Pandan Banana Ice Cream

Based on 4 ratings

10

min

Preparation

1

min

Cook

Easy

Difficulty

2

Steps

5

Ingredients

Craving an ice cream? Frozen bananas can be your quick fix - in just 10 minutes!

Let's start cooking!

Boiled pandan leaves

Step 1 - Boil pandan leaves and blend pandan juice

  • In a pot of boiling water, add pandan leaves and boil for a minute.
  • Remove from heat.
  • In a blender, add boiled pandan leaves and blend with 50 ml water for 30 seconds.
  • Strain pandan juice and set aside to cool.
Unlike other frozen fruit, banana does not have a flaky or icy texture when frozen. In fact, it makes a creamy, rich ice cream, thanks to its high pectin content.
Blended bananas with pandan juice

Step 2 - Blend bananas with pandan juice

  • In a clean blender, blend pandan juice with frozen banana chunks.
    Freeze longer for a harder, richer texture. Freeze shorter for a softer texture, similar to a soft serve!

Garnish and serve!

Pandan banana ice cream with peanut brittle and grated coconut

To serve, fill the bottom of ice cream glasses with peanut brittle, then a scoop of soft banana ice cream, then a layer of peanut brittle and grated coconut, followed by another scoop of ice cream and garnish evenly with the toasted grated coconut and peanuts.

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