Recipe | Peanut Butter 'Nice Cream' Frozen Yoghurt
Updated: Apr 21
Ice cream anyone!? If you're a peanut butter fan, this recipe is for you! I'll keep this intro short because personally, I don't enjoy scrolling through paragraphs of text to eventually find the recipe I was looking for! Like many of us, I have a sweet tooth but I keep reading online that refined sugar can cause inflammation in the body; so if you still want to enjoy ice cream this summer you might want to give this healthier option a go. This no churn peanut butter frozen yoghurt is super simple to make and rather delicious - plus, no fancy ice cream maker required!
2 large ripe bananas, sliced and frozen (freeze for about 2 hours)
2 heaped tablespoons full fat plain greek yogurt
2 heaped tablespoons creamy peanut butter
Honey, to taste
*I doubled the quantities to fill my container.
1) Add the frozen bananas to your food processor or heavy duty blender. I used my Magimix. Blend together for a couple minutes until it’s smooth. You may need to scrape down the sides and stir to help it along.
2) Next add the yoghurt, honey and peanut butter, blend for a minute or so until combined. This frozen yogurt is now ready to eat and has a soft serve consistency. I recommend you taste the mixture to see if more honey is required.
3) For a true ice cream consistency, freeze for about an hour in a container (I used a bread tin).
4) Optional - You can drizzle or swirl in extra peanut butter and top with chopped peanuts.
Why not swirl or drizzle your nice cream with extra peanut butter and sprinkle some chopped peanuts on top?
Will you be trying this recipe? Let me know in the comments. Enjoy!
This post features H&M linen placemats, which I've used as napkins. You can find similar here, here and here. The gold serving tray is from Primark, and all dinnerware is from IKEA. Styling and photography by Melissa Selmin.