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Banana and vanilla ice cream.  So simple.  So good!  Any milk will work in this one.

5 oz. milk
2 tsp. vanilla extract
1/3 cup non-fat dry milk (powdered milk)
1 medium banana, halved
3 tbsp. agave nectar or honey
3 1/2 cups ice

Place all ingredients in blender and run on Medium to High speed for 50 seconds (“Ice Cream” cycle with a Blendtec).

  1. OK going to try this one and see if it works, I am really getting tired of sweet smoothies, thats what all my ice cream attempts have turned into so far. I am using the wildside jar hope it doesn’t make a difference.

    Finished wow it worked this time.. you are the greatest. Now another question. Can I use sugar instead of agave in this recipe?

    • Blenderdude

      Shiral, yes, the WildSide jar can make a difference. Blendtec really should adjust their recipes according to the container used. Try using about 25% more of each ingredient called for if the recipe was originally designed for the FourSide container (most of mine here, are). In this particular recipe, substituting sugar for agave should be no problem. For others, because it is a dry ingredient substituting for a liquid one, you may need to “tweak” your liquid ratios a little.

  2. Our version: 2 frozen bananas, 1 c or so almond milk, several T’s cocoa and/or big handful of mint stalks from the garden…YUM!

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