Simple Blueberry Ice Cream is a delicious dairy-free, 3-ingredient recipe with just blueberries, bananas & honey. It takes just a couple minutes & a blender! It’s a nutritious dessert that you won’t feel guilty about.
Blueberry Ice Cream
It’s time for ice cream!!!!! I love it when the weather gets comfortable & I can open the windows & enjoy the sunshine. It also means that it’s time for me to start making all my ice cream recipes. After so many long years living just outside of Death Valley, I have an abundance of tasty desserts that really help to keep you cool. I wasn’t really doing a whole lot of recipe sharing at the time, in fact, I was just dipping my toes into food photography. So there is so much I have yet to share with you all. There are so many recipes that we make ALL.THE.TIME that I can’t believe I have yet to share. It’s one of those things where I create & then think as I’m serving, geesh- I probably should have photographed this. So I’m going to make a better effort to keep up on that this season. I know there are so many recipes you will love because we love them too & I can’t wait to share them with you. To start, this Blueberry Ice Cream that is actually dairy free & not ice cream at all. But that doesn’t keep it from being absolutely scrumptious.
I love to make a super batch of this in the morning after the kids are done with breakfast. Then I just pop it in the freezer & it’s ready by the time we want a treat that evening.
I feel good knowing it’s made with ingredients so good that I would serve them for breakfast. But we can enjoy it as a creamy, cool & refreshing dessert after a warm sunny day. Ahhhhhh- how nice is that?!
Blueberry Ice Cream
- 1 frozen banana
- 1/3 cup frozen blueberries
- 1/4 cup honey
- Combine all ingredients in a high powered blender or food processor & blend on high for several minutes or until thick & creamy
- Serve immediately if you love a soft serve consistency or transfer to an airtight container & freeze several hours before serving
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Dive right in?! This 3-ingredient blueberry ice cream is FABULOUS!
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MM! Sounds perfect for summer!
Jenna @ A Savory Feast says
Mmm this sounds so good! It would be so refreshing on a hot summer day. I love that it is made with just a couple ingredients, too. So easy!
This will be a new summer treat at my house! Thanks for sharing with the Thursday Blog Hop!
Kim Cunningham says
My blueberry bush is full of baby berries…ready to make this!
Brooke of Passport Couture says
Yummy! I’m excited this is dairy-free, it’s great you used frozen bananas. 🙂
Yum! I’ve made banana ice cream and added cocoa powder or peanut butter before, but not other fruit. I love blueberries, and this looks so delicious!
Ginger Wroot says
Just came across this site–what rockin’ recipes and desserts! Pinned this one, and can’t wait to try this super simple frozen delight. Thanks!
I love ice creams like this. I probably would eat the whole thing. Thanks for sharing on Let’s Get Real Friday Party.
Nice creams are the best!! I’ve used maple syrup as my sweetener before, but I am definitely going to try the honey!!!
I would love for you to share this at my weekly link party!!
Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. says
I eat blueberries almost every single day. This would be an especially yummy way to eat them! Featured at Be Inspired this morning. Always love having you join us with your fabulous recipes! … And I actually think I can comment now!!!