole Ferring Holovach – Whole Health RD

Peaches and Rum Ice Cream Pie

Lisa @ Healthful Sense

Peanut Butter Vanilla Soft Serve

Jackie Mills – Delicious Diabetes Cooking
Summer Fruit Popsicles

Audra Losey – Nutrition Know How
Mocha Pops

Kristina LaRue – Love and Zest
Frozen Berry Yogurt

Danielle Omar, MS, RD

6 replies
  1. EA-The Spicy TD
    EA-The Spicy TD says:

    Looks delicious Danielle! I've been seeing lots of banana soft serve lately so I've really got to try this . Have a wonderful Sunday-hope you get some time to relax!

  2. nutritioulicious
    nutritioulicious says:

    Amazing that all you did was blend up frozen bananas and this is what you got! Wonder if that would work with other fruit (I'm not a banana eater!).

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  1. […] It’s so dang tasty I’ve eaten more of it than Hany has. He likes everything a bit sweeter than I do, and he actually said this was not sweet enough for him. Which means that it’s perfect for me! So feel free to adjust the sweetness as you see fit. Mix some into your Greek yogurt, cottage cheese, add it to your salad, or sprinkle over banana soft serve. […]

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