This recipe originally appeared on The Nosher.
Remember when one-ingredient banana ice cream broke the internet? If not, let me refresh your memory.
A while back a “recipe” (if you can call anything with one ingredient a recipe) for banana ice cream went viral. And with good reason. To make it you simply put a few frozen sliced bananas in a food processor and blended them until they achieved the consistency of soft serve. Pop them into the freezer and sure enough, you had a frozen, scoopable “ice cream” that was healthy, vegan and sugar-free.
And, like most viral recipes, banana ice cream was soon replaced by the next food trend, and the one after that, and so on.
But we’re bringing it back, giving it a tahini swirl and turning it into popsicles! Because everything’s better on a stick. And with a tahini swirl.
Not everyone has a popsicle mold, so we’re showing you how you can make these pops in a loaf pan but feel free to use those molds if you’ve got ’em.
And don’t stop there — tahini is just the beginning! You can swap it for almond butter, chocolate chips, strawberry preserves, granola or even add some other frozen fruit like strawberries or blueberries or whatever you like. These couldn’t be easier, and when was the last time you gave permission to eat ice cream for breakfast?
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